BANGOR — A man from Boston facing charges in connection with a shooting in Bangor has been indicted by the Penobscot County grand jury.
Guarionex Rafael Joaquin–Peguero, 28, was arrested after the incident that happened on Harlow Street in August.
Police said a man suffered non-life-threatening injuries during a physical altercation between patrons waiting to enter a nightclub.
Joaquin-Peguero was indicted on attempted murder, elevated aggravated assault, reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, and refusing to submit to arrest.
Dustin Francis, 34, of Indian Township was also indicted.
Police said he allegedly held his girlfriend captive inside her Bangor apartment in November of 2020.
She told police she escaped after being assaulted and held at gunpoint.
Francis was indicted on numerous charges including kidnapping, aggravated assault, and domestic violence reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon.
Riley Boyington, 23, of Lincoln was indicted in connection with two assaults in Bangor in July.
Police said he allegedly knocked down a woman after asking her for a cigarette.
Hours after he was released on bail, police responded to reports of a man being beaten in the head with a large rock and choked unconscious at the waterfront.
Boyington was arrested again in connection with that case.
He was indicted for elevated aggravated assault, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, and violation of condition of release.
And Penobscot County Treasurer John Hiatt was indicted for possession of sexually explicit materials.
The 38-year-old from Bangor was arrested in August and charged with having sexually explicit materials of children under 12.
It was part of an ongoing investigation stemming back to May, when a woman accused Hiatt of removing and manipulating her personal digital files.