The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court in Belfast between Dec. 21 and Dec. 25.

Jacob Bastarache, 20, of Harpswell was found guilty of motor vehicle speeding 30 or more miles above the speed limit and fined $750.

Jennica R. Benner, 23, of Lincolnville was found guilty of tampering with public records or information and given 48 hours in jail.

John Bryan Bradbury, 20, of Palermo was found guilty of domestic violence assault and fined $300, sentenced to 60 days in jail with all but 48 hours suspended and will be required to serve one year probation. A charge of minor possessing liquor was dismissed.

Richard David Burgess, 43, of Castro Valley, Calif., was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $250.

Sheena E. Carter, 17, of Belfast was found guilty of motor vehicle speeding 30 or more miles above the speed limit and fined $450.

Jennifer Cook, 23, of Searsport was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $250.

Matt T. Day, 18, of Belfast was found guilty of minor possessing liquor and fined $300.

Joshua K. Drinkwater, 31, of Belfast was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500, given 48 hours in jail and had his license suspended 90 days.

Paul French, 33, of Troy was found guilty of negotiating a worthless instrument and fined $150 and ordered to pay $120 restitution.

Russell G. Graves, 23, of Bradley was found guilty of sale and use of drug paraphernalia and fined $300.

Garrett J. Guindon, 28, of Monroe was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $250.

Christopher M. Hann, 20, of Belfast was found guilty of negotiating a worthless instrument and fined $150 ordered to pay $160 restitution.

Jane E. Hannah, 63, of Unity was found guilty of passing a stopped school bus and fined $250.

Miranda Harrison, 23, of Liberty was found guilty of domestic violence assault and fined $400.

Ryan L. Hill, 17, of Rockport was found guilty of driving to endanger and fined $575 and had his license suspended 30 days.

Dalton N. Hines, 18, of Swanville was found guilty of possession of marijuana and fined $350.

Linda Humphrey, 43, of Freedom was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Nathan T. Johnson, 23, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of possession of marijuana and fined $400.

Cameron J. Kanaris, 22, of Augusta was found guilty of motor vehicle speeding 30 or more miles above the speed limit and fined $400.

Frank J. Leathers Jr., 24, of Waldoboro was found guilty of assault and fined $300 and given 90 days in jail.

Hiedi A. McDonald, 35, of Thomaston was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $700, sentenced to 10 days in jail and had her license suspended for one year. She also was found guilty of two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and sentenced to 10 days in jail and will be required to serve one year probation.

Sharon A. McKee, 45, of Morrill was found guilty of failure to register vehicle and fined $100.

Sabrina L. Rashed, 31, of Liberty was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500.

Devon Ricker, 21, of Jackson was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500 and had his license suspended 90 days. He also was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and fined $150. He also was found guilty of possession of marijuana and fined $300. A charge of minor possessing liquor was dismissed.

Anthony Robbins, 20, of Swanville was found guilty of minor consuming liquor and fined $450.

Benjamin C. Sheehan, 38, of Rockland was found guilty of violating condition of release and given two days in jail.

Abe Lee Staples, 18, of Searsmont was found guilty of minor possessing liquor and fined $450.

Christopher Sudsbury, 38, of Belfast was found guilty of violating condition of release and sentenced to 48 hours in jail.

Erik Thompson, 30, of Montville was found guilty of sale and use of drug paraphernalia and fined $300. He also was found guilty of possession of marijuana and fined $350.

Jason A. Whitmore, 31, of Swanville was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked with a prior and fined $500.