The following cases were closed in Fifth District Court from May 3 to May 7:

Kyle Becker, 18, of Hampden, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Kristian Benner, 36, of Belfast, operating while license suspended or revoked (with a prior), $500 fine; failing to make oral or written accident report, $250 fine.

Renee Butler, 18, of Hampden, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Craig R. Carlson, 23, of Belfast, operating while license suspended or revoked (with a prior), $500 fine.

Gavin D. Cross, 28, of Belmont, failure to register vehicle, $200 fine.

Kirt Damon Jr., 21, of Stockton Springs, violating condition of release, 48 hours in jail.

Lauren A. Dimick, 20, of Unity, minor consuming liquor, $200 fine.

Kyle L. Downs, 17, of Belfast, operating a vehicle without a license, $150 fine.

Christopher Robert Finley, 38, of Knox, attaching false plates, $200 fine.

Denis A. Fortin, 62, of Searsport, failure to register a vehicle, $200 fine; obscuring motor vehicle plate marks, $200 fine.

Valerie L. Gilbert, 44, of Burnham, operating a vehicle without a license, $150 fine.

Elizabeth A. Gotham, 26, of Northport, criminal trespass, $300 fine.

Timothy P. Gotham, 29, of Winterport, criminal trespass, $300 fine.

William Harmon, 19, of Brooks, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Sergio Heese, 23, of Belfast, sale and use of drug paraphernalia, $300 fine; possession of marijuana, $500 fine.

Robert L. Hyatt, 59, of Greensboro, N.C., criminal trespass, $200 fine.

Amy Jacobs, 37, of Brooks, operating under the influence, 48 hours in jail, $500 fine, license suspended 90 days.

Eben J. Kenney, 23, of Rockland, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 30 days in jail; threatening display of weapon, 30 days in jail (concurrent); and violating condition of release, 30 days in jail (concurrent).

Rodney A. LeSan, 18, of Searsmont, transportation of drugs by a minor, $200 fine.

Basil L. Littlefield III, 27, of Brooks, violating condition of release, five days in jail.

Christina D. Love, 27, of Palermo, failure to register a vehicle, $100 fine; obscuring motor vehicle plate marks, $200 fine.

Jacob L. Mehuren, 20, of Brooks, allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor, $500 fine.

Becky Marie Mercure, 18, of Unity, operating a vehicle without a license, $150 fine.

Joseph Merrifield, 20, of Brooks, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Macy Montminy, 18, of Brooks, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Justin G. Moore, 23, of Thorndike, operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Carlton S. Munro, 19, of Searsport, failure to register vehicle, $200 fine; operating while license suspended or revoked (with a prior), $500 fine.

Steven Palmer, 27, of Northport, operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Ian Patten, 19, of Swanville, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Ethan I. Patterson, 19, of Stockton Springs, sale and use of drug paraphernalia, $300 fine; possession of marijuana, $350 fine.

Pamela Jean Pendleton, 39, of Morrill, failure to register vehicle, $150 fine.

Shauna Pomeroy, 25, of Belfast, operating a vehicle without a license, $150 fine.

Sean Ponsford, 18, of Hampden, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Caitlin A. Ravin, 19, of Brooks, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

William C. Ripley, 17, of Unity, possession of tobacco products by a minor, $50 fine.

Valentin Sierra, 20, of Turner, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Jason Skillings, 22, of Monroe, operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Lee Spang, 18, of Hampden, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Cassandra St. Clair, 19, of Liberty, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

Joshua St. Clair, 21, of Liberty, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine. [Editor’s note: The offense that St. Clair was found to have committed occurred prior to his 21st birthday, according to court records.]

Sonya L. Stewart, 23, of Troy, passing a stopped school bus, $250 fine.

James Edward Taylor Jr., no address given, 38, rule violation (status not current), $250 fine.

Wayne Tracy, 51, of Augusta, disorderly conduct (offensive words, gestures), five days in jail (stayed until June 5); violating condition of release, five days in jail (stayed until June 5, concurrent).