BANGOR, Maine — A wanted Orono man who has been on the lam for months was indicted Wednesday by the Penobscot County grand jury.
Brandon R. Kahl, 27, was indicted Wednesday for felony domestic violence, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said.
Kahl also was indicted by the Penobscot County grand jury in January 2010 for robbery, theft and assault, according to the Bangor Daily News archives.
Bangor detectives are asking the public’s help in finding him.
“Kahl is still at large and remains wanted on six warrants and a probation violation,” Edwards said. “He was on probation for robbery, theft and assault.”
The sergeant noted that police “received several tips from the public when his photograph was released to the media and on Facebook back on May 8, 2012.”
Kahl was fined $500 in 2009 and sentenced to 48 hours in jail for driving with a suspended license and given a 10-day jail sentence and ordered to pay $10.64 restitution for theft.
His criminal history also includes a 24-hour jail sentence and $150 fine for violation of bail conditions in 2008 and convictions for violation of a protection order and driving with a suspended license in 2007, for each of which he was fined $250.
Anyone with information about Kahl’s whereabouts is urged to call Detective Brent Beaulieu at 947-7382, ext. 95746. Those who prefer to remain anonymous may leave a message on the Police Department’s tip line by pressing ext. 6.