AUGUSTA — Numerous people were indicted on drug trafficking, assault and other charges recently by a Kennebec County grand jury.

An indictment is not a determination of guilt but indicates there is enough evidence to proceed with formal charges and a trial.

Indictments issued last week included:

• Daniel D. Ackerley, 35, of Winthrop, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (cocaine base) unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (cocaine), and criminal forfeiture, of $555, March 17 in Winthrop.

• Tammy L. Bass, 49, of Benton, theft by unauthorized taking, Nov. 2, 2020, in Waterville.

• Jaci A. Beane, 27, of Augusta, theft by deception, between July 2, 2020, and Feb. 2, 2021, in Augusta.

• Jayde Brann, 19, of Augusta, theft by deception, theft by unauthorized taking, and violation of condition of release, between Dec. 4 and Dec. 11, 2020, in Augusta, and theft by unauthorized taking, between Dec. 4, 2020, and Jan. 11, 2021, in Manchester and/or Winthrop.

• Dylan A. Brown, 29, of Madison, unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs (heroin), unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (LSD), May 5 in Waterville.

• Mike O. Calcano, 20, of Salem, Massachusetts, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), April 11 in Clinton, and two counts of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (cocaine), April 11 in Clinton.

• James N. Clifford, 54, of Augusta, failure to comply with duty under the Sex Offender and Registration and Notification Act, May 14 in Augusta.

• Beau D. Cornish, 41, of Augusta, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), illegal possession of hypodermic apparatuses, and violation of conditions of release, April 9 in Waterville.

• Peter V. Corson, 55, of Clinton, theft by unauthorized taking, Feb. 25 in Waterville.

• Devon Joseph Decato, 28, of Gardiner, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (cocaine base), April 3 in Augusta.

• Andrew Howard Dyer Jr., 36, of Albion, unlawful furnishing of scheduled drugs (methamphetamine), Feb. 24 in Waterville.

• Renee M. Gradie, 50, of Waterville, theft by unauthorized taking, between Nov. 5, 2020, and Dec. 9, 2020, in Augusta.

• Christian Cody Greaves, 26, of Waterville, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and assault, Dec. 30, 2020, in Waterville.

• Daniel A. Groover, 47, of Augusta, aggravated criminal mischief, March 16 in Augusta.

• Douglas William Hanson, 45, of Augusta, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (methamphetamine), and violation of conditions of release, May 18 in Mount Vernon.

• Collin Gregory Hellmuth, 28, of Waterville, eluding an officer, criminal speed, driving to endanger, violation of condition of release, refusing to submit to arrest, operating without a license and operating an unregistered vehicle, April 24 in West Gardiner.

• Flint H. Irwin, 33, of Richmond, two counts aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (methamphetamine), violation of condition of release, and criminal forfeiture, of $6,971, April 16 in Waterville.

• Joshua J. Judkins, 36, of Chelsea, operating after revocation and violation of condition of release, Sept. 2, 2020, in Chelsea.

• Meghan Kerr, 22, of Augusta, aggravated assault, violation of condition of release and criminal mischief, May 11 in Augusta.

• Aaron M. Knight, 37, of Chelsea, aggravated assault, May 14 in Chelsea.

• Robert C. Lacroix, 33, of Waterville, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (cocaine base), refusing to submit to arrest, and violation of condition of release, May 17 in Waterville.

• James T. Lynch, 56, of Waterville, theft by unauthorized taking, July 12, 2020, in Waterville.

• Andrew Lee Maheu, 34, of Waterville, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), and theft by unauthorized taking, Oct. 17, 2020, in Waterville.

• Joshua R. Mckechnie, 38, of Augusta, terrorizing with a dangerous weapon, two counts of aggravated criminal mischief, violation of a protective order, and violation of condition of release, May 17 in Waterville.

• Edward D. Mejia, 23, of Peabody, Massachusetts, aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), April 11 in Clinton, two counts of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (cocaine), and falsifying physical evidence, April 11 in Clinton.

• Derek J. Peaslee, 31, of Augusta, domestic violence assault, obstructing the report of a crime or injury, and criminal mischief, May 11 in Augusta; and four counts of violation of condition of release, May 19-21 and 23, in Augusta.

• Samantha M. Perry, 28, of Waterville, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, Sept. 19, 2020, in Waterville.

• Steven E. Pomerleau, 51, of Troy, operating after revocation, March 22 in Waterville.

• Robert A. Seger Jr., 32, of Frankfort, theft of services, Aug. 17, 2020, in Waterville.

• Dennis Lee Shannon, 36, of Clinton, theft by unauthorized taking, March 5 in Waterville; theft by unauthorized taking, April 22 in Waterville; unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (fentanyl powder), May 7 in Waterville; and theft by unauthorized taking, Dec. 26, 2020, in Waterville.

• Kevin M. Swift Jr., 30, of West Gardiner, domestic violence stalking and violation of a protective order, between May 24 and May 27, in Gardiner.

• Tyler C. Watson, 30, of Skowhegan, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (cocaine base), refusing to submit to arrest, and violation of condition of release, May 19 in Waterville.

• Joseph A. Weymouth, 49, of Randolph, domestic violence terrorizing, and harassment by telephone or electronic communication device, April 27 in Augusta, and terrorizing, Feb. 20 in Augusta.

• Joel E. Williams Jr., 22, of Waterville, possession of sexually explicit materials, May 17, 2017, in Augusta.

• Ronald Eugene Wilson III., 44, of Augusta, aggravated assault and domestic violence criminal threatening, May 6 in Farmingdale.

• Elijah Seth Yeaton, 28, of Augusta, domestic violence assault and domestic violence criminal threatening, March 31 in Waterville.

• Jacob S. York, 30, of Oakland, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, April 2 in Waterville.

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