Grand Jury Indictments October 2017

AROOSTOOK COUNTY, Maine On October 5, 2017, the Aroostook County Grand Jury completed its 10th session of 2017 and handed down 29 indictments against 28 individuals with 0 “no bills”.

The indictments included 51 year old Sylvia Hamilton of Cross Lake. Hamilton was arrested in connection with a camp being vandalized. Police said that nothing was stolen, but the camps were heavily damaged with broken windows, destruction of personal property and spray painted grafitti. Hamilton was indicted on burglary and aggravated criminal mischief x 2.

24 year old Nathan Love of Minot was indicted on eluding, OUI, criminal speeding, reckless conduct and driving to endanger. In August, police clocked a vehicle travelling close to 115 mph on Interstate 95. According to police the driver refused to stop when troopers tried to pull him over. Police continued to chase the vehicle on I-95 at speeds of well over 100 mph until it exited the highway at Island Falls. Police said the car turned onto Route 159 and traveled a short distance before the driver lost control and crashed on a sharp turn.

Also indicted was 39 year old Christopher Cyr of Easton. In August, State police said they received a report that owners of a local farm stand in Blaine had their cash box damaged and the money stolen from it. Police learned that several farms stands in the Central Aroostook area had their cash boxes broken into and the money stolen from them. During the investigation surveillance footage obtained from some of the farm stands helped lead to an arrest. Cyr was indicted on criminal mischief x 4 and theft with priors x 4.

The full list is in the PDF attached to this article.