ALFRED, Maine - A Farmington, N.H., couple believed involved in a regionwide burglary spree have been indicted on several burglary charges in a Lebanon break-in.
Joshua P Dematos, 32, and Christina Robinson, 36, both of 14 Spring St. Apt. 1, are both charged with five counts each, including burglary, theft and criminal mischief.
The burglary for which both were indicted occurred on Nov. 6.
The arrest leading to the indictment was made by Maine State Police, but Farmington Police Chief John Drury also oversaw their arrests in Farmington after Middleton Police obtained a search warrant for their apartment, where what Drury described as a vast array of stolen merchandise as well as controlled drugs were found.
Subsequently the pair ended up in Newport, N.H., where they were again arrested.
The most serious charges both face in the Maine charges are two Class B felonies on burglary charges, which could land them in state prison for up to 20 years.
The July York County grand jury indictments came down this week and were released to the public on Thursday.
An indictment is not an indication of guilt, only that a grand jury has found sufficient evidence to warrant a trial.