DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine —Two Dover-Foxcroft teenagers charged with the assault of another local teenager, who was left unconscious on a snowmobile trail after the attack, entered not guilty pleas Monday in Dover-Foxcroft District Court.
Judge Kevin Stitham scheduled a trial for Taylor Boucher, 19, and Dylan Sadlowski, 18, at 1 p.m. March 28. Both are considered indigent, so they were allowed court-appointed attorneys.
Boucher and Sadlowski are alleged to have beaten Alex Moulton, 19, unconscious on Jan. 19 after the Eastern Maine Community College sophomore was lured by a former girlfriend to a snowmobile trail behind Mayo Regional Hospital in Dover-Foxcroft.
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.
Sadlowski was arrested last month in connection with the incident and released on bail, and Boucher was summoned on the charge.
Taylor’s bail was set at $500 unsecured with conditions that he have no contact with Moulton and three other local teenagers who were allegedly at the scene the night of the attack.
Sadlowski, who posted $200 cash bail last month, must abide by the same conditions as Taylor.