AUGUSTA — A Belgrade mother pleaded guilty to a charge of child endangerment in a case where her son walked about five miles from the home before being found by a school administrator who helped pull him from a stream.

Under an agreement worked out between the Kennebec County district attorney’s office and a defense attorney, Melissa L. Godin, 32, can withdraw that plea and the charge would be dismissed if she complies with conditions of a 12-month deferred disposition.

Her son, a preteen with special needs, was found wandering on Wings Mills Road near the Long Pond storage dam in Mount Vernon in late April. Patricia Stanton, dean of students at Maranacook Community School, was heading to work about 6 a.m. when she saw the boy. She and another motorist stopped to assist him.

The boy couldn’t give his name, but Maine State Trooper Diane Perkins-Vance recognized him and brought him home.

Conditions of the deferred disposition in Kennebec County Superior Court require that Godin not leave the boy unattended and that she comply with Department of Health and Human Services recommendations and requirements, “continue to maintain alarms and visual ‘stop signs’ on all outside doors to the residence, and maintain all locks in working order.”

Godin was represented by attorney Stephen Bourget.

Also sentenced recently in Kennebec County Superior Court:

• Jason L. Brunelle, 30, of Augusta, possession of scheduled drug March 18 in Augusta; 90 day jail sentence concurrent with a six month probation revocation, $400 fine.

• Anthony Hawkins, 22, of Augusta, eluding an officer and operating under the influence Nov. 2 and theft of services May 16, all in Augusta; five year jail sentence, all but six months suspended, two years probation, $500 fine and 150 day license suspension. The sentence is concurrent to a probation revocation.

• Daryl Kirt Hersom, 35, of Litchfield, criminal trespass Dec. 26, 2012, in Monmouth, $200 fine.

• Mitchell Macarthur, 25, of Fairfield, theft and criminal trespass Nov. 4 in Waterville; 364 day jail sentence, all but four days suspended, one year administrative release, $300 restitution.

• Caleb B. Rossignol, 20, of Pittsfield/Burnham, theft by receiving stolen property and theft by unauthorized use of property May 9 in Waterville; two year jail sentence, all suspended, two years probation and $2,775 restitution. The sentence is concurrent to a nine month probation revocation.

• Robert Edward Suveges Jr., 58, of Biddeford, domestic violence assault June 29 and violating conditions of release between June 30 and July 8, all in Augusta; four year jail sentence, all but one year suspended, two years probation.

Betty Adams — 621-5631

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