DISTRICT COURT REPORT
Tuesday, 02 July 2013 09:54
•    Cases heard in Essex District Court involving residents of Dundalk and Edgemere.

Wednesday, June 26

Judge Leo Ryan Jr.
    Jason R. Mimmack, 32, of Mavista Avenue: failure to obey a reasonable order from a police officer (Jan. 30), guilty, 15-day sentence, $57.50 court costs.
    
Judge Kimberly M. Thomas
    Heather M. Doerfler, 24, of Thruway: second-degree assault (April 7), one year supervised probation before judgment, $57.50 court costs.
    John E. Smith, 28, of St. Claire Lane: disorderly conduct, failure to obey a reasonable order from a police officer (Dec. 31), guilty, 60-day sentence (all but two days suspended), one year supervised probation, $100 fine, $57.50 court costs.
    Kelly S. Aldridge, 42, of Church Road: theft (Feb. 21), one year supervised probation before judgment, $50 fine, $57.50 court costs.

Thursday, June 27

Judge Robert N. Dugan
    Patrick Hack, 33, of Fleming Drive: failure to obey a reasonable order from a police officer (Jan. 30), not guilty; disorderly conduct (Jan. 30), guilty, sentenced to time served.
    Dorena McGrogan, 47, of Whiteway: disorderly conduct (April 7), guilty, 60-day suspended sentence, one year unsupervised probation.
    Robert Shinaberry, 29, of Roberts Avenue: disorderly conduct (April 7), guilty, 60-day suspended sentence, one year unsupervised probation.
    William Ketchum, 32, of Manchester Road: failure to comply with a peace order (Dec. 6), guilty, 90-day suspended sentence, three years unsupervised probation.
    Jorge Urquiza Jr., 19, of Dean Street: theft (March 3), one year unsupervised probation before judgment.
    
Judge Norman R. Stone III
    Brent M. Scott, 22, of Alvah Avenue: disorderly conduct (April 28), 18 months unsupervised probation before judgment, 50 hours community service, $57.50 court costs.
    Kimberlee A. Keesler, 34, of Gough Street: failure to obey a reasonable order from a police officer, disorderly conduct (April 8), guilty, two years unsupervised probation, $35 court costs.