The Waldo County grand jury issued indictments against 36 individuals last week. Those indicted, listed in alphabetical order by last name, are as follows:

Sydney A. Aho-Tran, 20, of Lincolnville, operating after revocation and failure to give correct name. Both charges date to December of 2011 in Lincolnville.

Jessica A. Alexander (aka, Jessica A. Myers), 35, of Waldoboro, theft by unauthorized taking and violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges Alexander took merchandise from a store in Belfast in December of 2011, and that in doing so she violated a condition of her release on a previous, separate charge that she commit no criminal act.

Owen B. Allen, 41, of Belfast, gross sexual assault, burglary, aggravated criminal trespass and assault. All charges date to November of 2011, when Allen is alleged to have broken into a Belfast woman’s residence and sexually assaulted her.

Summer N. Ali-Ariza, 29, of Rockport, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Ali-Ariza broke into a residence in Belmont in September of 2011 and took assorted jewelry worth more than $10,000.

Dmitriy P. Basistyy, 33, of Westbrook, aggravated criminal mischief, failure to stop for an officer, violation of condition of release and failure to report an accident. The first three charges date from November of 2011 in Belfast, when Basistyy is alleged to have damaged or destroyed vehicle tires belonging to 10 different individuals, causing more than $2,000 in damage. The last charge also dates from November of 2011, but in Northport.

Christopher F. Beeton, 23, of Belmont, four counts of theft by unauthorized taking (one Class C and the other three Class E), two counts of forgery (one Class C, the other Class D) and violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges that in the fall of 2011, Beeton took money from several Belfast-area convenience stores, forged checks with a face value exceeding $1,000, forged unspecified “written instruments,” took checks belonging to two Waldo County residents, took an unspecified amount of money belonging to a Waldo County woman and also violated a condition of release on a previous, separate charge that he “commit no criminal act.”

Ishmael Berry, 30, of Belfast, forgery, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking (one Class E and the other Class C), operating an unregistered vehicle, and falsifying physical evidence. All the charges date to October of 2011, when Berry is alleged to have forged a check worth more than $1,000, taken more than $1,000 in cash belonging to a Brooks couple and taken checks from that same couple.

Danielle N. Browning, 21, of Stockton Springs, four counts of burglary and three counts of theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Browning broke into residences in Searsport in February of 2011 and took a computer, television, comforter and pair of binoculars from one of the residences, while taking a 40-inch Vizio flat-screen TV from another. Additionally, the indictment charges that she broke into a residence in Brooks in March of 2011 and took money and jewelry.

Cherrie Cheeseman, 48, of Pittsfield, theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges that in December of 2010, Cheeseman took credit cards belonging to a man in Unity.

Marsha A. Comita, 50, of Searsport, negotiating a worthless instrument. The indictment alleges that in early December of 2011, Comita wrote three bad checks totaling approximately $1,970, all to the same Belfast business.

Jacob M. Denham, 21, of Searsport, terrorizing, criminal threatening and concealed weapon. The indictment alleges that in early November of 2011, Denham threatened a woman in Belfast with a gun.

Gary Lee Elwell, 38, of Belmont, criminal OUI and operating beyond license condition/restriction. Both charges date to January of 2012, in Belfast.

Evan D. Finlay, 20, of Belfast, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking. Both charges date to December of 2011, when Finlay allegedly broke into the offices of a Belfast nonprofit and took $80 in cash and five $20 Walmart gift cards, all property of the nonprofit organization.

Brian E. Fogg, 21, of Swanville, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon. The indictment alleges that in late November of 2011 in Swanville, Fogg used a handgun to place an individual in “fear of imminent bodily injury.”

James T. Ford, 34, of Swanville, aggravated cultivation of marijuana and violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges Ford was growing more than 100 but fewer than 500 marijuana plants in Monroe in November of 2011, and that by doing so he violated a condition of his release on a previous, separate charge that he commit no criminal act.

Everett Hall, 55, of Swanville, two counts of gross sexual assault. Both charges date to August of 2011 in Swanville, when Hall allegedly assaulted a victim under the age of 18 and who was “unconscious or otherwise physically incapable of resisting and had not consented to the sexual act.”

Richard A. Hart, 48, of Eddington, operating after revocation, eluding an officer, criminal OUI, criminal speed and driving to endanger. All charges date to November of 2011, in Searsport. The speeding charge alleges Hart was traveling at 77 mph in a 45 mph zone.

James A. Hill Jr., 24, of Searsport, criminal use of explosives. The charge dates to January of 2012, in Swanville.

Brian M. Hybers, 20, of Belfast, aggravated criminal trespass, assault and criminal mischief. All charges date to early January of 2012 in Stockton Springs. The criminal mischief charge alleges Hybers destroyed a door and door frame at a business.

Thomas W. Jackson Sr., 58, of Rockland, violation of condition of release. The indictment alleges Jackson, as part of his post-conviction bail from another charge, was required to “enter and remain at a long-term residential facility for the treatment of substance abuse” and that he violated that condition in October of 2011.

Daniel R. Kesmetis, 29, of Knox, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs. The indictment alleges Kesmetis possessed Oxycodone in Lincolnville in December of 2011.

Basil L. Littlefield III, 28, of Monroe, domestic violence assault, five counts of violation of condition of release (one Class E and four Class C), tampering with a witness or informant and tampering with a victim. All the charges date to January of 2012, in Monroe, when Littlefield is alleged to have had contact with a woman whom he was not supposed to contact.

David L. Littlefield, 30, of Fletcher’s Landing, operating after revocation and violation of sex offender registration. Both charges date to September of 2011, in Searsport.

Scott E. Littlefield (aka, Scott E. Harvey), 37, of Swanville, violation of protective order, domestic violence assault and failure to appear. The first two charges date to October of 2011 in Swanville, while the third charge dates to late January of 2012.

Jesse C. Newton, 24, of Waldo, criminal use of explosives. The charge dates to January of 2012, in Swanville.

Nicholas C. Palmer, 26, of Swanville, criminal OUI, terrorizing, criminal mischief, assault on a corrections officer and failure to appear. The indictment alleges that in early August of 2011, Palmer was operating under the influence in Swanville, and that he then threatened to kill three people at the Waldo County Jail when he was taken into custody. The indictment further alleges that he assaulted one of the corrections officers there, broke her eyeglasses and then failed to appear at court in Belfast in December of 2011 on several of those charges.

Lynn R. Poulin Jr., 32, of Clifton, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Poulin broke into a structure in Thorndike in August of 2011 and took a Suzuki DS 80 dirt bike.

Christopher D. Shaffer, 36, of Belmont, two counts of violation of condition of release (one Class C and the other Class E) and violation of protective order. The indictment alleges that Shaffer was not supposed to be “in the town of Belmont for any reason,” nor have any contact with a specific woman, and that in late January of 2012 he violated both of those requirements. In a separate indictment, Shaffer was charged with violation of a protective order, domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing and criminal mischief. Those charges date to mid-January of 2012 in Belmont. The criminal mischief charge alleges Shaffer “damaged or destroyed a Tupperware container” belonging to the woman who was the alleged victim in the other charges.

Nathan M. Small, 33, of Newport, theft by unauthorized taking, burglary and aggravated criminal mischief. The indictment alleges Small broke into a property in Burnham in early October of 2011 and took aluminum wire with a steel core, aluminum tie wire, copper wire and steel wire, collectively worth more than $500. The criminal mischief charge alleges he damaged or destroyed two electrical transformers worth more than $2,000.

Todd T. Spencer, 22, of Newport, theft by unauthorized taking, burglary and aggravated criminal mischief. The indictment alleges Spencer broke into a property in Burnham in early October of 2011 and took aluminum wire with a steel core, aluminum tie wire, copper wire and steel wire, collectively worth more than $500. The criminal mischief charge alleges he damaged or destroyed two electrical transformers worth more than $2,000.

Craig L. Sullivan, 22, of Belfast, five counts of sexual abuse of a minor, two counts of possession of sexually explicit materials and one count of sexual exploitation of a minor. All the charges date to the spring of 2011 in Belfast, when Sullivan is alleged to have sexually abused a girl who was 14 or 15 years old, possessed sexually explicit materials showing that same individual and also got the victim to “engage in sexually explicit conduct,” while Sullivan knew or intended for that conduct to be photographed.

Sean M. Sullivan, 21, of Searsmont, four counts of burglary and three counts of theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges Sullivan broke into residences in Searsport in February of 2011 and took a computer, television, comforter and pair of binoculars from one of the residences, while taking a 40-inch Vizio flat-screen TV from another. Additionally, the indictment charges that he broke into a residence in Brooks in March of 2011 and took money and jewelry.

Clover E. Vega, 26, of Searsport, aggravated operating after habitual offender revocation, criminal OUI, failure to sign uniform summons and complaint and violation of condition of release. All of the charges date to December of 2011, in Winterport.

Lorraine G. Walker, 65, of Belfast, theft by unauthorized taking. The indictment alleges that from January through November of 2011, Walker took more than $1,000 from a Belfast resident.

Kevin R. Walsh, 46, of Waldo, domestic violence terrorizing and violation of a protective order. Both charges date to December of 2011 in Belfast.

James M. Withee, 41, of Plymouth, theft by deception. The indictment alleges Withee took more than $1,000 from a woman in Belfast in October of 2011.