SKOWHEGAN — A Waterville man has been indicted by a Somerset County grand jury charges of visual sexual aggression against a child.

Dana Nelson Jr., 34, of Elm Street, is charged with exposing his genitals to a girl under 12, or causing the girl to expose her genitals to him, in August in Pittsfield.

Nelson is also charged with two counts of exposing himself in a public place, also in Pittsfield, in June and in August, according to court documents.

The charge allegedly involving the young girl — visual sexual aggression against a child — is a class C felony, punishable by up to five years in prison. The other two charges are for indecent conduct and are misdemeanors, punishable by less than a year in jail.

An indictment is not a finding of guilt, but rather a conclusion by the grand jury that there is enough evidence against a defendant to proceed with a trial in Superior Court.

Also indicted by the grand jury was Kevin Huffer, 51, of Pittsfield. He is charged by the grand jury with terrorizing, domestic violence assault and domestic violence terrorizing, all Sept. 18 in Pittsfield.

Huffer allegedly threatened to shoot a female member of his household and police officers when they arrived. The terrorizing charge is a Class C felony. The other two charges are misdemeanors.

Also indicted were:

* Randy Boivin, 30, of Waterville, charged with operating after revocation, Oct. 22 in Fairfield.

* Eugene Hutchins, 52, of North Anson, charged with trafficking in scheduled drugs, criminal forfeiture, furnishing scheduled drugs and possession of scheduled drugs, July 15 in North Anson.

* Martin Leblanc, 43, of Bangor, charged with receiving stolen property, Dec. 18, 2010, in Skowhegan.

* Nicholas Smith, 29, of Madison, charged with operating after revocation, Sept. 30 in Madison.

Doug Harlow — 612-2367

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