Rockport man facing multiple charges to remain in jail

By George Chappell | Dec 26, 2012

Rockland — A 30-year-old Rockport man facing charges ranging from possession of a concealed weapon, violating a condition of release to operating under the influence is likely to remain in jail pending a February hearing, his attorney told the judge in District Court Dec. 24.

Christopher Kimball made an initial appearance before Judge Susan Sparaco on eight new charges. Kimball was represented by lawyer for a day Jeremy Pratt and prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Christopher Fernald.

In a discussion over bail, Pratt said his client would be represented by attorney Justin Andrus of Topsham in future proceedings.

Pratt said the discussion of bail was moot because Kimball will stay at the Knox County Jail until his hearing on Feb. 27, when he is scheduled to appear on a motion to revoke bail from previous charges.

Charges against Kimball include two counts of eluding an officer, a felony, refusal to submit to arrest, operating after license suspension, and probation violation.

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