Two former Bates College students charged in connection with an alcohol-fueled disturbance on campus two years ago have told a judge they completed their court-ordered community service. Through their attorneys, the pair reported in Androscoggin County Superior Court on Thursday that they each had completed their terms of 200 hours of community service. The Sun Journal, reports that lawyers for 24-year-old Francis Suozzo, of Golden Bridge, N.Y., and 25-year-old Samuel Guilford of Surry told the judge they provided proof of completion to the district attorney’s office. Guilford pleaded guilty a year ago to assault on an officer. Suozzo was charged with failure to disperse. Those charges are expected to be reduced. Eleven Bates students were charged in connection with the disturbance in May 2010 that involved hundreds of students.