The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has disbarred Jonathan C. Hull, an attorney who lives in Newcastle and had practiced in Damariscotta until his August 2018 suspension, for five years, citing allegations of embezzlement from two nonprofits he served as treasurer and from two clients.
A 23-year-old Wiscasset motorcyclist twice pointed a handgun at the occupants of another vehicle during a road rage incident in Wiscasset on Friday, June 12.
The family of Gregori Jackson, the Whitefield 18-year-old shot and killed by a Waldoboro police officer in 2007, made an emotional plea for the officer’s prosecution during a press conference in Augusta on Thursday, June 11.
District Attorney Natasha Irving says she will prosecute a former Waldoboro police officer who shot and killed a teenager in 2007 if the state does not file a murder charge first, but Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey says she has no authority to do so.
The Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating an incident of arson that caused minor damage to the side of the Finest Kind Medicinals building on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
A Wiscasset man was arrested Wednesday, May 13 after police say they found child pornography on his cellphone.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court, on Tuesday, May 12, unanimously upheld the murder conviction of Shawna L. Gatto in the December 2017 death of 4-year-old Kendall Chick.
A 52-year-old Newcastle man who allegedly threatened a woman with a handgun, then refused to come out of his house, surrendered to deputies after a standoff early Friday, April 24.
A former Damariscotta man has been arrested after, according to police, he sexually abused a young girl for years and, when she became pregnant, assaulted her to cause a miscarriage.
A grand jury has indicted an Augusta woman who allegedly “arranged the purchase of drugs” for a Jefferson man who then died of an overdose.
Jennifer Audet, 48, Jefferson, OUI (alcohol), one prior, Oct. 27, 2019, $700, Two Bridges Regional Jail seven days, license suspended three years, registration suspended.
Lincoln County indictments, March 11:
Corey H. Ater, 32, Phippsburg, class C violation of condition of release, class D violation of a protective order.
Rose Ayers, 31, Waldoboro, fail to stop, provide information, Dec. 8, 2019, $100, restitution $921.
Estrella Sylvia Adames, 21, Providence, R.I., motor vehicle speeding 30-plus mph over speed limit, June 21, 2019, dismissed (other).