RANGELEY — Two residents of Lisbon and one from Lewiston face more charges in the theft of guns, cash and medical marijuana from a disabled man April 4.

Police charged Danielle Nelson, 25, and Kevin O’Donnell, 25, both of Lisbon, and Steven Sharpley, 20, of Lewiston with one count each of misdemeanor stealing prescriptions drugs, police Chief Dennis Leahy said Friday.

Nelson faces an additional felony charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, he said.

O’Donnell was issued a summons on a felony charge of violation of conditions of release, he said.

Each of the three were previously charged with felony theft of a firearm and burglary in the incident.

The disabled man kicked Nelson out of his house April 3 and dropped her off at her Lisbon address with her possessions, Leahy said previously. The following day she arranged to meet him in Auburn to drop off the rest of her items but she didn’t show up as planned and asked him to wait for her.


When the victim arrived home Saturday night, he found his house had been burglarized and items missing.

Rangeley police were assisted by Lewiston and Lisbon police, and the Androscoggin County Sheriff’s Office to locate Nelson, O’Donnell and Sharpley and to recover the goods, Leahy said.

Nelson was taken into custody on a probation violation and O’Donnell was arrested on two warrants. Sharpley was taken into custody but released after being issued a summons on the charges.

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