Friday, December 13, 2013
AUGUSTA — A number of people were sentenced Tuesday in separate hearings in Kennebec County Superior Court:
* Michael W. Gatcomb Jr., 29, of Jay, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, bodily injury, and violating condition of release Jan. 20 in Monmouth; 364-day jail sentence.
* Bonny S. Gilmore, 29, of Gardiner, operating vehicle without a license (conditional/restricted) and operating under the influence July 20 in Augusta; 30-day jail sentence, $700 fine, 90-day license suspension.
* Joshua M. Grant, 24, of Augusta, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise July 23 in Hallowell; $300 fine, $285.64 restitution.
* Viktoria L. Hanna-Bickford, 49, of Winthrop, two counts of operating after habitual offender revocation, May 27 in Augusta and June 19 in Winthrop; seven-month, 21 day jail sentence, $2,000 fine.
* John B. James, 48, of Chelsea, burglary, criminal mischief and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer June 14 in Chelsea; five-year prison sentence, all but 18 months suspended, three years’ probation, $600 restitution.
* Matthew P. Jepsen, 29, of Augusta and Sidney, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and criminal forfeiture of $8,242.99 on May 7-9 in Augusta; three-year jail sentence, all but five months suspended, two years’ probation, $550 restitution.
* Demarrio Long, 23, of Augusta, criminal trespass July 27, 2012; 15-day jail sentence.
* Ryan Paul Michaud, 33, of Norridgewock, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer July 6 and burglary of a motor vehicle July 17, both in Skowhegan; six-month jail sentence concurrent to a nine-month probation violation; $563 restitution.
* Jacob Paradis, 27, of Weeks Mills, domestic violence assault, criminal mischief and violating condition of release Aug. 13 in Waterville; 364-day jail sentence, all but 150 days suspended, two years’ probation, $300 restitution.
* Erika Willman, 24, of Augusta, three counts of theft by unauthorized taking, two counts of theft by deception, Sept. 20-Oct. 15 in Augusta, Belgrade and Manchester; $600 in fines.