AUBURN — Three men and a woman were indicted Wednesday in a home robbery in Poland where electronics and pot were stolen and threats were made to shoot the victim’s dog.
Jordin Small, 19, and John Wright, 18, both of Auburn, were each charged with a single count of robbery with a firearm.
Caleb Wagg, 18, of Bowdoin was charged with robbery and violating bail. His sister, Michaela Wagg, 20, of Richmond, was charged with robbery, violating bail and receiving stolen property.
A fifth man charged, Isaiah Strong-Gassama, 20, address unknown, was arrested weeks after the other suspects and has not been indicted. He was arrested in late November and charged with robbery.
The victim in the Empire Road robbery called police on Oct. 26, saying five people came into his home and took electronics and other items belonging to his mother.
It was later detailed by a a detective at the Androscoggin County Sheriff’s Office that the group took the victim’s cellphone, video game player and marijuana, including paraphernalia.
The homeowner said that during the robbery the intruders threatened him and threatened to shoot his dog. They pushed him down, breaking his glasses, he said.
The victim later told police he knew most of the five people who came to his home in a black car and accused him of slashing the tires of vehicles in the Poland and Minot area.
Caleb Wagg, 18, awaits his court appearance Oct. 27, 2016, at Lewiston District Court. Wagg, along with his sister and another defendant, was charged in a Poland robbery. (Sun Journal file photo)
John Wright looks to his attorney during his court appearance at the Lewiston District Court on Oct. 27, 2016, . Wright, along with two other defendants, was charged in a robbery in Poland. (Sun Journal file photo)
Michaela Wagg, 19, looks at her family during her courtroom appearance at Lewiston District Court on Oct. 27, 2016, . Wagg, along with her brother and another defendant, was charged in a robbery in Poland. (Sun Journal file photo)