A 24-year-old Searsport man accused of shooting another man with a Glock .40-caliber handgun on Dec. 17 has been indicted for attempted murder and elevated aggravated assault by a Waldo County grand jury.

Another man, Stanley Ward, 22, of Belfast who is charged with robbing a woman, kidnapping her and stabbing her in the throat has waived his right to the indictment process, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

After three days of deliberation the grand jury issued 123 charges against 41 individuals. There were no secret or no-bill indictments this session.

Matthew Sylvester has been formally charged with attempted murder and elevated aggravated assault stemming from a December incident where Sylvester is accused of shooting Richard Brown, 41, of Frankfort.

The two men had been passengers in a car around 2:30 a.m. when the two began to fight. Both then got out of the car near the intersection of Mt. Ephraim and North Searsport roads, near the North Searsport fire station, which is when and where the initial shooting took place, police have said.

Sylvester was then driven to his home on Porter Street, which he shares with his father, and it was there that Maine State Police Trooper Corey Smith, who had gone to the house to investigate the first shooting, shot Sylvester in the arm around 4 a.m. That shooting is currently under investigation by the Maine Attorney General’s Office as is protocol in all officer-involved shootings in the state.

Ward, who is accused of robbing and severely assaulting a 72-year-old Belfast woman in November, has waived his right to an indictment, according to Deputy District Attorney Eric Walker. Walker said the waiver allows the state to charge Ward without going through the grand jury process and the case can be scheduled for trial. He said the move is not uncommon.

At his initial court appearance on Nov. 24, Ward was charged with robbery, kidnapping and attempted murder.

According to court documents, Ward went to the woman’s Bell Street home, knocked on the door and was invited in because the woman knew Ward. He then pushed the woman to the floor and held a knife to her throat, all while indicating he wanted money.

The woman stated she gave Ward all the money she could find in her house. He then bound her hands with tape, forced her into her vehicle, and drove her to a place she did not recognize. He forced her into a trailer, where he cut her throat with a knife and stabbed her, she told police. After Ward left, the woman managed to crawl out of the trailer and down the dirt road, where she flagged down a passerby on Route 137.

A former Mount View Junior High science teacher accused of viewing and storing child pornography on both his personal and school-issued computers also has been indicted for an additional count of possession of sexually explicit materials.

In May 2009, Michael Douglas, 42, of Augusta was indicted on one count of possession of sexually explicit materials for children under 12 years old. Walker said he has added a misdemeanor count to include sexually explicit materials for children under 16 years old.

Douglas resigned from his position with Maine School Administrative District 3 one day after Maine State Police detectives interviewed him as part of their investigation into his alleged Internet activity.

Following is the remaining list of indictments issued Feb. 11, ranging from sex crimes and burglaries to drug trafficking, in alphabetical order.

Victor M. Amaro, 28, of Belfast, domestic violence assault, criminal mischief and obstructing the report of a crime or injury.

Jeremy Harris Bassett, 20, of Southport, N.C., aggravated forgery.

Jason A. Beal, 19, of Swanville, burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, two counts of stealing drugs (hydrocodone and Phenergan), falsifying physical evidence.

Jeremy M. Brock, 35, of Newburgh, criminal operating under the influence.

Tonya L. Brown, 37, of Montville, theft by unauthorized taking, violating condition of release.

Timothy G. Daley Jr., 28, of Searsport, criminal mischief, terrorizing.

John D. Davis, 56, of Montville, operating after revocation.

William L. Deane Jr., 33, of Hope, aggravated criminal operating under the influence, two counts of driving to endanger, false public report, violating condition of release.

James E. Doak Jr., 49, of Waldo, aggravated criminal operating under the influence, operating beyond license conditions or restrictions.

Adam L. Dodge, 22, of Rockport, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking, violating condition of release.

James Dyer, 26, of Lincolnville, two counts of trafficking in scheduled drugs (oxycodone).

William J. Gould, 32, of Searsmont, two counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs (oxycodone).

Lisa J. Fairbanks, 41, of Burnham, operating after revocation.

Elisha M. Farley, 26, of Winterport, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs (oxycodone).

Brenda L. Frost, 18, of Belfast, stealing drugs (morphine).

Zachary J. Gardner, 30, of Winterport, three counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs (oxycodone, morphine and hydrocodone).

Patricia-Jo Griffith, 30, of Bangor, burglary of a motor vehicle, burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.

Michael A. Hall, 50, of Belfast, three counts of gross sexual assault, three counts of unlawful sexual contact, two counts of unlawful sexual touching and a single count of sexual abuse of a minor.

Lloyd G. Killam II, 27, of Searsport, aggravated assault, domestic violence assault.

Dean W. Kinney Sr., 39, of Knox, operating after revocation.

William G. Mattingly, 28, of Troy, two counts of burglary, burglary of a motor vehicle, three counts of theft by unauthorized taking, two counts of violating condition of release.

Nicholas R. Moll, 27, of Waldo, two counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs (oxycodone), criminal operating under the influence, operating beyond license condition or restrictions, failure to report an accident.

Lucas A. Murdock, 32, of Troy, negotiating a worthless instrument.

Mark A. Peak, 22, of Frankfort, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking.

Robert I. Porter, 26, of Swanville, theft by unauthorized taking.

Lynne Rayburn, 67, of Belfast, operating after revocation, violating condition of release.

Craig C. Reimer, 30, of Rockport, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, trafficking in prison contraband.

Tyson S. Servisky, 21, of Brooks, domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing, six counts of violating condition of release.

Leland C. Shattuck, 44, of Belfast, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking.

Bill H. Smith, 30, of Freedom, three counts of theft by deception, three counts of home repair fraud.

Devin S. Sprague, 19, of Belfast, burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking, two counts of stealing drugs (hydrocodone and Phenergan), violating condition of release.

Benjamin B. Springer, 38, of Morrill, criminal mischief, obstructing the report of a crime.

Stacy L. Thayer, 38, of Belfast, theft by deception, violating condition of release.

Mark Conrad Tibbetts, 38, of Jackson, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, criminal operating under the influence.

Steven A. Watson, 52, of Stockton Springs, gross sexual assault.

Kevin Gordon Wood, 23, of Brooks, illegally baiting deer, violating condition of release.

Tina M. Woodward, 43, of Brooks, eluding an officer, criminal operating under the influence, operating after suspension, criminal speeding.

Benjamin R. Young, 18, of Swanville, three counts of burglary, three counts of theft by unauthorized taking, three counts of violating condition of release and two counts of stealing drugs (hydrocodone).