SKOWHEGAN, Maine — A Nokomis Regional High School teacher was indicted by the grand jury Friday on four counts of aggravated assault and four charges of domestic violence assault.
Andrew Maderios, 28, of Pittsfield, who had been arrested earlier this summer, was one of 11 people indicted by the Somerset County grand jury.
Maderios, a music teacher at the Newport high school who has no criminal history, is accused of multiple assaults against his girlfriend beginning in December 2013. Other assaults reportedly occurred on Jan. 25 and March 23.
Maderios was arrested in early August upon returning from a school trip to Europe that he was chaperoning. He faces up to 10 years behind bars on each Class B aggravated assault charge and one year on the Class D domestic violence assault charges.
Others indicted by the grand jury were:
Eric Jacobsen, 49, St. Albans, violation of sex offender registry.
Whitney Call, 26, Hermon, possession of heroin, possession of hypodermic apparatuses.
Michael Thompson, 26, Harmony, eluding, operating after suspension, passing a police roadblock.
Leslie Ridley, 32, Skowhegan, operating after revocation.
Jared Smith, 29, Fairfield, theft.
Cathy-Jo Cinanni, 33, Skowhegan, theft.
Roy Kennedy, 44, Skowhegan, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, criminal mischief, refusing to submit to arrest.
Gerard Latham, 48, Pittsfield, aggravated assault, domestic violence assault, violating conditions of release.
Erik Bickmore, 23, Cambridge, domestic violence criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, domestic violence assault, obstructing the report of a crime, possession of Schedule Z drug.
Donald Roderick, 36, Skowhegan, trafficking in prison contraband, possession of Schedule W drugs.