Five people were indicted Monday, Dec. 4, by a Knox County grand jury that met for less than a day.

Jon P. Baribeau, 48, Brunswick, felony attempted theft and a misdemeanor charge of attempted burglary of a motor vehicle. Baribeau is accused of trying to steal from an armored Brink's truck in Camden Aug. 28.

Police said a male suspect was wearing a bright yellow outfit that looked like a hazardous materials suit as well as a black face mask when he approached the Brink's armored truck and tried to open the rear door. The incident occurred in front of the Hannaford Supermarket in Camden and led to a lengthy search of the woods for the suspect.

William L. Deane Jr., 41, of Thomaston, was indicted for felony domestic violence criminal threatening Nov. 1 in Thomaston. The charge is a felony because he has an April 2017 conviction for domestic violence assault. Deane was also indicted Dec. 4 for domestic violence terrorizing, domestic violence assault, and criminal restraint.

Chad W. Salvas, 39, of Rockland, was indicted for two counts of felony theft and two counts of felony forgery. The charges allege that Salvas forged two checks and stole more than $1,000 from J&J Lobster in Rockland on March 18 and March 23.

Jacob Michael Carney, 26, Maine State Prison and formerly of Surry, was indicted for escape Aug. 16 in Warren. Carney walked away from the Bolduc Correctional Center in Warren and was apprehended later that evening by Rockland police.

Carney was sentenced in March 2016 in Hancock County Superior Court in Ellsworth to 30 months in prison for felony theft of an iPhone from an Ellsworth High School student. The charge was a felony because of prior theft convictions.

Troy A. Crane, 26, Martinsville, criminal operating under the influence, and operating beyond license condition or restriction April 23 in Thomaston.