March 14, 2013

Kennebec County Superior Court sentencings


AUGUSTA — A number of people were sentenced in separate cases heard Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court:

• Steven J. Beaulieu, 54, of Chelsea, disorderly conduct, loud noise in a public place July 23, 2010, in Augusta; 30-day jail sentence.

• Thyra B. Carlson, 45, of Vassalboro, operating while license suspended or revoked Oct. 25, 2012, in Augusta; $750 fine.

• James Chartrand, 45, of Shawmut, violating condition of release and operating after habitual-offender revocation Dec. 24, 2012, in Vassalboro; six-month jail sentence, $1,000 fine.

• Joseph R. Gagnon, 28, of Vassalboro, disorderly conduct, loud noise, public place Dec. 8, 2011, in Clinton; 180-day jail sentence, all suspended, one-year administrative release.

• Grover C. Gallion, 46, of Winslow, operating under the influence in Waterville and violating condition of release, both Nov. 6, 2012; $1,200 fine, 90-day license suspension.

• Michael Godbout, 41, of Augusta, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, April 8, 2011, in Randolph; four-year jail sentence, all but 60 days suspended, three years of probation, $16,912 restitution.

• Dawn L. Hunt, 31, of Augusta, forgery and four counts of misuse of identification between April 12 and May, 3 2012; 180-day jail sentence, all suspended, one-year administrative release; $633 restitution. 

• Jeffrey Miller, 33, of Vassalboro, operating after habitual-offender revocation Nov. 28, 2011, in Winslow; six-month jail sentence, $1,000 fine.

• Ralph Mosher, 24, of Augusta, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and criminal mischief Nov. 4, 2012 in Augusta; 90-day jail sentence.

• Roger D. Prestridge, 63, of Monmouth, criminal attempt Jan. 21, 2012, of Monmouth; $500 fine.

• Sheila M. Real, 41, of Waterville, theft by deception Nov. 10, 2008, in Augusta; $750 fine.

• David Robinson, 20, assault July 3, 2011, in Augusta, 364-day jail sentence, all but 60 days suspended, one-year administrative release, $300 fine.

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