Charles S. Hammond, 29, Boston, Mass., operate vehicle without license — condition/restriction, April 19, dismissed (other).
Jaden B. Arsenault, 17, Boothbay, failing to notify of motor-vehicle accident, May 30, $500.
Kristen Campbell, 33, Trevett, failure to register vehicle, July 27, dismissed (other).
Jonathan C. Hull, a disbarred local attorney, pleaded guilty to three crimes related to embezzlement from two nonprofits he served as treasurer at the Lincoln County Courthouse on Tuesday, Aug. 25.
Olivia Carter, 31, Waldoboro, failing to notify of motor-vehicle accident, June 2, dismissed (plea to other charge).
An Augusta woman who “arranged the purchase of drugs” for a Jefferson man who died of an overdose in April 2019 was sentenced to two years in prison Aug. 10.
James Bergman, 38, Wiscasset, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, priors, June 1, dismissed (other).
Zachary J. Curtis, 30, Bristol, OUI (alcohol), two priors, May 22, 2019, probation violation, Two Bridges Regional Jail four months, probation partially revoked, probation continued.
Zachary A. Argraves, 23, Unity, terrorizing, July 10, 2019, dismissed (other).
A Whitefield man was sentenced Thursday, July 30 in federal court in Bangor for being a felon in possession of a firearm, U.S. Attorney Halsey B. Frank announced.
Devin Alexander, 31, Wiscasset, operate vehicle without license, Feb. 1, dismissed (other).
Lincoln County indictments, July 15:
Matthew J. Donovan Jr., 38, Bath, class C domestic violence assault, class C domestic violence criminal threatening, class C domestic violence terrorizing, class D criminal mischief, class D cruelty to animals – criminal.
Police say a 26-year-old Wiscasset woman was distracted and speeding when she crossed the centerline and caused a June crash that killed a 71-year-old Edgecomb man.
Over the years, Camden defense attorney Jeremy Pratt said he’s probably had a thousand clients who’ve faced a grand jury.