Brownville man indicted after allegedly assaulting Milo police officer, crashing father’s truck

By Alex Barber, BDN Staff
Posted June 07, 2013, at 6:39 p.m.

DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine — A Brownville man accused of stealing his father’s truck and assaulting a police officer was indicted by a Piscataquis County grand jury on Thursday.

Michael C. Bishop, 26, was indicted for six offenses in two separate incidents. He was indicted on charges of theft, unauthorized use of property, criminal trespass, criminal mischief, violation of condition of release and assault on an officer.

Bishop allegedly stole his father’s truck, wrecked it and broke into a camp while out on bail, according to Piscataquis County District Attorney R. Christopher Almy.

While being investigated for leaving the scene of an accident, Bishop was asked to come to the Milo Police Department, said Almy. Bishop showed up, but allegedly began to leave before the interview was over.

“An officer restrained him and [Bishop] punched and injured” the officer, Almy said. “The officer did require some medical attention.”

Also indicted on Thursday were:

Cody J. Berry, 22, Corinna, burglary, theft, criminal mischief.

John J. Hanson, 26, Sangerville, burglary, theft, criminal mischief, aggravated criminal mischief.

Arthur C. Lariviere, 41, Greenville, criminal OUI, operating after suspension.

Kody E. Merrill, 27, Parkman, theft, violation of conditions of release.

Edward B. Robinson, 32, Greenville, theft by unauthorized taking.

Christopher D. Salvucci, 28, Guilford, burglary.

Nicholas A. Souza, 30, operating after revocation.

Gloria A. Smith aka, Gloria A. Theriault, 39, Williamsburg, theft, violation of conditions of release.

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