BANGOR, Maine — A Greenbush man accused of causing his brother’s death while driving drunk earlier this year was indicted Wednesday on one count each of manslaughter and aggravated operating under the influence of intoxicants by the Penobscot County grand jury.

Nicholas Spencer, 22, was arrested June 14 after he turned himself in when he learned a warrant had been issued for his arrest.

Spencer was released from the Penobscot County Jail two days later on $10,000 cash bail, jail personnel said Wednesday.

He is expected to be arraigned at the Penobscot Judicial Center on Aug. 2.

Spencer was driving on County Road in Milford at a high rate of speed on Feb. 24 when he lost control of his vehicle and struck a telephone pole and a large rock, Chief Deputy William Sheehan of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement released at the time.

Spencer’s brother Matthew Spencer, 28, also of Greenbush, was pronounced dead at the scene. Nicholas Spencer suffered life-threatening injuries, and a second passenger, Samuel Ketch, then 29, of Milford, suffered minor injuries.

If convicted, Spencer faces up to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $50,000 on the manslaughter charge.

In an unrelated case, Kailie A. Brackett, 32, of Calais was indicted Wednesday on two counts of robbery and one count each of eluding an officer, trafficking in prison contraband, endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, driving to endanger and theft by unauthorized taking.

Brackett remained Wednesday at the Penobscot County Jail unable to post $50,000 cash bail, according to jail personnel.

She is accused of robbing the Circle K on Route 1A in Holden on April 1, according to a previously published report. Brackett allegedly tried to elude a police officer who attempted to pull her over for motor vehicle violations after she robbed the store.

Brackett reportedly had her 2-year-old son in the car with her.

If convicted on the most serious charge of Class A robbery, which includes the use of a weapon, Brackett faces up to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $50,000.

Also indicted Wednesday were:

David Babcock, 29, Carmel, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Joshue Berry, 34, Bangor, operating after revocation.

Lance Bradford, 29, Bangor, domestic violence assault, three counts of assault, criminal threatening, criminal restraint, criminal mischief, violation of condition of release.

Casey M. Brooks, 34, Bradley, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Ivers D. Cardwell Jr., 35, Bangor, aggravated assault, violation of condition of release, violation of a protective order.

Andrew Chalila, 25, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking.

Wyatt Chapdelaine, 20, Bangor, assault on an officer.

Barry Chick, 31, Bangor, two counts of aggravated assault, violation of condition of release.

Lynn H. Cook, 51, Bangor, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, failure to appear.

Benjamin J. Cyr, 39, Milford, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, burglary of a motor vehicle.

Gabriel Estella, 30, Bangor, two counts of violation of condition of release.

Stewart B. Gramlich, 29, Bangor, reckless conduct with a firearm.

Lewis R. Green Jr., 52, Dexter, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, operating after revocation, criminal operating under the influence of intoxicants.

Shayna Hewett, 24, Milford, aggravated assault, domestic violence assault.

Mario R. Kent, 63, Bangor, arson.

Jason M. Kimball, 29, Woodville, arson, domestic violence terrorizing, obstructing report of crime or injury, domestic violence assault.

Brian L. Landry, 33, East Millinocket, theft by unauthorized taking, burglary of a motor vehicle.

Andrew Langley, 20, Bangor, aggravated assault.

Dwayne A. Madore, 53, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking.

Chelsea McClenthen, 25, Bangor, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking, criminal mischief, refusing to submit to arrest, failure to give correct name.

Lewis M. Moores, 52, Old Town, violation of sex offender registration.

Sean Murphy, 25, Brewer, unlawful operating of a methamphetamine lab, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.

Monique Nichols, 24, Hudson, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, illegal importation of scheduled drugs, criminal forfeiture.

Joseph Paul, 23, Levant, robbery, aggravated assault, theft by unauthorized taking.

Isiah Phillips, 19, Dexter, unlawful sexual contact.

Tasha Rodgers, aka Tasha Cole, 27, Veazie, theft by unauthorized taking.

Robert J. Seeley, 33, Stetson, two counts of unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs, possession of scheduled drugs.

Deborah St. Louis, aka Deborah Allen-St. Louis, 32, Brewer, trafficking in prison contraband, three counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.

David L. Violette, 44, Brewer, failure to report.

Isaac Wentworth-Robbins, 21, Brewer, assault, escape, refusing to submit to arrest.