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St. David man indicted on charges stemming from October 2019 crash

A St. David man has been indicted by the Aroostook County grand jury in January on multiple charges stemming from an alleged drunk driving crash in Madawaska last year.

 

According to the Madawaska Police Department, the incident occurred after Madawaska police received a 911 call just after 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 11, 2019,  from a female who said that Jordyn L. Cote, 30, was allegedly intoxicated and was refusing to let her and her 7-year-old son out of his vehicle driving on Lake Shore Road.

Police headed for the scene, but soon received word that Cote had let the passengers out of the vehicle.

Police looked for Cote in the surrounding areas for nearly two hours before they decided to head back to town.

As Officer Garrett Albert was heading back to town on Gagnon Road, he came upon Cote driving in the wrong lane, which almost caused a head-on collision.

After Albert drove off the road to avoid the accident, he turned his car around to chase Cote’s vehicle. Less than two minutes from that encounter, Albert arrived at the crash scene where Cote had been ejected from his vehicle.

Cote was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

He was indicted by an Aroostook County grand jury for eluding an officer, criminal operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal speed.

Other indictments included:

Christopher B. Skidgel, 38, Washburn, burglary, theft.

Eva Marie Long, 38, Washburn, unlawful trafficking scheduled drugs.

Taylor K. Lovely, 32, Mapleton, aggravated assault, assault, terrorizing, violation of conditions of release.

Daryl E. Doody, 41, Woodland, possession of a firearm by a felon.

Nikolas B. Martin-Sackett, 30, Caribou, possession of sexually explicit materials.

Amanda M. Conroy, 40, Mapleton, forgery, theft, violation of conditions of release, theft by deception.

Melinda R. Morrow, 31, Presque Isle, theft.

Jesse C. Parker, 34, Mapleton, unlawful furnishing of drugs.

Joseph Tardiff, 25, Blaine, unlawful possession of drugs.

Alexis J. Sinclair, 20, Presque Isle, theft.

Christopher Prest, 27, Woodland, domestic violence assault, obstructing report of a crime, criminal restraint, operating motor vehicle without a license.

Travis Styles, 30, Presque Isle, domestic violence assault, tampering with a victim. 

Charles Robinson, 39, Sheridan, theft, violation of conditions of release.

Chad R. Bouchard, 29, Connor, theft, violation of conditions of release.

Jack B. Williams, 30, Presque Isle, unlawful trafficking of drugs, violation of conditions of release.

Tonya L. Rasmussen, 45, Fort Fairfield, unlawful trafficking of drugs.

Ted E. Ivey Jr., 39, Houlton, aggravated trafficking scheduled drugs.

Ares J. Rattray, 22, Charleston, unlawful trafficking scheduled drugs.

Joshua V. Burgos, 38, Cary, eluding a police officer, criminal operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, operating motor vehicle after license suspension, driving ATV to endanger.

Aimee Bard, 41, Houlton, theft.

John A. McBreairty, 27, Caribou, operating motor vehicle after license revocation.

Daniel T. Moutinho, 34, Limestone, theft.

Matthew C. McGlinn, 31, Mapleton, domestic violence criminal threatening with dangerous weapon.

Joshua A. Martin, 32, Connor,  domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing, criminal mischief.

Rocky L. Hill Jr., 44, Mapleton, receiving stolen property.

Robert W. Dobbins Jr., Caribou, attempted burglary of a motor vehicle (two counts),  violation of conditions of release, burglary.

Jason J. Kirschmann, 37, Hamlin, arson, aggravated criminal mischief.

Benjamin R. Adams, 44, Mapleton, violation of conditions of release (two counts).

Lance J. Labreck 24, Hamlin, eluding a police officer, operating motor vehicle after license suspension, criminal speed, improper plates, driving to endanger, violation of conditions of release.

Brandon L. Boyd, 36, Presque Isle, trafficking in prison contraband.

Mark Crouch, (town and date of birth not provided),  tampering with a victim, violation of conditions of release (five counts).

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