Augusta robbery

The manhunt continues following an armed robbery in Mount vernon.

That's where a man walked into the local Cumberland Farms convenience store around 2:10 this morning and pulled out a gun.

He demanded money and once he got what he wanted he fled on foot.

Augusta police have released this surveillance photos of the suspect.

His face was covered with a bandana, but police believe he's a younger-looking man who weighs between 130 and 165 pounds.

He was wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, cargo pants and gloves.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Augusta Police Department.

 

 

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Man charged with assaulting pregnant woman indicted

A man accused of carrying out a brutal attack in Bangor has been indicted by a grand jury.

Police say 34 year old Joshua Cole is the person who assaulted a pregnant woman last month, leaving her permanently blind.

It happened in the hallway of an apartment building on Essex Street.

Neighbors say they tried to stop Cole from attacking the woman, but claim he also assaulted them when they intervened.

Police eventually managed to subdue Cole, but the woman was left badly injured.

He's now facing a list of charges including elevated aggravated assault on a pregnant person and aggravated assault.

Man indicted after child is burned

A grand jury in Penobscot County has indicted a man accused of putting a toddler into a working clothes dryer.

Police say 27 year old Adam Morton was caring for his girlfriend's 2 year old son in Bangor when the alleged incident took place.

The child was burned on his back and arms and police were called when the mother took the boy in for treatment.

Police say Morton eventually confessed when asked how the child was burned.

He's now charged with aggravated assault and assault on a child less than six years old.

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