AUBURN — An Androscoggin County grand jury Tuesday indicted a local man in connection with the July 15 stabbing death of a transient woman outside a Lewiston laundromat.

The indictment charged that Albert Flick, 76, caused the death of Kimberly Dobbie, 48, who had moved from Farmington to Lewiston and had been staying at a homeless shelter with her twin sons.

Flick is being held without bail at Androscoggin County Jail pending a bail and probable cause hearing.

The penalty for murder in Maine is 25 years to life in prison.

Albert Flick is led out of the courtroom following his initial appearance in the Androscoggin County Courthouse in Auburn last month (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

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