Lincoln County indictments, Nov. 14 and 15:
Sierra J. Benner, 30, Waldoboro, class C assault, class D refusing to submit to arrest.
Alyssa J. Bennett, 23, Rockland, class C receiving stolen property.
Nancy Leigh Ann Brann, 44, Windsor, class A gross sexual assault, class C unlawful sexual contact.
Bonnie Cunningham, 72, Nobleboro, class C theft by unauthorized taking.
Zachary Curtis, 29, Bristol, class C aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, class C criminal OUI, class E driving to endanger.
Daniel Clayborn Davis, 38, Wiscasset, class C criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, class D terrorizing, class E operating an unregistered vehicle, class E operating without a license.
Darelene M. Dobson, 56, Edgecomb, class C operating after revocation.
Robert W. Gay, 35, Gardiner, class C trafficking in prison contraband, class D stealing drugs.
Beth M. Hancock, 31, Boothbay, class C theft by unauthorized taking.
Taylor L. Johnston, 22, Waldoboro, class C operating after revocation.
Jeremiah E. Lucas, 21, Edgecomb, class C operating after revocation, class E violation of condition of release.
Kodi Ernest Merrill, 33, Waldoboro, class B burglary, class C theft by unauthorized taking.
Zachery Mosher, 23, Liberty, class B aggravated assault, class D domestic violence assault.
Nathan A.C. Papineau, 31, Boothbay Harbor, class C domestic violence assault.
Christopher R. Pinkham, 45, Pittston, class C theft by unauthorized taking, two counts; class C unauthorized use of property; class E improper plates; class E operating after suspension.
Craig A. Proctor, 52, Dresden, class C failure to comply with duty under Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act of 1999.
Aaron H. Robinson, 38, Warren, class C aggravated criminal trespass, class C criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon.
Ronnie C. Russomano, 44, Boothbay Harbor, class C domestic violence assault, class C domestic violence terrorizing.
James-Michael T. Temple, 22, Camden, class C operating after revocation.
Tanya York, 33, Warren, class C aggravated criminal trespass, class D assault.
(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.)