June 3, 2013

Kennebec County grand jury indictments, May 31, 2013

STAFF REPORTS

AUGUSTA — A number of people were indicted Friday by a grand jury in Kennebec County.

An indictment is not a determination of guilt, but it indicates there is enough evidence to proceed with formal charges and a trial.

Shenika Boyd, also known as Sara Ann Boyd, 33, of Manchester, unlawful trafficking in cocaine and criminal forfeiture of $2,370 March 8, in Manchester.

Amy R. Breton, 34, of Augusta, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and criminal mischief, and three counts of misuse of identification, all Feb. 13 in Manchester and Augusta.

Israel D. Breton, 34 of Augusta, burglary, criminal mischief, misuse of identification, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, theft by unauthorized taking and violation of condition of release, all Feb. 13 in Augusta.

Steven B. Bucknam, 38, of Oakland, four counts of possession of sexually explicit material Oct. 24, 2012, in Oakland.

Michelle H. Campbell, 22, of Mount Vernon, theft by deception and misuse of identification Nov. 20-Dec. 28, 2012 in Augusta.

Patrick C. Daniels, 30, of Livermore, operating after revocation Nov. 3, 2012, in Gardiner.

Harrison Dutil Taylor, 20, of Augusta, two counts of unlawful trafficking in cocaine June 13 and 18, 2012, in Augusta.

Kathryn Dutton, also known as Kathryn Gagne and Kathryn Markham, 37, of Augusta and formerly of Oakland, theft by deception and unsworn falsification from the Department of Health & Human Services between July 20, 2010, and July 12, 2012, in Kennebec County.

Karim Farag, 28, of Augusta, theft by unauthorized taking Dec. 6-26, 2012, in Augusta.

Donald Paul Fencik, 52, of Waterville, arson May 5 in Waterville.

Randy Figueroa, 37, of New York, aggravated trafficking in heroin, unlawful trafficking in oxycodone, unlawful possession of heroin and unlawful possession of oxycodone, and criminal forfeiture of $2,989, all April 16 in Farmingdale.

Lindsay D. Fortin, 24, of Augusta, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and criminal forfeiture of $1,805 March 8 in Augusta.

Gladys A. Fowler, 31, of Augusta, stealing drugs and assault Nov. 16, 2012, in Augusta.

Michael Warren Gatcomb Jr., 29, of Fayette, eluding an officer, violation of condition of release, and criminal speed Jan. 20 in Monmouth.

Robert A. Greatorex Jr., 23, of Winslow, domestic violence assault and domestic violence criminal threatening April 10 in Waterville.

Lester James Helphrey, 41, of Winthrop, violation of sex offender registration Nov. 27, 2012, in Winthrop.

Daryl K. Hersom, 34, of Litchfield, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking Dec.. 26, 2012, in Monmouth.

Robert William Horstman, 26, of Winthrop, receiving stolen property Aug. 31, 2012, in Winthrop.

Jeffrey K. Hunter, 37, of Oakland, domestic violence criminal threatening and domestic violence assault Nov. 7 in Oakland.

Brian George Jenness-Libby, 26, of Waterville, assault and criminal mischief Nov. 30, 2012, in Waterville.

Devon Kaufman, 19, of Winthrop, unlawful sexual contact Nov. 11, 2012, in Winthrop.

Christopher J. Kjersgard, 25, of Augusta, stealing drugs, domestic violence assault, theft by unauthorized taking and violation of condition of release, all Nov. 2, 2012, in Augusta.

Milton E. Libby, 18, of Chelsea, eluding an officer, criminal speed and operating without a license Feb. 21 in Gardiner.

Kimberly Maldonado, also known as Kim Sanchez and Leslie Maldonado, 45, of Augusta, unlawful trafficking in oxycodone March 8 in Augusta.

Rebekah L. Merrill, 38, of Waterville, two counts of unlawful trafficking in oxycodone, May 18 and 23, 2012, in Waterville.

Alexander A. Meserve, 20, of Augusta, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking and criminal mischief, all Nov. 1, 2012, in Augusta.

Todd L. Overlock, 40, of Vassalboro, domestic violence assault May 4, in Vassalboro.

Jeffrey T. Pease, 41, of Union, unlawful trafficking in oxycodone and illegal importation of oxycodone Dec. 16, 2012, in Gardiner.

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