The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court in Belfast between Feb. 1 and Feb. 5.

David L. Charrier, 51, of Detroit was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked with a prior and fined $1,000.

Scott A. Clark, 21, of Pittsfield was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Michael G. Feeley, 31, of Searsport was found guilty of misuse of identification and fined $150.

Kara J. Gordon, 31, of Belfast was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and fined $200 and ordered to pay $90 restitution.

Lisa Z. Grant, 37, of Brooks was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Justin Eugene Grover, 21, of Hampden was found guilty of violating protective order and fined $150.

Gerald David Gustafson, 46, of Searsport was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500, given two days in jail and had his license suspended 90 days.

Daniel R. Harrington, 25, of Washington was found guilty of failure to attach deer tag to deer and fined $200.

Kayla M. Heal, 20, of Lincolnville was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500 and had her license suspended 90 days.

Heidi S. Heath, 26, of Belfast was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500, sentenced to two days in jail and had her license suspended 90 days.

William S. Hinkle, 33, of Frankfort was found guilty of obstructing the report of a crime and fined $200.

Alan G. Kunesh Jr., 39, of Searsmont was found guilty of negotiating a worthless instrument and fined $100 and ordered to pay $140 restitution.

Teresa C. Leathers, 37, of Brooks was found guilty of attaching false plates and fined $250.

Scott E. Lovely, 38, of Unity was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked with a prior and fined $750.

Timothy A. Lunn, 55, of Old Orchard Beach was found guilty of placing bait to entice deer and fined $200.

Christopher L. Merry, 35, of Swanville 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.

Dennis J. O’Brien, 36, of Frankfort was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked with a prior and fined $750.

Robert Kenneth Pagliaroli, 28, of Bangor was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Kurt H. Parker, 41, of Thorndike was found guilty of placing bait to entice deer and fined $200. He also was found guilty of abuse of property while hunting and fined $100.

Randall P. Parker, 38, of Brooks was found guilty of placing bait to entice deer and fined $200.

Frank Patterson, 48, of Searsport was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500 and had his license suspended 90 days.

Bernard Perkins, 19, of Lincolnville was found guilty of minor possessing liquor and fined $200.

Jason S. Roberts, 29, of Brooks was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $250. He also was found guilty of attaching false plates and fined $150.

Jessica N. Schrader, 26, of Searsport was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $250.

John Swansen, 47, of Merrimac, Mass., was found guilty of placing bait to entice deer and fined $200.

William D. Swansen, 51, of Salem, N.H., was found guilty of hunting from a stand or blind overlooking deer bait and fined $200.

Caleb Trundy, 19, of Lincolnville was found guilty of minor possessing liquor and fined $200.

Richard C. Ware, 31, of Washington was found guilty of hunting without a valid license and fined $75.

David D. Wooley, 46, of Troy was found guilty of unlawful use of migratory game birds (hunting) and fined $100.