Grand jury indicts Skowhegan man accused of threatening to kill staff at Cornville school

Posted Nov. 01, 2013, at 1:55 p.m.

SKOWHEGAN, Maine — A 42-year-old man who allegedly threatened to kill staff at the Cornville Charter School in September was one of 14 people indicted by a Somerset County grand jury on Thursday.

James L. Mayo II of Skowhegan was indicted on two charges of terrorizing, two counts of refusing to submit to arrest, criminal mischief and violating conditions of release.

On Sept. 2, Mayo allegedly banged on windows and threatened to kill staff at the school, according to Chief Deputy Dale Lancaster of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Department. Mayo did not have any weapons, and students were not in the building because of the Labor Day holiday.

Mayo became combative when being placed under arrest by police, according to Lancaster. He was sprayed with mace and a Taser was used on him. Mayo managed to flee into the woods but was apprehended quickly.

Also indicted Thursday were:

Craig A. Breingan Sr., 28, Skowhegan, burglary, theft.

Christopher A. Tibbetts, 20, Skowhegan, burglary, theft.

Molly L. Gillis, 26, Canaan, theft.

Katia L. Graves, 24, Newport, theft of a motor vehicle, burglary, theft, stealing drugs.

Patrick H. Dube, 31, Anson, failure to report custody, violating conditions of release.

Bethany L. Randall, 29, Canaan, stealing drugs, falsifying evidence, possession of schedule W drugs.

Jason E. Libby, 33, Madison, burglary.

Jeffery D. Butler, 46, Skowhegan, domestic violence assault with priors.

Khotso Solomon Ramafola, 28, Skowhegan, burglary, attempted theft, refusing to submit to arrest.

John E. Labbe, 46, Fairfield, burglary, three counts of theft.

James R. Batey, 27, Smithfield, theft, criminal mischief, criminal trespass.

Kevin Paul Wyman II, 21, Norridgewock, theft, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, violating conditions of release.

Bruce Trienan, 48, Palmetto, Fla., criminal trespass, two counts of criminal threatening, two counts of aggravated forgery.

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