Second person charged in ambush, assault

Posted Jan. 28, 2011, at 9:32 p.m.

DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine — A second person has been charged in connection with the Jan. 19 beating of a local man who was left unconscious on a snowmobile trail behind Mayo Regional Hospital in Dover-Foxcroft.

Taylor Boucher, 19, of Dover-Foxcroft was summoned this week for assault in connection with the beating of Alex Moulton, 19, of Dover-Foxcroft, according to Dover-Foxcroft police Officer Todd Lyford. His initial court appearance is set for Feb. 28.

Police earlier arrested Dylan Sadlowski, 18, of Dover-Foxcroft on a charge of assault in connection with the case.

Moulton, an Eastern Maine Community College sophomore, had gone to the trail at the urging of a female friend. It was there he allegedly was attacked by the girl’s male friends and left unconscious. When Moulton regained consciousness several minutes after the attack, he said, he crawled and then limped to the Bear’s Den, a local restaurant, to get help.

Moulton, whose face was swollen and bruised, was taken to Mayo Regional Hospital for treatment. Test results indicated that he had no broken bones.

Lyford said the investigation is continuing into the assault and that more charges may be forthcoming.

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