Pair arrested in Washington incident get justice in Sixth District Court
Rockland — Two suspects from a Crystal Lake Road incident in Washington Oct. 17 appeared in Sixth District Court in Rockland Oct. 19.
Felicia Glidden, 19, of Washington pleaded not guilty to Judge Susan Sparaco on a new count of violating condition of release and entered a denial for an old case of a motion to revoke bail.
Lawyer for the day for the defense, Jeremy Pratt, asked for a trial date as soon as possible.
Sparaco said the violation of condition of release is a Class E offense with up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Assistant District Attorney Jeff Baroody asked for $1,000 cash bail on the new VCR case.
A hearing was set for Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 10:30 a.m.
Meanwhile, Frank Maddocks, 41, of Appleton, was in court on a charge of failure to pay a fine.
The two had been arrested after an incident on Crystal Lake Road in Washington on Oct. 17 at about 10:20 p.m..
Knox County deputies had responded to a suspicious complaint on Crystal Lake Road, and called in assistance from a Maine State Police trooper and officers from Camden police, Rockport police and Waldoboro police, along with deputies from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, which responded with a K-9 to assist locating the subjects that ran into the woods
Upon the deputies arrival, the officers discovered many people outside the residence. Three people ran into the woods and Glidden, who was known to be wanted on bail conditions, was taken into custody immediately, according to the Knox County Sheriff's Office. She was eventually placed under arrest for violation of conditions of release.
After a brief search, Maddocks was located by the K-9 team from Lincoln County and arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines.
The other two were not located, but pending further investigation, more charges may be brought against others involved.
Maddocks said in court Friday that he got out of prison in February after 14 months and that he had no money to pay the $770 he owes in fines.
Sparaco set bail at $140 cash, which Maddocks may apply to his fine provided he shows up for court. She also urged him to get a lawyer, and set a court date for Thursday, Nov. 1 at 1 p.m.
She reminded Maddocks that he had owed the fines for two years and that he had to "persuade" her that he was serious about payment.
"Your not paying could be viewed as contempt," she said.
She told him that if he failed to appear for his court date he would forfeit the $140 bail.
Courier Publications reporter George Chappell can be reached at 207-594-4401, ext. 117, or by email at email@example.com.