BANGOR – A Maine game warden has been charged with unlawful sexual contact.
A clerk at the Penobscot Judicial Center confirmed a summons has been issued charging Jeremy Judd, 41, with unlawful sexual contact.
The charges against the veteran game warden follow assault charges brought against him last month.
An assault charge is generally filed when a victim alleges unwanted touching.
Unlawful sexual contact charges are brought against someone when the victim claims they have been touched in a sexual manner without the victim’s permission.
Both charges stem from an incident on July 18 during the Florida Georgia Line concert at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor.
Judd was among the Maine game wardens who appeared on the national television show “North Woods Law.”
A statement from the warden service at the time of the incident said Judd was placed on administrative leave while the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife conducted its own investigation.
Calls to Judd’s attorney, Walter McKee, have not been returned.
Penobscot County District Attorney Marianne Lynch was not immediately available for comment.
A court clerk said Judd is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 15.