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AUBURN — A Lewiston man indicted earlier this month on six criminal charges related to a stabbing in Lewiston in December pleaded not guilty to all charges Friday morning. Cleveland Cruthirds, 25, was arrested Dec. 11 and charged with attempted murder, criminal attempt and violating condition of release and confined to Androscoggin County Jail on $20000 cash bail. Ten days later, jail officials said they found evidence of a planned jailbreak, including a broken window that Cruthirds and another prisoner had intended to use as an escape route. Cruthirds was transported to Maine State Prison in Warren where his bail was set at $250000 cash or $1 million in property. Wearing a prison uniform and with his head bowed down, he entered the not guilty pleas via video arraignment in the law library at the Androscoggin County Courthouse to save the cost of transporting him to the Auburn court. In addition to the original charges, Cruthirds was indicted earlier this month on charges of aggravated attempted murder, elevated aggravated assault, aggravated assault and burglary, all in connection with the stabbing of his sometime-girlfriend Naomi Swift. Cruthirds, who is being housed in solitary confinement at the prison, is represented by Lewiston attorney James Howaniec. During Friday's arraignment, Howaniec informed Justice MaryGay Kennedy that he expected to enter a request for a psychological evaluation on his client, and asked for 30 days to file additional motions in the case ...
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22, Oct 2014 - Lewiston, ME No bail for man charged in pregnant lover's death
AUBURN, Maine (AP) A man charged with running down and killing his pregnant girlfriend before trying to flee to Haiti has been ordered held without bail.Evaristo De Deus, of Lewiston, made his first court appearance in Maine on...
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PORTLAND, Maine — A Boston man has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for his role in a drug trafficking ring that distributed cocaine in the Lewiston-Auburn area. Brian Wilkerson was also sentenced this week to eight years' probation in U.S. District Court in Portland. He had pleaded guilty last October to a charge of conspiring to distribute cocaine. Federal prosecutors say the 36 ...
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