Epton sentenced to jail time
Norrissa Virginia Lyn Epton, 18, of no fixed address, was sentenced to jail time after pleading guilty to a number of charges which occurred between April 16 and June 16, in Amherst.
Epton was sentenced to 20 days custody, minus 10 days for time served, after pleading guily to breaching a probation order to notify an any change in name, address, or telephone number; 20 days consecutive custody minus 10 days for time served for breaching a probation order to report to a probation officer; and 20 days consecutive custody for breaching a probation order to attend counseling, assessment, treatment or program directed by a probation officer.
Epton was also fine a dollar for each count, plus 30¢ victim service fee, for a total of $3.90.
Epton received an additional 20 days consecutive custody for breaching a probation order to have no contact with Dylan Gogan, and fined a further $1.30.
That incident occurred June 26, in Amherst.
Travis Christopher Troy Smith, 19, of Westbrook, will return to court for trial July 30th, facing a charge of allegedly assaulting Brittany Blue. The incident is alleged to have occurred June 15 in Harrison Settlement.
Smith did, however, plead guilty a number of addition charges that occurred June 15, in Harrison Settlement.
Smith was sentenced to 20 days consecutive custody after pleading guilty to breaching a probation order to refrain from alcohol; 40 days consecutive custody minus 18 days for time served after pleading guilty to resisting arrest; 20 days custody and a fine of $3.90 for breaching a recognizance to not possess or consume alcohol.
Smith was also sentenced to 20 days custody after pleading guilty to breaching a recognizance to abide by a curfew on March 28 in Westbrook, and another 20 days consecutive custody after pleading guilty to breaching a recognizance to abide by a curfew on March 29 in Westbrook.
Luke Samuel Power, 24, of Amherst, will return to court for sentencing on Aug. 18, after pleading guilty to possessing marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
The incident occurred May 25, 2013, in East Amherst.
William Stevens, 51, of Chignecto, will return to court for sentencing after being found guilty of defrauding John Stevens of a sum of money in excess of $5,000 and fraudulently disposing of property other than that he was entrusted with while entrusted with the power of attorney.
The incidents occurred between Jan. 1, 2005, and Nov. 30, 2011, in Amherst.