Charges include threat at Oceanside Middle School

Grand jury indicts nine

By Stephen Betts | Mar 06, 2019
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Rockland — Nine people were indicted Tuesday, March 5, by a Knox County grand jury.

They ncluded Sarah Richards, 37, of South Thomaston, for the murder of 83-year-old Helen Carver of Owls Head; and retired longtime Rockland attorney Anita Volpe, who was charged with theft and misuse of entrusted property.

Also indicted by the grand jury that met for one day at the Knox County courthouse were:

Joseph R. Dinapoli, 30, of Cushing, for terrorizing, disorderly conduct and domestic violence assault. The incidents are alleged to have occurred in November 2018 at Oceanside Middle School in Thomaston.

The indictment alleges that his threat caused the school to keep the students in a designated place during the threat. The incident is alleged to have occurred while  students were having a Veterans Day assembly.

Milorad Stanivukovic, 33, Cushing, aggravated assault April 21, 2018 in Cushing.

Jennifer R. Marriner, 39, of Rockland, trafficking and conspiracy to traffic in cocaine base and/or fentanyl in April and May 2018 in Rockland; and two counts of trafficking in cocaine base and violation of a condition of release in November 2018 in Rockland.

John D. Seaver, 39, East Waterboro, criminal operating under the influence, operating without a license July 11, 2018, in Rockland.

Lawrence A. Wotton Jr., 52, Rockland, unlawful possession of cocaine Sept. 6, 2017, in Rockland.

Ashley A. Robinson, 32, Cushing, trafficking and conspiracy to traffick in cocaine base and/or fentanyl in October and November 2018 in Warren.

Michael R. Salmons, 30, Quincy, Mass., trafficking and conspiracy to traffick in cocaine base in October and November 2018 in Warren.

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