The Waldo County grand jury rose May 13 and handed down indictments against 41 people. There were no secret indictments or no-bills, according to a court official. Those indicted are as follows:

Paul Andrew Bragdon, 30, of Waterville, two counts of burglary and two counts of theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges that on March 20, 2010, Bragdon broke into two separate structures in Unity, and that he stole a Craftsman generator, Ryobi power tools, a gray toolbox and a portable DVD player (with a combined value of more than $500) from one location, and that he stole copper pipes from another.

Raymond N. Porter, 32, of Searsmont, eluding an officer, passing a roadblock, driving to endanger, failure to stop for an officer and operating after suspension. The indictment indicates all charges stem from a March 6, 2010, incident that began in Searsmont and carried over into Lincolnville as well.

James W. Ross, 53, of Liberty, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, criminal operating under the influence, operating beyond license condition or restriction and obstructing government administration. The indictment indicates all charges date to a March 17, 2010, incident in Liberty, and the charge of obstructing government administration alleges Ross did “intentionally interfere” with Deputy James Greeley of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office while Greeley was performing an official function.

Adam L. Skinner, 21, of Belfast, burglary, aggravated criminal trespass, domestic violence assault, assault and operating after suspension. The charges all date to Feb. 28, 2010, when Skinner allegedly broke into a residence in Swanville where he allegedly committed domestic violence assault against a female and also assaulted a male.

Dalton Hines, 19, of Swanville, burglary, aggravated criminal trespass, domestic violence assault and assault. The charges all date to Feb. 28, 2010, when Hines allegedly broke into a residence in Swanville where he allegedly committed domestic violence assault against a female and also assaulted a male.

Joseph P. Tompkins, 38, of Detroit, operating after revocation. The indictment alleges Tompkins was operating a motor vehicle in Burnham on March 13, 2010, after his privilege to do so had been revoked.

Jonathan Wargo, 19, of Prospect, burglary. The indictment alleges Wargo broke into a structure in Prospect on March 21, 2010.

Anthony Vincent, 19, of Prospect, burglary. The indictment alleges Vincent broke into a structure in Prospect on March 21, 2010.

Paul Stanley Downing, 29, of Detroit, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and operating after suspension. The drug charge alleges Downing was in possession of oxycodone, a schedule W drug, in Troy on Jan. 23, 2010, while the other charge alleges he was operating after suspension, also in Troy, on that same date.

William G. Mattingly, 28, of Troy, burglary of a motor vehicle, theft by unauthorized taking and violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges that on Feb. 16, 2010, in Troy, Mattingly broke into a vehicle and stole an Xbox video game system, Xbox games and controller and a wristwatch (all property of the vehicle owner), and that in doing so, he additionally violated a condition of his release from a previous charge — specifically, that he commit no crimes.

Lucas P. Perrigo, 26, of Frankfort, stealing drugs and unlawful possession of scheduled drugs. The indictment alleges that on Feb. 23, 2010, in Frankfort, Perrigo stole hydrocodone, a schedule W drug, from someone who was authorized to have it. The second charge is a result of Perrigo’s being in possession of the allegedly stolen drugs.

Heidi L. Leathers (a/k/a Heidi Emmerton), 29, of Belfast, domestic violence assault and four counts of violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges Leathers (a/k/a Emmerton) assaulted a male in Swanville April 24, 2010, and then violated a condition of her release four times two days later in Belfast by having contact with a man whom she was not supposed to have any contact with.

Jason L. Cromeenes, 30, of Lincolnville, theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges that on Feb. 6, 2010, Cromeenes stole furniture, Elvis memorabilia, hand tools, stereo equipment, scuba gear, comic books, two camcorders, bookshelves, a camera, a guitar, lamps, assorted china and a silver tray, with a combined value of more than $1,000, from a Lincolnville woman.

Darrell R. Dixon, 32, of Waterville, four counts of burglary and four counts of theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Dixon did the following: that on Jan. 9, 2010, he broke into a building in Burnham and stole two chainsaws and a Bowie knife (total value of more than $500); that on March 3, 2010, he broke into a building in Unity and stole assorted construction tools (valued at more than $1,000); that on March 20, 2010, he broke into another building in Unity and stole a Craftsman generator, Ryobi power tools, a gray toolbox and portable DVD player (total value of more than $500); and that also on March 20, 2010, in Unity, he broke into another building and stole copper pipes.

James L. Welch, 34, of Waterville, four counts of burglary and four counts of theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Welch did the following: that on Jan. 9, 2010, he broke into a building in Burnham and stole two chainsaws and a Bowie knife (total value of more than $500); that on March 3, 2010, he broke into a building in Unity and stole assorted construction tools (valued at more than $1,000); that on March 20, 2010, he broke into another building in Unity and stole a Craftsman generator, Ryobi power tools, a gray toolbox and portable DVD player (total value of more than $500); and that also on March 20, 2010, in Unity, he broke into another building and stole copper pipes.

Edwin Y. Morris IV, 26, of Burnham, two counts of burglary and two counts of theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Morris broke into a building in Burnham on Jan. 9, 2010, and stole two chainsaws and a Bowie knife (total value of more than $500) and that on March 3, 2010, he broke into a building in Unity and stole assorted construction tools (valued at more than $1,000).

Scott A. Dodge, 38, of Unity, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking and violation of privacy. The indictment alleges that on Sept. 8, 2009, Dodge broke into a woman’s residence and stole her underwear, and that on March 4, 2010, he “did intentionally commit a civil trespass on property of [a woman] with the intent to overhear or observe any person in a private place.”

Chase S. Breen, 21, of Rockland, two counts of robbery and one count of violation of condition of release. According to the indictment, all charges stem from an incident that allegedly took place in Belfast on April 12, 2010.

Amy L. Feener, 25, of Belfast, operating after suspension and aggravated forgery. The indictment indicates both charges date to Feb. 21, 2010.

James Fletcher Cox, 46, of Stockton Springs, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs. The indictment alleges that on April 23, 2010, in Stockton Springs, Cox was found to be in possession of oxycodone, a schedule W drug.

Todd J. Mandoline, 21, of Searsport, theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges that on Feb. 4, 2010, Mandoline stole assorted gold jewelry belonging to a woman in Searsport. The jewelry reportedly had a value of more than $1,000.

Michael Ripley, 19, of Belfast, unlawful trafficking in schedule W drugs. The indictment alleges Ripley trafficked in oxycodone in Belfast on March 2, 2010.

Alden Brown, 56, of Jackson, unlawful trafficking in schedule W drugs, unlawful possession of schedule W drugs and unlawfully furnishing schedule W drugs. All charges date to Dec. 30, 2009, in Swanville, according to the indictment, and all allegedly involve oxycodone.

Seth M. Gallant, 21, of Stockton Springs, three counts of unlawful trafficking in schedule W drugs. The first charge alleges Gallant trafficked in hydrocodone on Jan. 15, 2010, while the second charge involves the same drug six days later, also in Belfast. The third charge alleges Gallant trafficked in cocaine in Belfast on Feb. 4, 2010.

Arthur Stevens, 53, of Swanville, six counts of unlawful trafficking in schedule W drugs, one count of unlawful trafficking in schedule Z drugs and one count of criminal forfeiture of $26,595. All the trafficking charges allege that between Dec. 11, 2009, and Dec. 30, 2009, Stevens trafficked in hydrocodone, oxycodone, methadone, cocaine and marijuana (all in Swanville). The criminal forfeiture charge alleges the $26,595 was either used to purchase drugs, was proceeds from drug sales, or was in some other way connected to the drugs he was allegedly trafficking in. The charge concludes, ” …and by virtue of the foregoing, any and all interest that said Arthur Stevens has in the below described money is vested in the state of Maine as of December 30, 2009.”

Christopher F. Beeton, 22, of Belfast, five counts of burglary, five counts of theft by unauthorized taking, one count of unauthorized use of property and one count of criminal mischief. The burglary and theft charges allege Beeton took a laptop computer, a 10-inch Ryobi chop saw and a 10-inch portable table saw, with a total value of more than $500, from a Brooks residence on Feb. 9, 2010; that on Feb. 11, 2010, he took a welding kit and welding tanks, valued at more than $500, from a location in Montville; that a day later he broke into the Thorndike Fire Department and stole a safe, $130 in cash and personnel files; that he stole a Jiffy ice auger in Lincolnville, also on Feb. 12; and that also on that day, he stole ice fishing traps, assorted fishing gear and an ice auger in Liberty. The unauthorized use of property charge alleges he used a vehicle that he was not authorized to use in Montville on Feb. 12, 2010, and the criminal mischief charge alleges he damaged or destroyed that vehicle (a green, 1996 Dodge pick-up truck with an attached plow).

Chad Overlock, 35, of Belfast, five counts of burglary, five counts of theft by unauthorized taking, one count of unauthorized use of property and one count of criminal mischief. The burglary and theft charges allege Overlock took a laptop computer, a 10-inch Ryobi chop saw and a 10-inch portable table saw, with a total value of more than $500, from a Brooks residence on Feb. 9, 2010; that on Feb. 11, 2010, he took a welding kit and welding tanks, valued at more than $500, from a location in Montville ; that a day later he broke into the Thorndike Fire Department and stole a safe, $130 in cash and personnel files; that he stole a Jiffy ice auger in Lincolnville, also on Feb. 12; and that also on that day, he stole ice fishing traps, assorted fishing gear and an ice auger in Liberty. The unauthorized use of property charge alleges he used a vehicle that he was not authorized to use in Montville on Feb. 12, 2010, and the criminal mischief charge alleges he damaged or destroyed that vehicle (a green, 1996 Dodge pick-up truck with an attached plow).

Tiffeny L. Green, 36, of Belmont, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges Green unlawfully possessed hydrocodone, a schedule W drug, in Belfast on March 15, 2010, and that in doing so, she violated a condition of her release on an earlier charge.

Jeffery D. Joslen, 57, of Belmont, theft by unauthorized taking, forgery and unauthorized use of property. The indictment alleges that between Jan. 6, 2010, and April 16, 2010, Joslen stole personal checks and $4,249 from three different individuals, and that he then forged those personal checks “with an aggregate face value exceeding $1,000.” The third charge involves a vehicle that does not belong to Joslen, and an incident that occurred in Belmont on April 16, 2010.

Owen M. Bucklin, 48, of Stockton Springs, burglary, aggravated criminal trespass, terrorizing, criminal mischief and refusing to submit to arrest. All the charges date to April 17, 2010, when Bucklin allegedly broke into a residence in Belfast, threatened to kill an individual, damaged or destroyed an exterior door and also “did use physical force against the law enforcement officer” in an attempt to avoid being arrested.

James J. Martin II, 33, of Belfast, aggravated assault. The indictment alleges that on March 20, 2010, in Belfast, Martin caused bodily injury to a man with the use of a knife.

Mark S. Belleisle, 53, of Belfast, assault and five counts of violation of condition of release. The assault is alleged to have taken place in Belfast on Feb. 6, 2010, and to have involved a woman. The counts of violation of condition of release all allege that Belleisle violated the condition that he have no direct or indirect contact with the assault victim. The violations are alleged to have taken place Feb. 13, Feb. 24, March 20, March 21 and March 22, all in Belfast.

Tyler J. Damon, 18, of Stockton Springs, two counts of assault, one count of disorderly conduct and one count of refusing to submit to arrest. The assault charges allege that on March 6, 2010, Damon assaulted two emergency medical care providers in Belfast who were providing emergency medical care. The disorderly conduct charge alleges that on the same date, also in Belfast, Damon did, “in a public place, intentionally or recklessly cause annoyance to others by making loud and unreasonable noises,” and the last charge alleges he used “physical force against the law enforcement officer” in an attempt to avoid being arrested, also on  March 6, 2010, in Belfast.

Constance M. Hersom, 41, of Frankfort, theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Hersom took more than $619 from one man and $470 from another, both in Belfast on Feb. 25, 2010.

Gary Lee Elwell, 36, of Belmont, criminal OUI and operating beyond license condition or restriction. Both charges date to March 11, 2010, in Belfast.

Marie A. Swearingen, 34, of Litchfield, burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking and one count of violation of condition of release. The charges all stem from a Feb. 22, 2010, incident in Belmont in which Swearingen is alleged to have broken into a residence and stolen gold and diamond wedding rings, a gold necklace with an opal and matching opal earrings, with a combined value of more than $10,000.

James A. Koehler, 56, of Bangor, domestic violence assault. The indictment alleges Koehler assaulted a female “family or household member,” as defined by state law, in Winterport on April 6, 2010.

Justin T. Henderson, 22, of Burnham, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking. Both charges date to June 30, 2009, when Henderson is alleged to have entered a building in Burnham and stolen a Weed Eater push lawnmower.

Joshua E. Freeman, 26, of Montville, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges Freeman possessed oxycodone, a schedule W drug, in Montville on April 20, 2010, and that in so doing he violated a condition of his bail that stipulated he “not use or possess any illegal drugs.”

Michael C. Pyle, 27, of Searsport, one count of aggravated criminal mischief, three counts of unauthorized use of property, two counts of criminal mischief and one count of theft by unauthorized taking. All the charges date to May 11, 2009, in Belfast, when Pyle is alleged to have damaged or destroyed a blue Subaru station wagon belonging to a woman, “in an amount exceeding $2,000 in value,”; damaged or destroyed a VW Rabbit, property of another woman; and damaged or destroyed a Dodge 1500 pick-up truck, belonging to a man. The theft charge alleges Pyle stole a Tippman A-5 paintball gun and a Nintendo gameboy video game, both of which belonged to the owner of the pick-up truck.

Michael T. Seekins, 25, of Belfast, 10 counts of possession of sexually explicit materials. Five of the charges involve materials allegedly featuring individuals under the age of 12, while the other five charges involve materials allegedly featuring individuals under the age of 16. All of the charges date to Feb. 17, 2010, in Belfast.