The following cases were handled recently in Portland District Court:

Nov. 1

Matthew J. Richio, 33, of Cape Elizabeth requested a jury trial on charges of operating under the influence, unlawful possession of scheduled drug and operating a vehicle without a license in Portland on Sept. 9.

Emily Whidden, 26, of Portland requested a jury trial on charges of operating under the influence and operating a vehicle without a license in South Portland on Aug. 26.

Nov. 2

Jason Meyer, 36, of Westbrook was found guilty on a charge of violating condition of release in South Portland on Oct. 31.

Seiha Srey, 25, of South Portland had a charge of operating after registration was suspended in Cape Elizabeth on Sept. 10 dismissed.

Nov. 5

Patience Berry, 30, of Portland was found guilty on a charge of theft by receiving stolen property in South Portland on April 15, 2006, and was fined $500.

Brent M. Brown, 26, of Windham was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on Aug. 17 and was fined $250.

Evan Livada, 20, of Cape Elizabeth was found guilty on a charge of a minor consuming liquor in Cape Elizabeth on Aug. 24 and was fined $200.

Jonathan D. Niskanen, 28, of South Portland was found guilty on a charge of possession of marijuana in Portland on Sept. 21 and was fined $350.

Charles M. Salevsky, 18, of Scarborough was found guilty on a charge of motor vehicle speeding: more than 30 mph over speed limit in Scarborough on Aug. 12 and was fined $1,000.

Jessica L. Stetson, 19, of Saco was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on Aug. 5 and was fined $250.

Nov. 6

Timothy R. Anderson, 18, of Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating a vehicle without a license in Cape Elizabeth on Sept. 22 and was fined $500.

Megan Dalrymple, 28, of Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior in South Portland on July 4 and was fined $750.

Todd Allen Darrow, 27, of Bangor was found guilty on a charge of operating under the influence in South Portland on Sept. 14 and was fined $500 and had license suspended for 90 days.

Donald Froehlich, 44, of Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating under the influence in South Portland on Sept. 14 and was fined $1,000, sentenced to Cumberland County Jail for 10 days and had license suspended for 18 months.

Richard M. Matchett, 43, of Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on July 17 and was fined $1,000, sentenced to Cumberland County Jail for 40 days and had license suspended for two years. A charge of unlawful use of license was dismissed.

Joseph Paul Morrill, 18, of South Portland was found guilty on a charge of possession of fireworks in South Portland on Sept. 5 and was fined $50.

Michael B. Pelosi, 24, of Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating under the influence in Scarborough on Aug. 12 and was fined $750, sentenced to Cumberland County Jail for two days and had license suspended for 90 days.

Travis Redman, 25, of Old Orchard Beach was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on July 25 and was fined $250.

Mason D. Rich, 22, of South Portland was found guilty on a charge of failure to register vehicle in South Portland on Sept. 17 and was fined $100.

Nicholas Skowronski, 18, of Colchester, Conn., was found guilty on a charge of a minor consuming liquor in South Portland on Sept. 13 and was fined $200.

Lucas Souza, 25, of South Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior in South Portland on Sept. 14 and was fined $750. A charge of operating after registration was suspended was dismissed. He was found guilty on a charge of possession of marijuana in South Portland on Sept. 12 and was fined $550. A charge of sale and use of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Deborah Vannah, 26, of Damariscotta was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior in South Portland on May 26 and was fined $500.

Benjamin E. Wilson, 19, of Cumberland was found guilty on a charge of a minor transporting liquor in Cape Elizabeth on Aug. 29 and was fined $200 and had license suspended for 30 days.

Nov. 7

William Hopkins, 36, of Portland requested a jury trial on a charge of operating under the influence in South Portland on Sept. 14.

Stephen G. Kelley, 21, of South Portland requested a jury trial on a charge of operating under the influence in Westbrook on Sept. 9.

Dateng Li, 50, of Portland requested a jury trial on charges of failing to stop for an officer and, refusing to submit to arrest or detention in South Portland on Aug. 20 and refusing to sign uniform summons complaint in Portland on Aug. 20.

Richard H. MacKenney, 50, of Merrimack, N.H., paid by waiver a fine of $250 for rule violation – failure to possess previous seven days status – in South Portland on Oct. 22.

John Quincannon Jr., 50, of Portland requested a jury trial on a charge of failing to stop, remain, provide information in South Portland on Sept. 5.

Nov. 8

David Jackson, 21, of South Portland requested a jury trial on charges of allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor and furnish liquor to a minor in South Portland on Sept. 1.

Lynne M. Mulkern, 39, of South Portland requested a jury trial on a charge of violating condition of release in South Portland on Oct. 24.

David J. Russell, 43, of Carver, Mass., requested a jury trial on a charge of unlawful possession of drugs in Scarborough on Aug. 31.

Nicholas J. Wyman, 24, of Gorham was found guilty on a charge of violating condition of release in South Portland on Nov. 4 and was sentenced to Cumberland County Jail for 48 hours.

Nov. 9

Caroline K. Bloy, 82, of Topsham had a filing with conditions on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on Sept. 16.

Melissa A. Connolly, 21, of Lynn, Mass., was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on Aug. 31 and was fined $250.

Fernald Jay Fitzpatrick, 52, of Hollis was found guilty on a charge of operating under the influence in Scarborough on Sept. 21 and was fined $750, sentenced to Cumberland County Jail for 72 hours and had license suspended for 90 days.

Robert T. Moore, 37, of Kennebunk was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on Aug. 29 and was fined $250.

Kristina Nisbet, 25, of South Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior in Scarborough on Sept. 2 and was fined $500.

Ryan R. Quigley, 22, of Arundel was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior in South Portland on March 15 and was fined $500. A charge of operating after registration was suspended was dismissed.

Kathleen F. Scott, 44, of Scarborough had a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in Scarborough on Sept. 14 dismissed.

Barbara J. Sullivan, 47, of South Portland was found guilty by default on a charge of operating/permit operation of unregistered motorboat in Gray on Aug. 2 and was fined $100.

Joshua Scott Talbot, 19, of Hawthorne, Mass., was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in South Portland on Sept. 4 and was fined $250.

Marion Taylor, 41, of Hickory, N.C., paid by waiver a fine of $500 for rule violation – operating after disqualified – in Scarborough on June 20.

Sherman L. Thing, 64, of Lyman was found guilty on a charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in Scarborough on Sept. 16 and was fined $250, suspended $100.

Nov. 13

Shane Barrows, 23, of Westbrook was found guilty on a charge of operating after registration was suspended in South Portland on Sept. 26 and was fined $300.

Robert F. Brawders, 26, of Longmeadow, Mass., requested a jury trial on a charge of motor vehicle speeding: more than 30 mph over speed limit in Scarborough on Sept. 8.

Travis J. Carter, 27, of East Baldwin was found guilty on a charge of possession of marijuana in South Portland on Sept. 24 and was fined $350.

Perry C. Dunzik, 51, of Buxton was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in South Portland on Sept. 23 and was fined $250.

Randy Charles Johnson, 21, of Dixmont was found guilty on a charge of attaching false plates in South Portland on Sept. 21 and was fined $150.

Georges Kabongo-Mubalamate, 44, of South Portland had a charge of operating a vehicle without a license in South Portland on Sept. 21 dismissed.

Thomas John Mulkern, 21, of Bowdoinham requested a jury trial on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and violating condition of release in Scarborough on Oct. 5.

David L. Nishizaki, 25, of Machias had a charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in South Portland on Nov. 4, 2006, dismissed.

Verol V. Stedford, 27, of South Portland was found guilty on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked in South Portland on Sept. 26 and was fined $250.

David A. Stratton, 42, of Ottawa, Ohio, was found guilty on a charge of operating motor vehicle after suspension in Scarborough on July 14, 1986, and was fined $100.

Nov. 14

John Chandler, 50, of Scarborough requested a jury trial on a charge of assault in South Portland on Sept. 23.

Richard P. Collette, 39, of Orange City, Fla., paid by waiver a fine of $100 for rule violation – operating without medical certificate – in Scarborough on Nov. 5, 2004.

Barbara W. Irish, 42, of Scarborough requested a jury trial on a charge of protective order from harassment violation in South Portland on Sept. 2.

Heather A. Locke, 23, of Scarborough paid by waiver a fine of $150 for operating after registration was suspended in Scarborough on Sept. 24.

Brian T. Oliver, 31, of Scarborough requested a jury trial on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior in Portland on Sept. 7.


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