Lincoln County indictments, Jan. 3-5:
Brian J. Bennett, 36, Waldoboro, class B burglary, three counts; class C aggravated criminal mischief; class C burglary; class C domestic violence assault; class C domestic violence criminal threatening; class C eluding an officer; class C receiving stolen property, three counts; class C theft by unauthorized taking; class C violation of condition of release, two counts; class D burglary of a motor vehicle; class D criminal mischief, three counts; class D criminal trespass, two counts; class D receiving stolen property, three counts; class D stealing drugs; class E driving to endanger; class E receiving stolen property, two counts; class E violation of condition of release, three counts.
Troy C. Bibber, 30, Boothbay, class A aggravated assault, class B assault on a child less than 6 years old, class D obstructing report of crime or injury.
Christopher Court, 32, Nobleboro, class B unlawful trafficking in schedule W drugs, criminal forfeiture of $9,320.
Robert H. Edmunds III, Virginia Beach, Va., class C sale of unregistered securities, class C securities fraud, class C unlicensed sale of securities.
Mickey L. Gilley, 34, West Bath, class B tampering with a victim, class C tampering with a witness or informant, class D improper contact with victim pre-bail.
Alexandre A. Gorey, 25, Edgecomb, class C aggravated criminal trespass, class D domestic violence assault.
Gregory R. Miller, 33, Onset, Mass., class B aggravated assault, class C operating a watercraft under the influence, class C reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, class D assault.
Daniel K. Milne Jr., 47, Richmond, class C violation of condition of release, two counts.
Shane Rines, 43, Sabattus, class B burglary, class E theft by unauthorized taking, class E violation of condition of release.
David W. Smith, 34, Edgecomb, class B aggravated assault, class E violation of condition of release.
Michael L. Starr, 32, Waldoboro, class C aggravated criminal mischief, class E refusing to submit to arrest.
(Editor’s note: A grand jury reviews state evidence and returns an indictment if it finds the evidence sufficient to justify a trial. An indictment is not a finding of guilt.)