The following cases were closed in Waldo County Superior Court between April 5 and April 9:

Michael R. Baker, 21, of Montville was found guilty of eight counts of burglary, nine counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, two counts of stealing drugs, one count of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, one count of cultivating marijuana and one count of violating a condition of release. For these offenses, he was given three years in prison (all but four months suspended), probation for three years, ordered to pay restitution totaling $5,093.45 and fined a total of $800.

Michael A. Carter, 36, of Hancock was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and fined $400.

Alan G. Clark, 42, of Belfast was found guilty of cultivating marijuana and unlawful possession of a scheduled drug and was given seven days in jail and was fined a total of $800.

Howard D. Cunningham, 46, of Belfast was found guilty of assault, terrorizing and criminal mischief and given eight months in jail.

Kirt Jon Damon Jr., 21, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of violating a condition of release and given two days in jail. A charge of domestic violence assault was dismissed.

John A. Dyer Jr., 22, of Morrill was found guilty of assault and was given five days in jail and fined $300.

Bradford W. Eaton, 18, of Belfast was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and two counts of burglary and was given one year in prison (all but 30 days suspended), two years’ probation and was ordered to pay restitution of $214.

Jared W. Heath, 29, of Dansville, N.Y., was found guilty of operating under the influence (two prior convictions) and criminal mischief and was given 90 days in jail, had his license suspended for six years, was fined $5,000 and was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,324.85 A charge of operating while his license was suspended or revoked (OUI) was dismissed.

David G. Hersom, 49, of Searsport was found guilty of operating under the influence (one prior conviction) and operating a vehicle without a license (condition/restriction). He was given 60 days in jail (all but 12 days suspended), one year probation, had his license suspended for three years and was fined $800.

Cindy Kochanowski, 44, of Burnham was found guilty of two counts of assault and fined a total of $600. A charge of criminal mischief was dismissed.

Elmer A. Mendoza, 36, of Hartford was found guilty of one charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and fined $500. A second charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer was dismissed.

Aaron Miller, 20, of Waterville was found guilty of burglary and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and given two years in prison (all suspended), two years of probation and was also ordered to pay $700 in restitution.

Peter J. Morissette, 34, of Waterville was found guilty of criminal trespass and assault and fined a total of $1,000. A charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer was dismissed.

Jesse Newton, 22, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of harassment and fined $250.

Jennifer Sue Penney, 26, of Knox was found guilty of disorderly conduct, fighting and fined $300. A charge of assault was dismissed.

Unique S. Peters, 35, of Belfast was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Billie Jo Weeks, 32, of Boothbay had a charge of unlawful possession of a scheduled drug dismissed.