Teens indicted for breaking into Lakeville camps, setting ATV on fire

By Judy Harrison, BDN Staff
Posted Nov. 30, 2011, at 6:35 p.m.

BANGOR, Maine — Two teenagers were indicted Wednesday for allegedly breaking into more than a dozen camps, setting an all-terrain vehicle on fire and causing nearly $19,000 in damage this summer.

Nicholas M. Kerr, 18, of Lakeview Plantation and Robert H. Norris III, 19, of Lee were indicted on 14 counts of burglary each, as well as arson, four counts of theft by unauthorized taking, three counts of aggravated criminal mischief and criminal mischief.

The pair were drinking the night of July 18 when they broke into 13 camps and an ice fishing shack in and around Lakeville, R. Christopher Almy, district attorney for Penobscot County, said Wednesday. Among the items stolen were six guns.

If convicted, Kerr and Norris face up to 30 years in prison on the arson charge alone. The burglaries are Class B and Class C crimes, Almy said.

The maximum sentence for the former is 10 years and five years for the latter.

Others indicted Wednesday included:

Brian S. Braisted, 45, Bangor, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking.

Newman Brooks, 34, Millinocket, criminal operating under the influence of intoxicants.

Samuel L. Call, 40, Bradley, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, failure to appear.

Robert D. Dellairo, 30, Bangor, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Jeremiah Drew, 22, Patten, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, marijuana cultivation, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, violation of condition of release.

Harold Emery Jr., 20, Lincoln, trafficking in prison contraband.

Brian Floyd, 21, Palmyra, burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, violation of condition of release.

Bonnie L. French, 39, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking, violation of condition of release.

Jason Gergler, 29, Ivoryton, Conn., aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, two counts of unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs, three counts of possession of scheduled drugs, criminal forfeiture of $590 in U.S. currency.

Alan R. Ketchen, 38, Bangor, unlawful trafficking in synthetic hallucinogenic drugs, three counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, violation of condition of release, criminal forfeiture.

Jason Kimball, 28, Kenduskeag, operating after revocation.

Kevin A. Langlais, 29, Millinocket, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Darrell E. McTigue, 67, Dedham, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.

Daniel J. Mitchell, 45, Bangor, trafficking in prison contraband.

Patrick Mitchell, 21, Bradley, domestic violence assault, assault, two counts of criminal mischief, stealing drugs, obstructing the report of a crime or injury.

Arthur M. Moran, 56, Bangor, criminal threatening.

Thomas A. Murphy, 33, Milford, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, burglary.

Kenneth Neild, 19, Bangor, trafficking in prison contraband.

Aaron J. Olivares, 35, Orono, burglary, aggravated criminal trespass, unlawful sexual contact, unlawful sexual touching.

Donald H. Parsons, 31, Old Town, theft by unauthorized taking, home repair fraud.

James P. Pelkey, 42, Bangor, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, illegal importation of scheduled drugs, failure to appear.

Todd T. Perrault, 27, Bangor, two counts of criminal operating under the influence of intoxicants, operating after suspension.

Darren Potter, 21, Exeter, two counts of criminal threatening, violation of condition of release.

Nicholas M. Robichaud, 29, Brewer, theft by unauthorized taking.

Michael R. Robitaille, 28, Coventry, R.I., negotiating a worthless instrument.

Stephen M. Senberg, 25, Lincoln, two counts of operating after revocation, unauthorized use of property.

Damian Sutherland, 23, Bangor, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, criminal forfeiture of $794 in U.S. currency.

Steven J. Theriault, 23, Enfield, trafficking in prison contraband.

Freeman A. Weeks, 18, Bangor, aggravated criminal mischief, criminal mischief.

Adam Widgins, 24, Bangor, two counts of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, two counts of violation of condition of release, theft by unauthorized taking.

Matthew M. Wiley, 28, Levant, assault, refusing to submit to arrest.

Nichole E. Wormell, 24, Portland, theft by unauthorized taking.

CORRECTION:

An early version of this story requires correction. Nicholas M. Kerr, 18, of Lakeview Plantation and Robert H. Norris III, 19, of Lee were indicted for a series of burglaries in Lakeville, not Lakeview Plantation.

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