SKOWHEGAN — A Canaan couple arrested in March on charges they allegedly kicked in the door at the home of another couple, assaulted them and fled with their 4-year-old son has been indicted by a Somerset County grand jury.

Emily Hartley, 19, and her fiancé, Justin Baker, 22, are charged separately in the indictments.

Hartley and Baker are charged with felony burglary, felony criminal trespass and felony criminal restraint for allegedly taking the child. They are charged additionally with two counts each of assault and one count of criminal mischief. The events are alleged to have taken place March 24 in Canaan.

The events triggered a report of a domestic disturbance on Hinckley Road in Canaan. The police report stated that Hartley and Baker allegedly had taken the 4-year-old boy by force, while physically assaulting the child’s parents.

Five county deputies responded to the report, discovering that the child had been taken to a home on Easy Street in Canaan. Hartley reportedly told investigators that she suspected, but had no proof, “that something bad may have happened to the child in the past and she made the decision to go get the child.”

An indictment is not a finding of guilt, but is a determination that there is enough evidence in a case to proceed with trial.

Others indicted last week by the grand jury were:

• David Sincyr, 56, of Skowhegan, charged with two counts of felony trafficking in scheduled drugs — cocaine base and heroin — April 5 in Skowhegan.

• Angel C. Pacheco, 46, of Waterbury, Connecticut, charged with two counts of felony aggravated trafficking in cocaine and heroin, two counts of possession of cocaine and heroin and criminal forfeiture of $4,240 in cash, all on or about April 5 in Skowhegan.

• Davon Bell, 32, of Rochester, New York, charged with felony aggravated trafficking in cocaine, felony possession of cocaine base and criminal forfeiture of $2,240 in cash, March 30 in Skowhegan.

• Nicole L. Morse, 32, of Skowhegan, charged with felony aggravated trafficking in cocaine, felony possession of cocaine base and criminal forfeiture of $2,240 in cash, March 30 in Skowhegan.

• James D. McInnis, 37, of Madison, charged with felony possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, Nov. 17, in Madison. McInnis was convicted of robbery in January 2008.

• John D. Pierce, 52, of North Anson, charged with one count of felony unlawful furnishing of morphine, Dec. 8, 2017.

• Stephen D. Brown, 34, of Pittsfield, charged with felony trafficking in Fentanyl, possession of Fentanyl and criminal forfeiture of $8,000, March 16 in Pittsfield.

• Brandee Amy Lewis, 22, of Palmyra, charged with one count of felony theft at Wright’s General Store, March 23 in Hartland. She has two previous theft convictions.

• Ethan N.R. Brown, 19, of Anson, charged with felony aggravated criminal operating under the influence, criminal OUI and operating without a license, Sept. 15, 2017, in Madison.

• Cody James Berry, 27, of Corinna, charged with felony aggravated forgery and felony operating after license revocation, May 19, 2017, in St. Albans.

• Heather S. Haley, 31, of Anson, charged with felony failure to report to jail March 9 on a conviction for unauthorized use of property.

• Guillaume Dube-Demers, 31, of Canada, charged with felony trafficking in the drug MDMA, April 12 in Sandy Bay Township.

• David J. Wilson, 47, of Jackman, charged with felony criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, Sept. 30, 2017, in Jackman.

Doug Harlow — 612-2367

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