Fort Kent

Fort Kent Criminal Docket, August 2019

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

Paul L. Langenbach, 40, Fort Kent: probation violation, 148 days in jail, probation revoked. 

Brandon M. Ketchen, 23, Eagle Lake: failing to make oral or written accident report, $250 fine.

Nicholas A. Epstein, 25, Madawaska: probation violation, 150 days in jail, probation revoked. 

Ronald J. Myers, 71, Madawaska: OUI (alcohol), dismissed; driving to endanger, 30-day license suspension, $757 fine. 

Jeffery R. Dionne, 30, Van Buren: violating a protection from abuse order, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $150 fine. 

Katherine N. McBreairty Evans, 39, Madawaska: assault, 40 hours community service, $300 fine. 

Braden Trantham, 30, Fort Kent: disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $400 fine. 

Andrea Y. Currier, 39, Caribou: operating under the influence (alcohol), prior, 10 days in jail, three-year lsus;, $700 fine; violating condition of release, five days in jail. 

Marcus D. Gardner, 28, Fort Kent: failing to register vehicle, filed on $150 costs.

Nicholas D. Gardner, 17, fishing without a valid license, filed on $75 costs.

Nicholas A. Epstein, 25, Madawaska: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed. 

Nicholas A. Epstein, 25, Madawaska: criminal trespass, 30 days in jail; criminal mischief, 30 days in jail.

Philip J. Rossignol, 67, Grand Isle: passing a stopped school bus, 30-day license suspension; $250 fine. 

Lee R. Deschaine, 61, Hamlin: discharging firearm or crossbow near dwelling, $150 fine. 

Steven J. Irish, 33, Mesa, Arizona: domestic violence assault, 120 days in jail; obstructing the report of a crime, dismissed. 

Michelle L. Choate, 24, Van Buren: criminal mischief, $200 fine; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Jeremy T. Goggin, 45, Winterville: failure to comply with Sex Offender Registry Act, first offense, 48 hours in jail.

Isabelle Gervais, 18, St. Agatha: failure to stop, provide information, filed on $150 costs.

Jonathan R. Theriault, 21, Fort Kent: possessing fish in violation, $150 fine. 

Jamie Lee McBreairty, 21, Connor Township: operating while license suspended or revoked, priork, dismissed. 

Michael C. Baron, 21, Allagash: operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Ronald J. Pedroncelli III, 31, Torrington, Connecticut: operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine. 

Raheel Chughtai, 36, Madawaska: criminal trespass, 48 hours in jail; violating condition of release, 48 hours in jail. 

Louis Phillippe Pelletier, 38, Van Buren: violating protection from abuse order, 24 hours in jail. 

Jeremy J. Chasse, 34, Van Buren: refusing to submit to arrest or detention, refusing to stop, five days in jail. 

James O. Ouellette, 56, Fort Kent: habitually truant student, dismissed.

Susan M. Roy, 62, Fort Kent: habitually truant student, dismissed.

Billy Jo D. Boucher, 20, Fort Kent: marijuana – under 21, $350 fine.

Cecelia Smith, 35, Madawaska: use of drug paraphernalia, $300 fine. 

Evan J. Bouley, 20, New Canada: marijuana – under 21, $350 fine.

Richard C. Toner, 36, Grand Falls: permitting person under 10 to operate ATV, $100 fine. 

Frank J. Corbin, 72, Van Buren: operating ATV in prohibited area, $125 fine. 

Herman Theriault, 69, Fort Kent: operating/permitting to operate with no ID validation displayed, $150 fine. 

Milford P. Maynard, 69, Chapman: operating/permitting operation of unregistered motorboat, $200 fine. 

Timothy J. Beaulieu, 68, Holden: unlawfully trolling fly, $200 fine. 

Adam J. Butler, 39, Fort Fairfield: operating/permitting operation of unregistered motorboat, $200 fine. 

Darby Pendroncelli, 25, Torrington, CT: operating unregistered ATV, $100 fine. 

Chad E. Ayotte, 43, Van Buren: carrying passenger on ATV without headgear, $100 fine. 

Jesse Chabre, 26, Van Buren: operating unregistered ATV, $200 fine. 

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