The following cases were closed in Waldo County Superior Court between Aug. 22 and Sept. 2:

Edward E. Benner, 21, of Belfast, was found to have violated his probation on three previous counts of burglary, and as a result had his probation continued.

Jeremy M. Brock, 36, of Newburgh, operating under the influence, $500 fine and license suspended for 90 days; operating under the influence (no test, two priors), dismissed.

Dylan D. Cook, 31, of Searsmont, cultivating marijuana, $1,000 fine, 10 days in jail (stayed until Sept. 25).

Jason L. Cromeenes, 31, of Orland, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, one year in prison (all but 60 days suspended) and probation for two years.

Jason Cunningham, 25, of Frankfort, trafficking in dangerous knives, dismissed; threatening with a dangerous weapon, six years in prison (all but two years suspended) and two years on probation; domestic violence assault, two years in prison (concurrent); domestic violence terrorizing, dismissed. Additionally, Cunningham was found to have violated his probation on three prior domestic violence charges, and as a result, had his probation on those charges revoked.

Tyler J. Damon, 20, of Belfast, was found to have violated his probation on an earlier charge of assault on an emergency medical care provider, and as a result had his probation partially revoked.

Timothy A. Harvey, 53, of Glenburn, operating under the influence, $500 fine and license suspended for 90 days.

Steven A. Kenney, 33, of Searsport, violating protective order, five days in jail; domestic violence assault, five days in jail (concurrent); reckless violation of protective order, dismissed.

Kevin Sands, 53, of Bangor, criminal mischief, $200 fine; burglary, dismissed; criminal trespass, $200 fine.

Devin Sprague, 20, of Swanville; two counts of stealing drugs, $400 fine and 77 days in jail for each count (jail time concurrent); two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 77 days in jail for each count (concurrent); burglary, three years in prison (all but 77 days suspended — concurrent), three years on probation and restitution of $29,083.31; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail (concurrent). Additionally, Sprague was found to have violated his probation on an earlier charge of cultivating marijuana, and as a result had his probation on that charge revoked.