Shawna L. Gatto, 44, of Wiscasset, was sentenced to 50 years for the December 2017 murder of 4-year-old Kendall Chick during a hearing at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset on Tuesday, June 25.
Kevin W. Byrd, 27, Wiscasset, failure to register vehicle, March 28, dismissed (other).
Joshua D. Benner, 30, Monmouth, theft by deception, Jan. 16, 2017, Maine Department of Corrections four years, all but one year suspended, probation three years, restitution $300.
A Jefferson woman will serve a year up front of a six-year sentence for trafficking oxycodone in Knox and Lincoln counties.
A Wiscasset man has been arrested after allegedly fleeing police by car at 100 mph, crashing, then fleeing on foot May 24, and fleeing police on foot again June 4.
Patricia R. Christ, 30, Damariscotta, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, June 14, 2018, Two Bridges Regional Jail seven days, restitution $60; domestic violence assault, May 24, Two Bridges Regional Jail 180 days, all but seven days suspended, probation two years; criminal mischief, May 24, Two Bridges Regional Jail seven days; violating condition of release, May 24, dismissed (plea to other charge); violating condition of release, May 30, Two Bridges Regional Jail 48 hours.
A Waldoboro woman has admitted to furnishing oxycodone and agreed to forfeit $10,104 in cash and a 9 mm handgun as part of a plea deal in which the state dismissed more serious trafficking charges.
The owner of the 66-foot vessel under Wiscasset Harbor admitted to a civil charge of littering at the Lincoln County Courthouse on Monday, June 3.
Gary A. Balducci Jr., 40, Damariscotta, operate vehicle without license, April 4, $250.
A Waterville man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison with all but three years suspended, plus four years of probation, for manslaughter in connection with a fatal 2017 collision in Dresden.
The district attorney’s office has dismissed five of 10 felony charges against a Bristol man accused of various sex crimes against a minor.
The Lincoln County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed criminal charges against a former state legislator in exchange for his participation in a restorative justice program.
A suspended local attorney charged with theft from a charitable organization in August 2018 was charged with theft from a second nonprofit Thursday, May 16.
Lincoln County indictments, May 15:
Brianna Ayres, 23, Lewiston, class C trafficking in prison contraband, class C unlawfully furnishing schedule W drugs (Suboxone).
Aaron W. Ashton, 37, Alna, violating condition of release, April 11, Two Bridges Regional Jail 30 days; domestic violence terrorizing, April 11, Two Bridges Regional Jail 90 days, all but 30 days suspended, probation one year.