SKOWHEGAN, Maine — A local woman arrested in October for possession of drugs was one of 14 people indicted by a Somerset County grand jury on Thursday.
Abby J. Fowler, 24, of Skowhegan was indicted on charges of possession of heroin and possession of Schedule Z drugs.
On Oct. 4, Somerset County Sheriff’s Department deputies executed a search warrant on Fowler and her vehicle. They seized four bags of heroin, a controlled Clonazepam pill, drug-related paraphernalia, a couple hundred dollars in cash and an EBT card belonging to another individual, Chief Deputy Dale Lancaster said after the arrest.
Also indicted were:
Victor D. Cullington, 33, Madison, aggravated marijuana cultivation, possession of Schedule Z drugs.
Erica L. Winter, 42, Embden, 10 counts acquiring drugs by deception.
Jeffrey M. Doucette, 38, Skowhegan, theft.
David N. Doucette, 29, Skowhegan, theft, possession of heroin, two counts violating conditions of release.
Sean C. Ludden, Burnham, theft.
Scott S. Friedman, 19, Sudbury, Mass., illegal importation of drugs, possession of Schedule W drugs.
Eugene L. Horn, 35, Bangor, theft.
Paul E. St. Onge, 42, Hudson, theft, violating conditions of release.
Blyn E. Nadeau Jr., 24, Bingham, two counts operating after revocation.
Cory Coldwell, 25, Wellington, gross sexual assault.
Christopher E. Humphrey, 30, Jackman, domestic violence assault.
Lewis L. Lachance, 44, three counts violating conditions of release.
Kevin D. Crowley, 23, Skowhegan, domestic violence criminal threatening, domestic violence assault, aggravated assault with a weapon.