BELFAST — The following cases were closed in Waldo County criminal courts between Nov. 19 and Nov. 24.

Phillip E. Lear, 34, of Dixmont, assault, $300 fine; gross sexual assault, dismissed.

Peter Bailey, 35, of Northport, domestic violence assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $500 fine.

David L. Channell, 64, of Troy, OUI (alcohol), dismissed.

Theodore Haynes Jr., 38, of Brooklyn, N.Y., aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, dismissed; criminal conspiracy, dismissed; unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, $400 fine, six months in jail; criminal forfeiture of property, forfeited to the state system by judge.

Michael Sentell, 37, Washington, disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, dismissed.

Tara L. Watson, 32, of Oakland, possession of hypodermic apparatuses, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 24 hours in jail.

Jason M. Whalen, 43, of Searsport, assault on an officer, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 120 days in jail; violating condition of release, dismissed.

Dennis Raymond Erving, 27, of Belfast, OUI (alcohol), one prior, $700 fine, six months in jail, all but seven days suspended, stayed until April 22, 2022, one year’s probation, license suspended three years, registration suspended.

Benjamin Williams, 24, of Bradford, operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed.

Maynard L. Cox, 72, of Waldo, OUI (alcohol), $500 fine, 48 hours in jail, stayed until Nov. 29, license suspended 150 days.

Jacob M. Rose, 22, of Jackson, operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed.

William Ripley, 28, of Searsmont, attaching false plates, 30 days in jail, stayed until Dec. 27.

Thomas Smith, 64, of Knox, disorderly conduct, loud noise, private place, 24 hours in jail.

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