The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court between March 22 and March 26.

Edward Barker, 59, of Monroe was found guilty of violating condition of release and given two days in jail.

Adam J. Capizzano, 24, of Rockland was found guilty of operating after habitual offender revocation and violating condition of release. He was fined $500 and given 30 days in jail.

John Allen Corson, 43, of Unity was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500, given seven days in jail and had his license suspended 90 days. A charge of aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation was dismissed.

Chad E. Fitzherbert, 35, of Belfast was found guilty of operating after habitual offender revocation and violating condition of release. He was fined $500 and given 60 days in jail.

Anthony L. Gilmore, 21, of Belfast was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500, had his license suspended 90 days and was ordered to pay $1,635 restitution.

Kathryn J. Gray, 29, of Winterport was found guilty of two counts of domestic violence assault and one count of violating condition of release and given 30 days in jail.

Kevin J. Haskell, 24, of Palermo had a charge of disorderly conduct, fighting dismissed.

Harmony Palmer, 20, of Swanville was found guilty of minor consuming liquor and fined $400.

Richard Peavey Jr., 34, of Montville was found to have violated his probation for a previous domestic violence stalking conviction and given three months in jail and had his probation partially revoked. A charge of violating protective order was dismissed.

Shawn Perito, 16, of Belfast was found guilty of failing to make an oral or written accident report and operating a vehicle without license and given seven days in jail.

Franklin Pilsbury, 17, of Palermo was found guilty of operating vehicle without a license and fined $200.

Michaelene J. Sherman, 27, of Liberty had a charge of operating while license suspended or revoked dismissed.

Tanya L. Williams, 45, of Jackson was found guilty of disorderly conduct, loud noise and private place and given 30 days in jail. A charge of obstructing government administration was dismissed.

Tracy N. Young, 34, of Rockland was found guilty of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, attaching false plates and failure to register vehicle and was fined $400 and given two days in jail.