The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court between April 5 and April 9:

A&M Trucking of Winterport was found guilty of two rule violations and fined a total of $4,620.

Anita K. Abbott, 62, of Brewer had a charge of violating a protective order dismissed and was found guilty on a charge of protective order from harassment violation, for which she was fined $300.

Hector Lewis Amaro, 25, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of operating while his license was suspended or revoked and fined $350.

Alan A. Andrews, 55, of Rockland was found guilty of unlawful possession of a scheduled drug and fined $600.

Shane Baker, 21, of Palermo was found guilty of possession of marijuana and fined $350.

Benjamin E. Bucklin, 33, of Belfast was found guilty of violating a protective order and fined $250.

Adam M. Chaples, 28, of Jackson was found guilty of criminal mischief and fined $500.

Juan Armin Coronado, 19, of Islesboro was found guilty of consuming liquor as a minor and fined $200.

Andrea L. Crawford, 44, of Swanville was found guilty of the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and fined $300.

Ashley M. Dodd, 21, of Belfast was found guilty of two counts of violating a condition of release and was given seven days in jail.

Mara L. Downs, 21, of Brooks was found guilty of domestic violence assault and was given 60 days in jail (all suspended), one year of probation and was also fined $300.

John N. Duffell, 45, of Lincolnville was found guilty of operating an unregistered all-terrain vehicle and fined $100.

Heather L. Dunphy, 24, of Brooks was found guilty of operating while her license was suspended or revoked (with a prior record) and fined $500.

Cynthia B. Durrah, 42, of Kenduskeag was found guilty of operating under the influence and was given three days in jail, had her license suspended for 90 days and was also fined $550.

Crystal Ellis, 23, of Morrill was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Joanie M. Everett, 31, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of allowing a dog to be at large and fined $50.

Daniel B. Fuller, 22, of Montville was found guilty of failing to make an oral or written accident report and of failing to notify of a motor vehicle accident and was fined a total of $400.

Joshua N. Fuller, 20, of Liberty was found guilty of possession of marijuana and of the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and fined a total of $650.

Shawn M. Grosekemper, 41, of Northport was found guilty of motor vehicle speeding (30 or more mph over the speed limit) and fined $350.

Elleetta L. Hall, 33, of Searsport was found guilty of attaching false plates and fined $100.

Judy E. Hall, 59, of Stonington was found guilty of attaching false plates and fined $100.

Andrew C. Hinson, 47, of Unity was found guilty of failure to register a vehicle and fined $150.

Brittany L. Hustus, 19, of Searsport was found guilty of transporting liquor as a minor and fined $200.

Derek Hustus, 26, of Swanville was found guilty of possession of marijuana and fined $350.

Laura M. Irish, 35, of Burnham was found guilty of failure to appear for a disclosure or contempt hearing and fined $400.

Martin Lawson, 23, of Monroe was found guilty of operating while his license was suspended or revoked (with a prior record) and fined $500.

Jacob A. McIntire, 18, of Unity was found guilty of the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and of possession of marijuana and was fined a total of $650.

Dennis Nickerson, 63, of Plymouth, Mass., was found guilty of criminal trespass and was given a $50 fine, which was suspended.

John A. Paige, 34, of Belfast was found guilty of domestic violence assault and was given 60 days in jail (with all but two days suspended), probation for one year and was also fined $300.

Nicholas A. Parker, 22, of Belfast was found guilty of operating while his license was suspended or revoked (with a prior record) and fined $600.

Kelly A. Pattershall, 25, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of allowing a dog to be at large and fined $50.

Mark R. Pattershall, 29, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of allowing a dog to be at large and fined $100.

Felicia R. Peasley, 20, of Searsport was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a license and fined $150.

Virgil D. Pendleton, 52, of Lincolnville was found guilty of ice fishing with more than five lines and fined $100.

Anthony S. Peters, 25, of Winslow was found guilty of fishing without a valid license and fined $100.

Maureen T. Rampick, 27, of Hawthorne, Nev., was found guilty of passing a stopped school bus and fined $250.

Elizabeth J. Salo, 26, of Searsport was found guilty of negotiating a worthless instrument and fined $400 and ordered to make restitution of $760.

Matthew D. Shaw, 29, of Burnham was found guilty of failure to register a vehicle and fined $150.

Lucinda S. Stanhope, 29, of Waldo was found guilty of violating a condition of her release and given 24 hours in jail.

Jeremy M. Swift, 38, of Palermo was found guilty of using or being in possession of drugs while driving and fined $300.

Tamarack Thomsen, 18, of Belfast was found guilty of operating a defective vehicle and fined $250.

Evan T. Ulmer, 23, of Union was found guilty of hunting without a valid license and fined $200.

John Yandell, 32, of Lincolnville was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a license (condition/restriction) and fined $200.