The following cases were closed in Waldo County Superior Court in Belfast between Jan. 25 and Jan. 29.

Jason E. Batista, 28, of Liberty was found to have violated his probation for a previous aggravated criminal trespass conviction and was given 30 days in jail. His probation was partially revoked and continued.

Ryan K. Billings, 24, of Gloucester was found guilty of unlawful possession of scheduled drug and fined $400. A count of unlawful possession of oxycodone was dismissed.

Daniel J. Bubier, 20, of South China had a charge of criminal attempt dismissed.

Trevor C. Canning, 27, of Belmont was found guilty of domestic violence assault and sentenced to six months in jail with all but 30 days suspended and will be required to serve two years’ probation and pay $150 restitution.

Cecil E. Dennison, 62, of Lincolnville had charges of criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and threatening display of a weapon both dismissed.

Dennis J. Doherty, 52, of Belfast had a charge of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs dismissed.

Jerome Dube, 50, of Winterport was found guilty of assault and fined $300. He had a charge of unlawful sexual touching dismissed.

Robert Gerard, 40, of Vassalboro was found guilty of three counts of gross sexual assault and sentenced to eight years in prison with all but 18 months suspended and will be required to serve four years’ probation. Twenty-one additional counts of gross sexual assault and one count of unlawful sexual touching were all dismissed.

Jennifer Hunt, 34, of Burnham was found to have violated her probation on a previous burglary conviction and was given 11 days in jail. Her probation was partially revoked and continued.

Evelyn E. Lamprey, 43, of Belfast was found guilty of criminal attempt and was fined $500. A charge of tampering with a witness, informant, juror or victim was dismissed.

Stephen M. Larrabee II, 35, of Belfast was found guilty of operating after habitual offender revocation with priors and fined $1,000 and sentenced to six months in jail.

William S. Magruder, 52, of Northport was found guilty of terrorizing and fined $500. A charge of driving to endanger was dismissed.

Tonya Maxcy, 37, of Belfast was found guilty of negotiating a worthless instrument and given 10 days in jail.

Ben Murdock, 26, of Tenants Harbor had charges of criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, terrorizing, domestic violence assault and obstructing the report of a crime all dismissed.

Jonathan V. Perkins, 44, of Liberty was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked, failure to stop, remain and provide information and failing to make oral or written accident report and was fined $250 and sentenced to seven days in jail.

Paul J. Rando, 24, of Amherst was found guilty of cultivating marijuana and unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and fined $800 and given 45 days in jail. An additional count of cultivating marijuana was dismissed.

Bret A. Reid, 28, of East Machias was found guilty of four counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and fined a total of $1,600 and sentenced to four years in prison. Three charges of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, one count of unlawful possession of oxycodone and one count of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs were all dismissed.

John M. Robbins Jr., 43, of Belfast was found guilty of operating under the influence with two priors and fined $1,100 and given 18 months in prison with all but 120 days suspended. He also will be required to serve one year’s probation and his license and registration were suspended for six years. He also was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a license and operating while license was suspended or revoked and fined $600 and given seven days in jail.

Brian Roberts, 43, of Belfast was found guilty of harassment by telephone and fined $100. A charge of domestic violence stalking was dismissed.

Tony E. Sanborn, 52, of Unity was found guilty of hunting or possessing moose without a permit and was fined $1,000 and sentenced to three days in jail. He also was found guilty of two counts of fraudulently obtaining a license or permit and fined a total of $300. A charge of illegal possession of a firearm was dismissed.

Ryan L. Totman, 21, of Searsmont was found guilty of two counts of criminal mischief, assault and terrorizing and fined $300 and given 15 days in jail. Two counts of domestic violence assault and two counts of domestic violence terrorizing were all dismissed.

Christine E. Von Mehren, 57, of Belfast was found guilty of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and fined $400 and sentenced to two years in prison, all suspended, and will be required to serve two years’ probation.