He's the East Millinocket man charged with killing a 16-year-old girl in 1980.
Prosecutors spent the morning mapping Joyce McLain's last known jogging route on August 8th, 1980. Several witnesses testified about where they saw the East Millinocket teen running along the streets of town the night she disappeared. Her body was discovered early the following Sunday, behind Schenck High School.
In 1980, the girl's adoptive father, Miichael McLain, had been divorced from her mother for several months, but maintained a relationship with Joyce and her sister, Wenday. Tuesday he testified he last saw his daughter alive a week before she was murdered.
Joyce's sister, Wendy McLain, repeatedly testified she doesn't clearly remember the events from 1980. However, she testified she last saw her sister either playing the piano or a guitar on the afternoon she went missing.
Plus, during cross examination defense attorneys repeatedly pointed at alternative suspects. One of those being blamed by Fournier's lawyers has since died.
Now, Fournier has chosen to have a lone judge determine whether he's guilty. Fournier was arrested two years ago, after nearly 35 years without an arrest in connection with Joyce McLain's murder.