The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court in Belfast between March 8 and March 12.

Michael B. Archambault, 51, of Troy had a violating condition of release charge dismissed.

Ashley J. Bonin, 26, of Searsport was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and fined $600 and ordered to pay $573 restitution.

Christopher L. Boynton, 49, of Freedom had an operating under the influence charge dismissed.

Mario Contreras, 20, of Swanville was found guilty of transportation of drugs by a minor and fined $500 and had his license suspended 30 days.

Taber H. Davis, 33, of Warren was found guilty of operating under the influence with one prior and fined $700, given 60 days in jail with all but 12 days suspended, ordered to serve one year’s probation and had his license suspended for three years. He also was found guilty of sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana and fined a total of $650.

John E. Dodge, 31, of Jackson was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and given 10 days in jail with all but eight days suspended.

William J. Doniel, 31, of Warren was found guilty of endangering the welfare of a child, obstructing the report of a crime and violating condition of release and given 120 days in jail with all but two days suspended and will be required to serve one year’s probation.

Paul F. Flagg, 52, of Montville was found guilty of attaching false plates and fined $100.

Eric L. Fuller, 33, of Belmont was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500 and had his license suspended for 90 days.

Darrin Hills, 38, of Belfast was found guilty of violating protective order and two counts of violating condition of release and given 45 days in jail. An additional count of violating protective order was dismissed.

Robert Johnson Jr., 47, of Searsport was found to have violated his probation for a previous assault conviction and had his probation partially revoked.

Leonidas D. Jonason, 30, of Thomaston was found guilty of failure to register vehicle and attaching false plates and fined a total of $200.

Jennifer L. Kennedy, 20, of Detroit had a driving to endanger charge dismissed.

Mickey D. Lacroix, 34, of Saco was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $600, given two days in jail and had his license suspended for 90 days. He also was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $250.

Mark Chester Munroe, 45, of Swanville was found guilty of unlawful use of license and given an unconditional discharge.

Steven Palmer, 26, of Northport was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500 and had his license suspended for 90 days.

Lorne R. Peters, 45, of Prospect was found guilty of operating under the influence with one prior and fined $700, given 60 days in jail with all but seven days suspended, will be required to serve one year’s probation and had his license suspended for three years.

Jammie L. Schuft, 32, of Liberty was found guilty of failure to register vehicle and fined $100.

Raphael Z. Silver, 39, of Swanville was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $600, given 72 hours in jail and had his license suspended for 90 days.

Heather Stimpson, 26, of Monroe was found guilty of false public alarm or report and fined $500 and ordered to pay $100 restitution. She also was found guilty of cultivating marijuana and fined $400.

Christopher Sudsbury, 38, of Belfast was found to have violated his probation for a previous domestic violence assault conviction and had his probation partially revoked.

Timothy Sweetland, 33, of Swanville was found guilty of criminal mischief and fined $500 and ordered to pay $512 restitution.

Daniel B. Votra, 50, of Belfast had an operating while license suspended or revoked charge dismissed.