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Fort Kent Criminal Docket, July 2019

FORT KENT, Maine — The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Fort Kent Courthouse during the month of July.

Justin L. Steggall, 24, Van Buren: tampering with witness, informant, juror or victim, 60 days in jail, probation partially revoked.

Christopher R. Morin, 27, St. David: domestic violence assault, dismissed; criminal mischief, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $300 fine.

Nathan A. Gagnon, 46, East Waterboro: operating snowmobile under influence, seven days in jail, $500 fine.

Nathan A. Gagnon, 46, East Waterboro, operating snowmobile under the influence over 21, $500 fine, seven days in jail.

Ronald Leclair, 69, Fort Kent: assault, five days in jail, 50 hours community service, $500 fine.

Leonardo E. Davis, 33, Madawaska: aggravated assault, dismissed; aggravated assault, eight months in jail; aggravated assault, eight years in prison all but eight months suspended, three years probation; domestic violence assault (two counts), 30 days in jail (each).

Dustin J. Daigle, 26, Grand Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Travis A. Haley, 29, New Canada: operating under the influence (alcohol), priors (two counts), dismissed (first), $900 fine and 150-day license suspension (second). 

Rudy R. Pelletier, 63, Millinocket: OUI (alcohol) ; driving to endanger, 30-day license suspension; $1,200 fine.

Curtis S. Dechaine, 31, Fort Kent: domestic violence assault (two counts), dismissed (each); endangering the welfare of a child, unconditional discharge

Jason J. Davenport, 46, Fort Kent: operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed; violation condition of release, dismissed.

Curtis S. Dechaine, 31, Fort Kent: violating condition of release, 180 days in jail, all suspended, one year probation.

Ryan M. Sides, 37, Fort Kent: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $200 fine.

Joshua T. Shaw, 18, Fort Kent: operation of defective vehicle, filed on $100 costs.

Mark A. McAlpine, 45, Norwich, Connecticut: filed on $100 costs.

Ronald J. Sirois, 68, Madawaska: fishing violation of number, amount, weight or size, $140 fine.

Tamielee H. Sutherland, 37, Eagle Lake: unlawful use of bait in artificial-lure-only water, $100 fine.

Shane M. Dube, 24, Fort Kent: fishing violation of number, amount, weight or size, $120 fine.

Larry Haley, 64, Presque Isle: fishing violation of number, amount, weight or size, $120 fine.

James P. Parisien, 53, New Canada: fishing without a license, filed on $50 costs.

Terry L. Wain, 53, Presque Isle: criminal trespass, seven days in jail; violating condition of release, seven days in jail.

Merrill Lowell, 77, Caribou: possession of fish in violation, $120 fine.

Gary L. Haley, 64, Limestone: possession of fish in violation, $120 fine.

John J. Sutherland, 53, Eagle Lake: unlawful use of bait in artificial-lure-only water, $75 fine.

Kyle K. Robertson, 42, Eagle Lake: habitually truant student, dismissed.

Chad Plourde, 33, Winterville: habitually truant student, dismissed.

Callie Ann M. Plourde, 36, Eagle Lake: habitually truant student, dismissed.

Olivia Babin, 37, Eagle Lake: habitually truant student, dismissed.

Joseph V. Hausen, 52, St. Francis: keeping an unlicensed dog, $50 fine.

David R. Pelletier, 52, St. Augustine, Florida: operating an ATV on temporarily closed trail, $150 fine.

Jacob N. Guerrette, 18, Frenchville: minor consuming alcohol, $200 fine.

Theodore A. Toner, 54, Grand Sault: carrying a passenger on ATV without headgear, $100 fine.

Eddie G. Jandreau, 33, Fort Kent: operating without safety equipment, $100 fine.

Richard J. Stoliker, 50, Fort Kent: allowing dogs to be at large, priors, $75 fine.

Jermey Ryan Court, 34, Buxton: unlawfully trolling fly, filed on $50 costs.

Alain Ralf Belanger, 40, Grand Falls: allowing minor to operate PWC in violation, $100 fine.

Chad J. Marquis, 44 Fort Kent: allowing minor to operate PWC in violation, $100 fine.

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