Knox County Criminal Docket closed cases

Posted:  Monday, July 16, 2018 - 2:00pm
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ROCKLAND — The following cases were closed in Knox County Unified Court from July 2-6.

Devin Davis, 31, of Warren, disorderly conduct, 48 hours jail.

Hendrix Hallowell, 18, of Rockland, violating condition of release, 48 hours jail; minor consuming liquor, $500 fine; possession of marijuana, under 21 years of age,  April 21, in Rockland.

Ethan Reed, 19, of Friendship, reckkless conduct, three counts of criminal mischief, and discharging a firearm near a dwelling, five years in jail with all but nine months suspended. Reed will also serve two years of probation after his release and was ordered to pay $2,403 in restitution. 

Reed appeared before Judge Paul Mathews in Knox County Unified Court July 2. 

Reed was convicted of in the shooting incidents that were reported throughout Waldoboro and Knox County during the early morning hours of March 15. The areas targeted were Friendship, Cushing and Waldoboro.  

On March 24, Knox County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Tim Carroll, issued a press release stating that police felt the shootings were isolated incidents. 

"The individuals involved have been identified by law enforcement and we feel these were isolated incidents and the public should feel safer with the information we have obtained,” said Carroll. “Names will be released at the appropriate time, but until then, trust that we feel confident that no one is in particular further danger related to these complaints."  

Reed turned himself into Deputy Alicia Averill at approximately 7:10 p.m. April 26. After he was arrested, He was held at the Knox County Jail without bail as Maine Probation placed a hold on him for violation of probation. 

According to the affidavit filed in Knox Count Unified Court, Reed told police that he shot at the houses, mailboxes and street signs because he was bored.

Ian D. Vannah, 18, of Washington, three counts of burglary, three counts of burglary of a motor vehicle, three counts of theft, aggravated criminal mischief and escape, five years in prison with all but nine months suspended, three years of probation, and was also ordered to pay restitution of $1,800 for the crimes, which all occurred on Nov. 26, 2017, in Washington. A charge of refusing to submit to arrest was dismissed. He was given a concurrent 90-day sentence for violating a condition of release.

Vannah and a 16-year-old juvenile from Waterville were arrested by Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Nathaniel Jack.

According to the affidavit filed in Knox County Unified Court, the Knox County Sheriff’s Office received notifications at approximately 5 a.m. Nov. 26 from individuals that their homes had been broken into. Both homes were in Washington and one resident who resides on Old North Union Road told police that she heard a dog barking and discovered that her back door was open. Two laptops and cash from a wallet were reported stolen by the resident.

Another Washington resident reported that she discovered that a cabinet containing all of her equestrian supplies and drugs was opened and numerous vials of equestrian drugs and equipment had been stolen along with $1,000 cash.

Police later reported that they recovered $360 of the stolen money.

The Sheriff’s department also received complaints from additional residents in Washington that their vehicles were burglarized with items stolen.

Deputies followed a lead from a witness and found Vannah at his home along with the juvenile. Vannah eventually confessed to the crimes and then resisted when police attempted to arrest him. He also attempted to escape after he was taken into custody.

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