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Biddeford Journal Tribune Weekend (Newspaper) - April 8, 1989, Biddeford, Maine The county District court Public safety grand jury indictments Springvale the following cases were recently heard at District court Arthur v. Woodworth 65. Of Seabrook ., driving under the influence oui nov. 2, 1973 in Limerick fined $150 Dennis r. Home. 27. Of North Berwick oui oct 7 in Berwick $500 Fine seven Days in jail six months probation License suspended one year reckless conduct sept 19 in Berwick filed without charges. A filed charge carries no finding of guilt or innocence but May be referred to in future court appearances Barry l Hutchins. 36, of East Lebanon olt. Dec 9 in Alfred. $350 Fine 48 hours in jail License suspended 90 Days. Albert r Skowronski 40, of Milton Mills ., olt feb 2 in Sanford. $350 Fine. 48 hours in jail License suspended 90 Days Rose Marie g. Ferrandi 27, of Salisbury Mas conspiracy to traffic in prison contraband dec. 24 in Alfred to Days in jail. George Spencer 26, of Sanford operating afer suspension Oas feb 9 in Sanford fined $100 Mark s Winters 25, of Kezar Falls violation of Protection from abuse order Jan 20 in Sanford 48 hours in jail six months probation violation of Protection from abuse order March 30 in Sanford continued until april 26 for sentencing Owen w. Gilpatrick 28 of Sanford Possession of marijuana. Jan. 31 in North Berwick filed with $50 court costs Arnold d Wilcox. 19. Of North Berwick assault. Jan 21 in North Berwick filed with $50 court costs Mark a Gregoire 28. Of North Waterboro Oas feb. 19 in Waterboro fined $200 Paul Nadeau 17, of Sanford. Oas. March 2 in Waterboro fined $300 Kevin j. Braley 18, of Sanford receiving stolen property feb 26 in Sanford fined $100 criminal trespass feb 26 in Sanford fined $75. Michael Lewis 29. Of Sanford assault feb 27 in Sanford continued until june 21 for sentencing Toby t. Meloon 18. Of Berwick passing a stopped school bus with its lights flashing. Feb 14 in Berwick fined $250 mar Pouliot 30, of Berwick assault feb 20 in Berwick one year probation counselling. 30 Days in jail suspended Raymond j. Cardin 21, of Rochester ., Oas feb 26 in Lebanon fined $100. Linda r Mckenney 39, of Arlington. Massias. March 9 in Sanford fined $100 divorces Springvale a the following divorces were recently granted at District court Laura a Malloch of Sanford from Wendell e Malloch of Biddeford. They were married May 17, 1986, in East Lebanon. Ruth Ann Gerald of Wells from Wayne s Gerald of Sanford they were married aug 7, 1982, in Sanford Dale Dunnells of Limerick from Doralee Dunnells of Alfred shared custody of one minor child shared physical residence weekdays with the Mother and weekends with the father father will pay $28 weekly child support. They were married sept. 26 1987, in Cornish scout Leader Given 3 years probation Saco a a former boy scout Leader has been sentenced to three years in prison for having unlawful sexual Contact with two 8-year-old boys Between 1982 and 1986 Bernard Fogarty 44. Pled guilty by information to three counts of class d unlawful sexual Contact last week he was sentenced by York county Superior court Justice William s Brodrick to one year of prison and Coe year of probation on each charge with All but six months and one Day of the prison term suspended according to assistant District attorney Chris pazar. Fogarty of 9 Cherryfield ave pleaded guilty on a plea agreement he said the state was nearing the six year statute of limitations on admission of evidence and offered to reduce the charge from a class c felony to a class d Misdemeanour Brodrick also ordered Fogarty to undergo counselling and to reimburse the two victims both Saco residents for All counselling expenses they incur Fogarty s jail sentence was stayed until May 15 a a move that angered the Mother of one of the boys a it seems like the victims have no rights at the Mother said she declined to be identified. The Mother added her son has suffered severe psychological trauma which has seriously affected his school performance according to the Superior court indictment Fogarty a boy scout Leader in 1984 and 1985 and former air Force officer had sexual Contact with one of the two victims in fall 1982, May 1985 and May 1986 car Accident Sanford a Michael d. Bacon 43, of red i Box 827, rolled his 1983 Chevrolet Over wednesday at 6 29 on route 4 police reported that Bacon fell asleep hit the shoulder and went across the Road rolling the car onto its roof there was an estimated $3,500 in damage warrant arrest Sanford George Joseph Moreau 32. Of 59 High St., was arrested wednesday at 7 23 . On Beulah Street on an outstanding warrant for failure to pay fines additional information was unavailable criminal mischief Sanford Roger e Lister of route 202 reported to police that someone in a four wheel drive vehicle Tore up about 600 feet of residential Field behind his Home some time tuesday. Damage is estimated at $400 shoplifting Biddeford Kelly a Curit 20. Of route 5, North Waterboro was cited for theft at la 50 thursday at Stuart s according to the police report. Curit allegedly tried to leave the department store without paying for $19 98 in merchandise she is scheduled to appear in District court on May 9 assault Biddeford a 16-year-old Biddeford resident was assaulted on Graham Street at around 7 thursday. According to the police report the boy was walking along the Street when two men drove up to him jumped out of their car and asked Why he was shouting obscenities at them when he told them he Hadnot said anything one of the men punched him in the face according to the report Accident j Saco a a 1987 Chevrolet driven by Michelle j. Farda 19, of 117 summer St., Biddeford sustained an estimated $1,500 damage in a one car Accident on main Street at 10 15 a m. Wednesday. Neither Farda nor her passengers Brothers Donald. 20, and Thomas 17. Were injured. Oui artist Biddeford Edward p Myshrall. 30. Of 188 Elm St. Was arrested at 12 45 a m. Friday on main Street and charged with driving while drunk olt. He was also cited for driving with a suspended License Oas. He is scheduled to appear in District court on May 9 Burola i 15/th efts old Orchard Beach two burglaries resulting in the theft of items Worth More than $2,500, were reported in an apartment building at 60 Fern ave. Wednesday. According to the police reports both thefts were discovered monday but neither was reported until wednesday when the apartment House was broken into again John Desimone of ferry Road. Saco reported someone broke into his apartment and stole a stereo speaker 150 feet of Copper pipe and television Cable controls the total value was $400 Roger Lavoie of Guinea Road Kennebunkport reported someone stole assorted tools valued at $2,227, from his apartment. Theft Biddeford a Tammy Towne of 19 Marblehead Lane reported someone entered her apartment around noon wednesday and stole $300 from her purse according to the police report the thief entered through an unlocked Side door while Towne had stepped outside for a few minutes purse theft Saco a Norma Lynn Danielson of 141 Alfred St. Biddeford reported her purse was taken from her car parked in the lot at ferry Beach state Park sometime wednesday afternoon the purse and its contents were valued at $476 assault trafficking among indictments handed Down murderer no More than a neighbor annual membership meeting Ocean com Muni i e s i i i Kaiki of i Union sunday april 9 a 2-4 . Biddeford High Steve White gym Maplewood ave., Biddeford report of operations election of directors a gifts amp prizes by Eric Wicklund staff writer Scarborough state police Friday released a statement saying they had determined that Joseph s Campbell who killed a couple and himself on March 26 was Little More than a next door Neighbour to his victims. Yet for some unknown reason the 21-year-old Scarborough High school graduate shot and killed Edward and Judith ustic of 69 Gorham Road in their Home he then killed himself according to a statement released Friday by Captain Reynold j Lamontagne. Head of the state police criminal division the most Contact Campbell had with the rustics was a an occasional hello As neighbors a a unfortunately for the rustics Quot the statement read a they lived next door to a confused and troubled Young Man who broke into their Home and killed two innocent people a a police have confirmed that . Flanagan a Buffet s695 All you can eat 144 main St., Saco 282-1617 Campbell who worked at Bayley s lobster Pound on Pine Point terrorized a woman in Portland Early that evening. Campbell then went to his House at 71 Gorham Road the statement said wrote a suicide note and attached it to the front of the family s refrigerator Campbell s parents were away for the weekend Campbell s actions after leaving the suicide note were listed in the statement As follows a he lined up a stockpile of ammunition and two High powered rifles in his bedroom a armed with a 12-gauge Shotgun a Hunting knife and four pieces of rope he pried off a screen window and entered the Kitchen of the ustic Home this occurred during the Early morning hours of easter sunday a Campbell met Edward ustic. 31. On the staircase and shot him a in a downstairs bedroom Campbell struggled with Judith ustic during the struggle the gun went off striking Campbell in the left leg a Campbell then shot mrs ustic and used one of the pieces of rope As a Tourniquet for his leg a he then sat Down in a chair and shot himself. The bodies were discovered about 8 a m sunday. / r leave Home this sunday take your family with you to the Bull n claw sunday breakfast Buffet All you can eat Only $4.50 kids 40" to 56�?� tall 2.22 kids amt r 40" free probably the beet Felly myth in in t i the Bull amp claw route i Wells me 646-8467 Happy birthday Cathy love from dad mom John Jackie Jessica Norm Terry Cathy Carrie Jamie David Penny Chad Ashley and lit Fany r vol be spent a los i time cd Kati so a masterpiece. Ash is of it Saco Frame Center s annual needlepoint contest. Our annual needlepoint contest takes place april 15-april 30 free stretching material thru april 15 prizes Range from Sio to is of gift certificates in Ariel 11 inn m Kathi Merit ii wards will lie Knell. Rides we Emret hems xxx next. Saco Frame Center shop n Savi Puza u s it. I Saco 28z 03i8 mon., we Fri 9 30-5 30, tues., thurs. 9 30-7 00 sat. 10-2 i Alfred a the following indictments were handed Down this week by the York county grand jury Erie Lowell. 37, of Gray sexual abuse of a minor for january 1987 Hollis incident involving a teenage girl Arthur Burke sr., 69. Of Sanford unlawful sexual conduct with a 4-year-old girl in Sanford during the Winter of 1988. Mark d Mcnally 36, of Limington. Unlawful sexual Contact and two counts of assault against a 13-year-old girl in Limington during december 1988 Charles Chamberlain 46, of North Berwick unlawful sexual Contact March 19 in Berwick with a 6-year-old boy Aaron Rock 18, of Sanford and Aaron Good. 18, of Lebanon for a feb 13 incident against a Man in Sanford Rock was indicted on charges of Gross sexual misconduct and aggravated assault Good was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault. Niles h Gage Iii 23, of Saco aggravated assault for an oct. 8, 1988, incident in Saco Reginald Gilbert 35, of Biddeford on counts of aggravated assault criminal threatening and criminal mischief for a dec 20, 1988, incident in Biddeford Gordon Googoo 32. Of Biddeford for aggravated assault in Biddeford on March 13, 1989 Andrew Linteau 35. Of Kennebunk for aggravated assault assault and criminal mischief in Kennebunk on feb. 28 Michael Carey. 39. Of Springvale two counts of aggravated assault in Biddeford on dec. 20 Timothy Dehetre. 39. Of Wakefield. N.h., aggravated assault Jan 12 in Sanford William Crawford 26. Of Ogunquit aggravated assault in York feb. 7. Leo r Lavigne 35, of South Berwick receiving stolen property and trafficking in cocaine and marijuana in february Paul Harvey. 25 of South Berwick receiving stolen property same Date Gregory e Morrissey 43, Tat Stville vt., unlawful trafficking in cocaine and hashish in Ogunquit on feb 26. And Possession of a firearm by a Felon Gregory Martin. 24, of Tiverton r i., Anthony Martin 42, of Westport and Wayne Fontes 29, fall River mass., burglary and theft in Biddeford March 17 Randall Thurlow 29, of Buxton aggravated criminal mischief receiving stolen property theft and Possession of a firearm by a Felon in Buxton nov to Gregory Cabot. 34, of Norway aggravated criminal mischief in Buxton now to David Barrett. 18. Of Sanford habitual offender in Wells March 5 Michael Blanchard 27. Of old Orchard Beach two counts of habitual offender and two counts of unworn falsification from oct. 31. 1988. Through dec 20 1988 in old Orchard Beach Maurice Bouchie. 19, of South Portland burglary and theft feb 20 in Buxton Glenn Brackett 20, of Saco receiving stolen property and eluding a police officer in Kennebunk feb 19 John e Charbo Neault. 22. Of Biddeford and Noberto Raymond Brice. 29, of Biddeford burglary and theft in february in Hollis. Charbo Neault was additionally indicted for March 19 and 21 burglaries and thefts in Biddeford Robert j Cote 57, no listed address Possession of a firearm by a Felon March 6. Doris Fisher. 35. Of Biddeford four counts of negotiating a Worth less instrument dec 24, 1988 Mark Fortier 30. Of Biddeford habitual offender and failure to report an Accident feb. 14 in Biddeford. Michael Frenette 25. Of Biddeford. Robbery in Biddeford dec 27 James r. Hair 71, of Saco reckless conduct with a firearm Jan. I in Saco James Henaire 24. Of Kennebunk habitual offender and failure to Stop for a police officer feb. 20 in Biddeford William Kierstead. 36. Of Wells trafficking in cocaine in Kennebunk sept. 2. 1988 William Kirk. 23. Transient theft by deception and two counts of forgery Jan la in Saco. Brian Kline 22. Of Jappe town. Md., burglary and theft in Saco april 3 Lindy Latham. 23, of Waterboro habitual offender and operating under the influence dec 26, 1988 Michael Lee 18. Of Wells eluding a police officer operating after suspension and exceeding the posted Speed limit by 30 Miles per hour in Wells dec 23. 1988 Scott Mckenney. 27. Of Portland habitual offender and driving under the influence in Biddeford dec 31, 1988 Peter Merrill 19, of Biddeford habitual offender in old Orchard Beach dec. 17, 1988. Ricky Moses. 23. Of Saco habitual offender in Biddeford March 6. John a o Connor. 24. Last known address Buxton Possession of a firearm by a Felon nov. 21 David Ouellette 22. Of Skowhegan habitual offender in Biddeford Jan i. William Roberts 19. Of Biddeford burglary and theft in Biddeford March 5. Mark Roy. No age listed Biddeford. Assault and tampering with a witness on oct. 27, 1988 in Biddeford David Schmidt. 32. Of Biddeford habitual offender in Kennebunkport March 9. Mark Trafford 43, of Biddeford criminal mischief criminal trespassing and two counts of assault in old Orchard Beach dec. 2, 1988 Donald Vincent. 25. Of old Orchard Beach assault and assault on a police officer in old Orchard Beach March la. Vincent allegedly assaulted old Orchard Beach police officer Christian Carson Gerald Webber 27. Habitual offender and driving under the in fluence on dec. 17, 1988 Lawrence Weller 64. Of Saco aggravated criminal mischief in old Orchard Beach March 18 Charles Emery 49, of Somersworth. N.h., habitual offender and driving under the in fluence on april 5 Goodrich Ladd 42, of Berwick criminal threatening with a firearm feb 18 in Berwick Elizabeth Sullivan. 22. Of Rochester ., leaving the scene of a personal injury Accident july 19. 1988 in Lebanon Kyle Surette 23. Of Berwick theft and filing a false Public report in Berwick March 9, Danny Bruce 29. Of South Berwick receiving stolen property on March 3 Michael daily 22, of Haverhill mass habitual offender oct 28, 1988 in Ogunquit. Keith Deveau 21. Of Somersworth aggravated forgery unworn falsification driving under the influence and operating after suspension in York March 4. Kenneth Dunham. 25. Of York Beach habitual offender in York March 15 wanted wanted Homes w anted to apply new supreme Vinyl siding to Homes wanted to apply new supreme Vinyl siding with new fuel saving styrofoam by b f. 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