Quartet who allegedly stole lottery ticket dispenser, cigarettes from Corinth store indicted

By Judy Harrison, BDN Staff
Posted Aug. 29, 2012, at 6:20 p.m.

BANGOR, Maine — Four people were indicted Wednesday by the Penobscot County grand jury for allegedly backing a stolen pickup truck into the front doors of a Corinth convenience store in June, stealing cigarettes and a lottery ticket dispenser, and setting the truck on fire to cover up the crimes.

Michael W. Chapman, 37, of Sanford; Robert L. Mason, 28, of Corinna; and Rosemary Peterson, 26, and Clifford John Sprague, 34, both of Exeter were indicted on charges of arson, burglary, aggravated criminal mischief and theft by unauthorized taking.

In addition to those counts, Chapman and Sprague were indicted on one count each of violation of a condition of release.

All four are scheduled to be arraigned in October at the Penobscot Judicial Center.

The stolen lottery tickets led investigators to the quartet, who went to Auburn to redeem them, according to a previously published report. All four were arrested within hours of the June 22 break-in, which occurred during the early morning hours.

The 2002 GMC Sierra pickup truck used in the burglary was reported stolen from Kaufman Motors in Corinna a few days before it was crashed into the A.E. Robinson store in Corinth. Shortly after the break-in, the truck was found ablaze at the intersection of Black Road and West Corinth Road, police said in June.

Chapman and Sprague remained Wednesday at the Penobscot County Jail. Mason and Peterson are free on bail.

If convicted, all four defendants face up to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $50,000 on the arson charge alone.

Others indicted Wednesday were:

Terry Anderson, 59, Medway, operating after revocation.

Kraig Justen Ayotte, 22, Millinocket, burglary.

David R. Bateman Jr., 43, Bangor, failure to appear, violation of condition of release.

Jennifer R. Beeler, 21, Howland, two counts assault, failure to appear.

Andrea J. Bouchard, 28, Old Town, two counts burglary, three counts theft by unauthorized taking.

Jamie M. Bouchard, 34, Old Town, two counts burglary, two counts theft by unauthorized taking.

Philip G. Bowers Jr., 25, Burlington, two counts theft by unauthorized taking, operating after revocation, unauthorized use of property, misuse of identification.

Lloyd A. Burnham Jr., 36, Dexter, operating after revocation.

Ernest F. Carrow, 28, Corinna, assault on an officer, assault.

Michael B. Clinch, 26, Carmel, two counts operating after revocation.

Brian A. Corvino, 24 Indian Island, theft by unauthorized taking.

Tayler Emerson, 22, Newport, two counts theft by unauthorized taking.

Steven L. Farrington, 37, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking, operating after revocation.

Isaiah-Daniel M. Hakes, 20, Bangor, burglary, misuse of identification, theft by unauthorized taking.

Keith Holmes, 38, Bangor, domestic violence assault.

Jeffrey Hutchinson, 48, Veazie, theft by unauthorized taking.

Fred L. Janvrin, 50, Etna, tampering with a victim, violation of condition of release, domestic violence criminal threatening, domestic violence assault, obstructing a report of a crime or injury, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.

Daniel J. Knight, 46, East Newport, two counts operating after revocation, failure to appear.

Zachary R. Ladd, 21, Bangor, three counts burglary, three counts theft by unauthorized taking, burglary of a motor vehicle.

Mark Lewis, 45, Bangor, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Joshua Long, 24, Old Town, robbery.

Jon. C. McCarron, 37, Detroit, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, criminal operating under influence of intoxicants.

April McGaw, 31, Lincoln, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs.

Craig D. McGaw, 41, Lincoln, four counts aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, two counts violation of condition of release.

Daniel E. Mutty, 39, Bangor, violation of sex offender registration.

Mark Nadeau, 38, Greenbush, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, forgery.

Christopher Pedersen, 22, Hampden, domestic violence criminal threatening.

Peter J. Pelletier II, 32, Bangor, aggravated operating after revocation, criminal operating under influence of intoxicants, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, falsifying physical evidence.

Tyrone J. Rollins, 25, Danforth, operating after revocation, failure to appear, violation of condition of release.

Gregory A. Sabine, 60, Hudson, two counts operating after revocation.

Matthew I. Sereyko, 29, Old Town, two counts domestic violence assault, two counts domestic violence terrorizing, criminal restraint.

Robert E. Shaw, 29, Newport, two counts operating after revocation.

David A. Smith, 47, Howland, three counts operating after revocation.

Gary G. Tanguay, 30, Indian Island, two counts failure to appear.

Christopher R. Tarr-Doucette, 25, Glenburn, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, theft by extortion, attempted theft by extortion, two counts terrorizing, criminal forfeiture.

Troy R. Thompson, 32, East Millinocket, 12 counts unlawful sexual contact, 11 counts of gross sexual assault.

Terry Woodard, 44, Dover-Foxcroft, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, operating after revocation, criminal operating under influence of intoxicants, violation of condition of release.

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