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Grand jury indicts three men in Enfield home invasion case

BANGOR – Three men accused of assaulting a couple with a spiked baseball bat during a home invasion in Enfield on Sept. 11 were indicted Monday by the Penobscot County grand jury.

David J. Michaud, a transient, Daniel D. McComb, 22, of Lincoln, and Scott A. Lord, 41, of West Enfield each were indicted on two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of robbery and one count of burglary. McComb was indicted on an additional charge of burglary of a motor vehicle.

All three remain at the Penobscot County Jail in Bangor, unable to make bail.

They are scheduled to be arraigned on Oct. 27 in Penobscot County Superior Court.

If convicted, each man faces up to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $50,000 on the robbery charges alone.

The trio allegedly broke into a Dodlin Road residence shortly before dawn Sept. 11. The man and woman told police that at least two men with T-shirts wrapped around their faces had kicked in their front door and assaulted them in their bedroom.

Michaud allegedly hit both of them with a baseball bat with spikes in it. The man and woman were treated for head injuries and puncture wounds at Penobscot Valley Hospital in Lincoln and then released.

McComb was arrested on the evening of the alleged assault and Lord was arrested two days later.

Michaud was on the lam for two weeks before police arrested him at a remote camp in Bradford where he was staying with Megan Verrill, 22, of Holden, whom he had dated.

Verrill has not been charged, Michael Roberts, deputy district attorney for Penobscot County, said Monday.

Others indicted by the grand jury included:

Paula Adler, 42, Panama City, Fla., failure to appear.

Melissa Alvarez, 22, Bangor, three counts of burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Keith C. Ashton, 34, Bangor, two counts of criminal threatening, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, terrorizing.

Shawn Audibert, 35, residence unknown, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Joseph Bailey, 27, Bangor aggravated assault, aggravated criminal trespass.

Barry R. Bard, 42, Milford, two counts of operating after revocation, violation of condition of release.

David Ellis Chapman, 24, Bangor, unauthorized use of property, operating after revocation, burglary of a motor vehicle, driving to endanger.

Chad M. Charters, 21, Levant, theft by unauthorized taking.

Robert M. Cohen, 19, Corinna, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking.

Paul R. Cote, 21, Ellsworth, operating after revocation, criminal operating under the influence of intoxicants.

David M. Craig, 22, Bangor, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Taylor M. Cummings, 18, Dixmont, criminal operating under the influence of intoxicants, violation of condition of release, unauthorized use of property, operating after suspension.

Donna Dray, 38, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs.

Michaelle Lee Duell, 24, Bangor, failure to appear.

Christopher M. Dupuis, 21, Bangor, aggravated assault, aggravated criminal trespass.

Daniel Dwelley, 19, Bangor, aggravated assault, aggravated criminal trespass.

Andre M. Evans, 24, New York, N.Y., aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, two counts of criminal forfeiture.

Stephen C. Fessenden, 49, Bangor, failure to appear.

Alan P. Fournier, 36, Charleston, criminal threatening, assault, criminal mischief, violation of condition of release.

Rachel Erin Gardner, 21, Brewer, theft by unauthorized taking.

Daniel Gaskell, 45, Bangor, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs.

Ryan E. Gaudet, 21, Bangor, two counts of criminal threatening, carrying a concealed weapon.

Shane C. Goggins, 30, Bangor, aggravated assault, aggravated criminal trespass.

James Gray, 41, Bangor, four counts of gross sexual assault.

Edward S. Greeley II, 20, Raymond, burglary.

Bobby Jo Hafford, 26, Brewer, six counts of burglary and seven counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Sandra Hanson, aka Sandra H. Koehler, 43, Bangor, criminal operating under the influence of intoxicants, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, operating after suspension.

Daniel W. Hatch, 26, Veazie, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs.

Robert P. Lancaster, 32, Kingman, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking, violation of a protective order, criminal mischief.

Joshua Mackin, 20, Brewer, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking.

James E. McAllian, 30, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking, violation of condition of release.

Benjamin McCue, 20, Jackson, two counts of assault on an officer, two counts of refusing to submit to arrest, violation of condition of release.

Barry A. McKinney, 29, Bangor, operating after revocation, violation of condition of release.

Chester Moholland, 55, Bangor, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, violation of condition of release.

Cynthia Moore, 50, Bangor, two counts of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs.

Shawn M. Nick, 19, Garland, aggravated forgery.

Robert H. Norris Jr., 34, Mattawamkeag, assault on an officer, assault, violation of condition of release.

Mark Pardue, 43, Prentiss, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs.

Wyatt E. Parker, 44, Carmel, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking.

Beau S. Pelletier, 23 Trenton, failure to appear.

Jason R. Phillips, 22 Hermon, failure to appear.

Heidi M. Pullen, 24, Dexter, theft by unauthorized taking.

Christopher J. Roderick, 31, Bangor, six counts of burglary, seven count of theft by unauthorized taking.

Gary N. Sibley, 54, Old Town, negotiating a worthless instrument.

Karen Smock aka Karen McKenzie, 44, Bangor, two counts of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs.

Matthew Spencer, 18, Milford, theft by unauthorized taking, burglary.

Nicole Spencer, 20, Milford, burglary.

Brian J. Stevens, 21, Bradford, operating after revocation.

James L. Story, 28, Carmel, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking.


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