The following cases were closed in Waldo County Superior Court between March 22 and March 26.

Robert Earl Bacon Jr., 47, of Frankfort was found to have violated his probation for a prior reckless conduct conviction and given 33 months in prison and had his probation revoked. He also was found guilty of operating under the influence with two priors and operating vehicle without a license and was fined $1,100, given three years in prison, had his license suspended for six years and had his registration suspended.

Mark Wayne Cook Jr., 24, of Searsmont was found guilty of criminal trespass and criminal mischief and fined a total of $500. A charge of aggravated criminal mischief was dismissed.

Adam L. Dodge, 23, of Rockport was found guilty of burglary, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release and given two years in jail and ordered to serve two years’ probation.

Chad E. Fitzherbert, 35, of Searsport was found to have violated his probation on a prior forgery conviction and given six months in jail and had his probation partially revoked. He also was found to have violated probation on a prior theft by unauthorized taking or transfer conviction and given one year in prison with all but 45 days suspended, one year of probation and was ordered to pay $1,444 restitution.

Kathryn J. Gray, 29, of Winterport was found guilty of assault on an officer and criminal mischief and given three years in prison with all but 60 days suspended and ordered to serve two years’ probation.

Robert A. Hanson, 48, of Sanford was found guilty of driving to endanger and fined $575 and given 30 days in jail. An operating under the influence charge was dismissed.

William Koch, 24, of Winterport was found guilty of unlawful sexual contact and given 120 days in jail, all suspended, and ordered to serve one year’s probation. A charge of assault was dismissed.

Misty L. Linscott, 19, of Lincolnville was found guilty of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and fined $400. A charge of unlawful possession of hydrocodone was dismissed.

Edward Martin, 42, of Searsport was found guilty of operating under the influence with two priors and fined $1,100, given two years in prison with all but 30 days suspended, was ordered to serve two years’ probation and had his license and registration suspended for six years. He also was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked and fined $600, given 70 days in jail and had his license suspended one year. He was found guilty of operating under the influence with one prior and given 50 days in jail and had his probation revoked.

Michael Moulton, 42, of Searsport was found guilty of unlawful sexual touching, furnishing liquor to a minor and allowing minor to possess or consume liquor and was fined a total of $1,500 and given 364 days in prison with all but 10 days suspended and ordered to serve one year’s probation. An additional count of unlawful sexual touching, four counts of furnishing liquor to a minor and three counts of allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor were all dismissed.

Sarah R. Nickerson, 59, of Searsport had an operating under the influence charge dismissed.

Amanda Rooney, 30, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of operating while license suspended or revoked with a prior and fined $1,000. A charge of operating after habitual offender revocation with a prior was dismissed.

John St. Peter, 35, of Manchester, Conn., was found guilty of assault and fined $400.

Jeremy S. Stone, 36, of Appleton had an assault charge dismissed.

Jacob Matthew Webber, 19, of Swanville was found guilty of obstructing report of a crime, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct fighting and fined a total of $700. Charges of domestic violence assault and operating vehicle without a license were both dismissed.

Tanya Williams, 45, of Jackson was found guilty of assault and given four months in jail and had her probation revoked.

Matthew J. Willis, 23, of Northport was found guilty of criminal trespass and criminal attempt and fined a total of $400. Charges of burglary and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer with priors were both dismissed.

Benjamin R. Young, 19, of Swanville had charges of burglary, stealing drugs, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release all dismissed.