The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court between April 12 and April 16:

Edward Barker, 59, of Monroe was found guilty of operating under the influence (with two prior convictions) and operating a vehicle without a license (condition/restriction). As a result, he was given 60 days in jail (all but eight days suspended), probation for one year, license suspended for three years, registration suspended and fined a total of $1,250. A charge of violating condition of release was dismissed.

Justin Barnard, 23, of East Haven, Conn., was found guilty of operating while his license was suspended or revoked (with a prior conviction), making a false public alarm or report and failing to make an oral or written accident report. As a result, he was given two days in jail and fined $500.

Amber L. Crider, 20, of Lewiston was found guilty of domestic violence assault and assault and was given 60 days in jail (all suspended), probation for one year and fined a total of $600.

Tyler J. Damon, 18, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of consuming liquor as a minor and fined $200.

Karen K. Dyer, 28, of Lincolnville was found guilty of assault and fined $750.

Richard J. Ellis, 22, of Camden was found guilty of violating condition of release and fined $750.

Bruce Evans, 30, of Belfast was found guilty of two counts of operating while his license was suspended or revoked (with a prior conviction) and fined a total of $1,000.

Thomas A. Girard, 54, of Washington was found guilty of operating after habitual offender revocation, displaying fictitious vehicle certificate and attaching false plates. As a result, he was given 30 days in jail, had his license suspended for 90 days and was fined a total of $600.

Joseph C. Grant Jr., 37, of Palermo had a charge of motor vehicle speeding (30 mph or more over the speed limit) dismissed.

David Scott Grose, 47, of Concord, Vt., had a fugitive from justice charge dismissed.

Tiffany Hart, 21, of Belfast was found guilty of operating while her license was suspended or revoked and fined $250. A charge of unlawful use of license was dismissed.

Brenda M. Keresy, 46, of Troy had a charge of motor vehicle speeding (30 mph or more over the speed limit) dismissed.

Samantha A. King, 22, of Bangor was found guilty of operating while her license was suspended or revoked and fined $250.

Corey Lawson, 19, of Rockport was found guilty of assault and fined $300.

Margo B. Maloney, 51, of Owls Head had a charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer dismissed.

Max Miliano, 22, of Belfast had a charge of possession or marijuana dismissed.

Todd Andrew Morin, 46, of Bangor had a charge of violating a protective order dismissed.

David H. O’Donnell, 69, of Searsport was found guilty of operating under the influence and was given 72 hours in jail, had his license suspended for 90 days and was fined $500.

Jacob L. Poole, 29, of Prospect was found guilty of operating under the influence and fined $500.

Sherry Runci, 29, of Belfast was found guilty of negotiating a worthless instrument. As a result, she was fined $200 and ordered to make restitution of $270.

Jenet C. Santos, 21, of Norwood, Mass., was found guilty of driving to endanger and had her license suspended for 30 days and was fined $575. A charge of operating under the influence was dismissed.

Michael S. Smith Jr., 26, of Chambersburg, Pa., was found guilty of disorderly conduct (fighting) and fined $200. A charge of domestic violence assault was dismissed.

Devin Sprague, 19, of Belfast was found guilty of possession of marijuana and the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and fined a total of $650.

Donald W. Wagner, 36, of Swanville was found guilty of operating under the influence (with one prior conviction) and was given 10 days in jail, had his license suspended for three years and was fined $700. A charge of operating while his license was suspended or revoked was dismissed.

Ryan Allan Weymouth, 31, of Stockton Springs was found guilty of operating under the influence and given 72 hours in jail, had his license suspended for 90 days and was fined $500.

Jackson T. Wilde, 19, of Troy had a charge of trespass by motor vehicle dismissed.

Emily S. Wingate, 29, of Sandy Point was found guilty of operating while her license was suspended or revoked and fined $250.

Benjamin R. Young, 19, of Swanville had a charge of sale and use of drug paraphernalia dismissed.