WINSLOW, Maine — A Sidney man charged in an April sex trafficking raid is facing more charges after attending a wedding on Sunday, according to officials.
Frederick Horne, 47, was summoned on two counts of violating conditions of release but not arrested, according to Kennebec County District Attorney Maeghan Maloney.
Maloney said Monday a pair of women Horne had associated with at the wedding, including a bride he was giving away, had been at his residence when police charged him and his son in April.
Horne was charged by Winslow police and state police immediately following the wedding, Maloney said.
In addition to the sex trafficking charges, Horne is also facing charges of unlawful possession of oxycodone and marijuana trafficking.