FARMINGTON – The Franklin County grand jury recently indicted:

Richard R. Adams, 20, Rumford, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs Jan. 18.

Robert L. Adams, 21, Buckfield, 19 counts of burglary, 10 counts theft by unauthorized taking and 16 counts of criminal mischief May 10.

Joshua Brann, 18, Phillips, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking Aug. 19.

Eric Cheverez, 25, Livermore Falls, driving after revocation July 21.

Craig Cowper, 27, Coplin Plantation, criminal threatening, two counts of assault, endangering the welfare of a child and violation of condition of release Oct. 8.

Patrick L. Daggett, 34, Farmington, assault and violation of condition of release Sept. 11.

Tina L. Dolloff, 34, Jay, criminal driving under the influence, driving after revocation and escape July 17.

Billie-Jo Elliott, 32, Farmington, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs Feb. 25.

Travis Enman, 22, Auburn, two counts burglary, criminal mischief and theft Oct. 26.

Thomas Farrington, 24, Jay, theft Sept. 17.

Scott Fletcher, 46, New Vineyard, aggravated assault, two counts of assault, terrorizing Aug. 1, 2003, Oct. 13, 2005.

Nevil Francois, 21, Strong, terrorizing, Oct. 23.

Frankie Gragg, 20, Industry, aggravated forgery Oct. 21.

Jason A. Grant, 24, Buckfield, 19 counts burglary, 10 counts unauthorized taking and 16 counts criminal mischief May 10.

Dawn Haggan, 29, Strong, theft by unauthorized taking and misuse of entrusted property Dec.1, 2004, Aug. 1, 2005.

Richard S. Haines, 23, Rumford, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking Aug. 19.

Nicole Hooker, 19, Starks, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, criminal mischief July 24.

Rachel Hooker, 40, Starks, acquiring drugs by deception Aug. 23.

Jeremy Howard, 18, Rumford, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking Aug. 19.

Lisa Humphrey, 34, Westfield, three counts of forgery and one of theft July 5.

Michael Jacobs, 36, Farmington, aggravated forgery and theft Oct. 16.

Eddie Levigne, 52, Farmington, four counts unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs Dec. 20, 2004, Feb. 3 and 10, 2005.

Shawn Lord, 22, Eustis, theft, criminal threatening, possession of firearms in licensed liquor establishment, carrying a concealed weapon, criminal mischief and theft by unauthorized taking Aug. 27.

Shawn Lord, 22, Eustis, acquiring drugs by deception and forgery Oct. 5.

Benjamin Masterson, 29, Kingfield, aggravated marijuana cultivation, illegal possession of hypodermic apparatuses, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and criminal forfeiture Aug. 2.

Michael McLain, 45, Wilton, driving under the influence, violation of condition of release and driving without a license Oct. 23.

Linwood Palmer, 62, Nobleboro, assault Oct. 10.

Somer Pape, 24, Fairfield, negotiating a worthless instrument Aug. 26, Sept. 1.

William J. Parker, 27, Wilton, aggravated forgery, criminal driving under the influence, driving after suspension and failure to give correct name Oct. 21.

Christian J. Roney, 29, Kingfield, assault Oct. 1.

Justin L. Ross, 28, Farmington, tampering with a victim June 15.

Jacob Shoemaker, 22, Sumner, 19 counts of burglary, 10 counts of theft by unauthorized taking and 16 counts of criminal mischief May 10.

Shane Silva, 22, Farmington, burglary, criminal mischief, theft by unauthorized taking July 6.

Julia Small, 29, Farmington, three counts of assault Aug. 31.

Kenneth M. Storer, 24, Wilton, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs Feb. 28.

Steven Taylor, 30, Weld, two counts of violation of condition of release, two counts of violation of protective order Aug. 10.

Samuel Thibault, 23, East Wilton, driving after revocation, criminal driving under the influence and unauthorized use of property July 16.

Todd D. Toothaker, 24, Farmington, criminal driving under the influence and driving without a license Nov. 5.

Ralph C. Trafton, 25, Skowhegan, driving after revocation July 4.

Darreyl Wright, 27, East Dixfield, two counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs Feb. 10.


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