Cold Case: Lee Ann Guerrette Daigle charged with the abandonment and death of newborn Baby Jane Doe in 1985

Find-A-Grave: Jane “Aroostook County Jane Doe” Doe
Mother accused of abandoning baby in subzero temperatures in far northern New England in 1985
Woman charged in murder of newborn who was found by dog in Maine gravel pit in 1985
In 1985, a dog in Maine found the body of a baby girl and carried her back to its home. Police just made an arrest.
Lowell, Massachusetts, woman accused of letting newborn baby die in Maine woods in 1985
36 years later, mother arrested for murder of ‘Baby Jane Doe’
Maine cold case of ‘Baby Jane Doe’ cracked 36 years later
A baby died outside in the cold in 1985. Now police say her mother’s to blame
Woman Charged with Murder 36 Years After Newborn ‘Baby Jane Doe’ Was ‘Abandoned in Below Zero Temperatures’ in Gravel Pit


Lee Ann Guerrette Daigle

Psycho For Love: Nicholas Lovejoy shot and killed his girlfriend, Melissa Marie Sousa during an argument


Melissa Marie Sousa

Melissa Marie Sousa obituary
Waterville murder arrest
Body Found in Home of Missing Maine Mother; Boyfriend Arrested
‘Melissa was scared. That’s why she stayed’ Sousa’s family says at Waterville mother’s vigil
Missing Maine Mother Found Dead; Boyfriend Charged With Murder
Boyfriend of Waterville woman charged with her murder
New Details Revealed About Maine Mother’s Killing
‘Tick Tock, Your Time Is Coming,’ Suspected Killer Allegedly Threatened Girlfriend Before She’s Discovered Dead In Basement
Waterville man admits shooting, killing girlfriend, court papers say
Attorneys say Maine man sent pictures of loaded gun to girlfriend before killing her
Waterville man pleads guilty to murdering mother of their children


Nicholas Lovejoy

Deadly Duo: Randall Daluz and Nicholas Sexton killed 3 people in a drug deal gone wrong, then set their car on fire

Victims
Lucas Tuscano, 28
Daniel Borders, 26
Nicolle Lugdon, 24

Lucas Alan Tuscano obituary
Find-A-Grave: Lucas Alan “Luke” Tuscano
Daniel Borders obituary
Find-A-Grave: Daniel Thomas Borders
Nicolle Lugdon obituary
Find-A-Grave: Nicolle Ashley Lugdon
Facebook: In Memory of Nicolle Lugdon
Two Men Go on Trial for Three Deaths in Car Fire in Maine
Jury convicts two men in Bangor triple murder
Emotions run high at sentencing of men convicted in triple murder
Two men get life in prison for Bangor triple slayings
1 man gets life, 2nd gets 90 years for Maine murder, car fire
Convicted murderer to appear in court, claims lawyers were ineffective
State of Maine v Nicholas Sexton 2017 (convictions and sentence affirmed)

Defendants
Randall Daluz – convicted, sentenced to life in prison
Nicholas Sexton – convicted, sentenced to 90 years in prison

INMATE INFORMATION

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Monsters Among Us: Tenent Patrick Maher charged with stabbing his landlords, Troy and Dulsie Varney, to death

Victims
Troy Varney, 52
Dulsie Varney, 48

Find-A-Grave: Troy W Varney
Find-A-Grave: Dulsie J Morris Varney
‘Proud Parents’ Are Fatally Stabbed Inside Maine Home — and Suspect Was Their Tenant
Turner man denies double murder of Troy and Dulsie Varney
‘Proud Parents’ Are Fatally Stabbed Inside Maine Home — and Suspect Was Their Tenant
Turner man pleads insanity defense in slayings of Troy and Dulsie Varney
Turner double homicide suspect expected to be found not criminally responsible by reason of insanity
Judge to rule man charged with killing Turner couple not criminally responsible by reason of insanity
Court paperwork: Turner murder suspect allegedly attacked couple while they slept


Patrick Maher

Murder in the Family: Dominic Sylvester killed his grandmother, Beulah “Marie” Sylvester; Sentenced to 27 years in prison


Beulah Marie Sylvester

Judge: Bowdoinham teen should be tried as adult for killing grandmother
Teenager accused of killing grandmother pleads not guilty
Maine teen pleads guilty to killing grandmother, sentenced to 27 years
Teen sentenced to 27 years in prison for 2018 murder of his grandmother in Bowdoinham

INMATE INFORMATION

Psycho For Love: Jesse Marquis killed girlfriend Amy Theriault; Sentenced to life in prison


Amy Theriault

Amy Theriault obituary
‘She was taken suddenly and violently from us’: Hundreds remember Theriault at her funeral
Prosecutor’s opening statement gives details of Jesse Marquis’ alleged murder of Amy Theriault
Prosecutor: Killer stabbed victim 11 times, shot her at close range
Witness in murder trial tearfully recalls trying to save friend
Jury finds Jesse Marquis guilty of killing St. Francis woman in 2014
Marquis Found Guilty in Death of Amy Theriault Read More: Marquis Found Guilty in Death of Amy Theriault | http://1019therock.com/marquis-found-guilty-in-death-of-amy-theriault/?trackback=tsmclip
St. Francis man sentenced to life for killing mother of two
State supreme court upholds St. Francis man’s murder conviction
Amy’s Law: Mother of murder victim fights for special weight in court sentencing for domestic violence homicides
Maine considers automatic life sentence for domestic violence murder
Domestic Violence Bill Would Impose Life Sentence for Murder

Movies/Documentaries
Kiss of Death: The Hunted

INMATE INFORMATION

Individual Profile
Status: Incarcerated
MDOC Number: 155539
Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial: Marquis, Jesse Paul
Alias or Aliases: Jesse Marquis
Location(s) and location phone number(s): Facility – Maine State Prison
Earliest Custody Release Date: Life
Date of Birth: 7/18/1975
Age (Years): 42
Weight (Pounds): 169
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inches
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Race/Ethnicity: White
Gender: M
Scars, Marks, Tattoos:

Convictions
NOTE: Please be aware that the information provided through this service is not a complete criminal history. To request a complete criminal record for this individual, please visit the Criminal History Record Request service.

Offense (Class): MURDER (M)
Sentence: Life
Court: AROOSTOOK SUPERIOR COURT (CARIBOU)
Docket Number: CARSC-CR-2014-00261
Count: 1
Sentence Date: 7/6/2016

Psycho For Love: Daniel Roberts shot & killed Melissa “Missy” Mendoza, the mother of his child; Sentenced to 55 years in prison


Missy Mendoza

Find-A-Grave: Melissa Renee “Missy” Mendoza
Melissa Mendoza Memorial fund
Candlelight vigil for Mendoza draws 100
Ex-boyfriend charged in slaying
Daniel Roberts convicted of murdering ex-girlfriend
Murder defendant tries higher court
State of Maine v Daniel P. Roberts (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Sabattus man again appeals his murder conviction
Murderers convicted in separate cases seek review, new trial from Maine high court
Daniel P. Roberts v State of Maine 2014 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Love Gone Wrong: Melissa Mendoza and Daniel Roberts
ME – Melissa Mendoza, 29, shot to death, Sabattus, 15 Aug 2005

Movies/Documentaries
Hear No Evil: Ghost in the Machine

INMATE INFORMATION

Individual Profile
Status: Incarcerated
MDOC Number: 4583
Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial: Roberts, Daniel Paul
Alias or Aliases:
Location(s) and location phone number(s): Facility – Maine State Prison
Earliest Custody Release Date: 2/19/2053
Date of Birth: 8/20/1969
Age (Years): 47
Weight (Pounds): 240
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inches
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Gray or Partially Gray
Race/Ethnicity: White
Gender: M
Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Tattoo, Abdomen,Tattoo, Breast, left,Tattoo, Breast, right,Tattoo, Thigh, right

Convictions
Offense (Class): MURDER (M)
Sentence: 55 Years
Court: ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
Docket Number: AUBSC-CR-2005-01019
Count: 1
Sentence Date: 6/29/2007

Who gets the family farm? Joshua, who worked all his life for it, or a developer? It is up to Mom…

Townsfolk stand behind the accused
Farmington couple featured on new ‘Love Kills’ series on Investigation Discovery Channel
‘Love Kills’ TV episode based on 2003 Farmington crime story
Knee Deep

Movies/Documentaries
Knee Deep
Love Kills: It Was All A Big Fantasy

Defendants
Joshua Osborne – pled guilty to reckless conduct, sentenced to 5 years in prison, released after 2 years
Donna Enman – pled guilty to hindering prosecution, sentenced to 5 years in prison, released after 2 years

Parents Gone Wild! Burton “Ben” Hagar charged with the death of his 4-month-old son, Nathan, in 1979

State police make arrest in oldest homicide case ever resolved
Former Brunswick man charged with murder in Maine’s oldest cold case
Father charged with son’s 1979 murder in Maine cold case squad’s first arrest
Farmington man charged with murder in death of baby 38 years ago in Brunswick
Man Arrested Nearly 38 Years After Baby Thought To Have Died Of SIDS
Cold case squad assists in arrest of Burton Hagar
Former Brunswick man arrested for murder of son in 1979
Man pleads not guilty to killing infant son 38 years ago
Father charged with murder in baby’s 1979 death, at first thought to be SIDS


Burton “Ben” Hagar

Deadly Girlfriends: Katrina Bridges killed her boyfriend, Chris Ingraham; Sentenced to 47 years in prison

dv awarenessFrom Bridges’ appeal: In January of 2001, Katrina, then twenty years old, was living with the victim, Chris Ingraham, in Jonesboro. The couple met in New York around late 1999 or early 2000, and began living with Chris’s parents in New York. During their stay, a large sum of Chris’s parents’ money was discovered to be missing. Chris and Katrina moved to Maine shortly thereafter.

The couple’s relationship began to deteriorate. Chris worked at the Commissary in Cutler, and he told various coworkers that Katrina needed counseling because, Chris believed, she had stolen money from his parents, and also from her own grandmother. Chris told them that if Katrina did not get help, he intended to leave her and return to New York with Logan, the couple’s four‑month-old son.

On the morning of January 2, 2001, a Columbia Falls woman, whom Katrina knew, discovered that her Sears and Roebuck twelve-gauge shotgun with a cracked stock, and Remington Model Nylon 66 .22 rifle with a scope and a broken screw, were stolen from her gun cabinet. Later that morning, Katrina went to Main Street Discount in Machias and pawned sixteen PlayStation games. She told the owner that she had already sold a .22 rifle to another pawnbroker in East Machias. Katrina also indicated to the owner that she had a shotgun to sell, but Katrina did not show it to the owner, despite his desire to see it.

Katrina subsequently called Chris at work and told him that their home had been burglarized. Katrina told Chris that among the items taken were a shotgun given to Chris by his parents, several PlayStation games, and some of Katrina’s jewelry. Katrina never reported a burglary to the police.

Around 4:45 a.m. on the morning of January 3rd, a gas station security camera captured Katrina purchasing gas and a drink with cash. The attendant watched Katrina drive up in a dark colored Nissan Pathfinder, accompanied only by her baby in the back seat. At 12:30 p.m. on that same day, Katrina showed up with the baby at the home of her mother, Ellen Bridges, in a highly emotional state. Ellen did not see Katrina approach the house, but, when she opened the door, she noticed that Katrina was not wearing shoes, her face was swollen, and her lips were red. Katrina told Ellen that she was concerned for Chris, and, thinking that Katrina and the baby might be in danger, Ellen drove them to the Machias fire station building, which is attached to the Machias Police Department.

When they arrived at 12:45 p.m., Katrina and the baby were led into one of two empty bedrooms. The 10 x 12 bedroom had one blind-covered window, and contained a bed and bureau. There were two exits from the bedroom: one led through an adjoining bathroom, while the other opened directly into the hallway. Katrina’s feet were covered with blankets.

Trooper Paul White arrived on the scene at approximately 1:02 p.m., entered the bedroom and, with the doors closed, began to ask Katrina what happened. Katrina, while sitting on the bed, remained in an emotional state and cried throughout the interview. She told Trooper White that she had been the victim of a kidnapping. Katrina also claimed that two men forced their way into her home, shot Chris, and kidnapped her and the baby. Ellen continued to come in and out of the bedroom while Trooper White interviewed Katrina. The first interview lasted until Detective Stanley Jandreau arrived between 1:30 and 2:00 p.m.

Detective Jandreau conducted a second interview of Katrina in the same bedroom from approximately 2:25 to 3:43 p.m.[2] Katrina remained extremely upset throughout the duration of her conversation with Detective Jandreau, but, during this interview, she told a more detailed story. She indicated that, at 3:00 a.m. on the morning of January 3, two Canadian men drove into Katrina’s and Chris’s driveway in a light colored Jeep Cherokee, forced their way into the home, and demanded to see Chris because he owed them money. According to Katrina, one of the men took a shotgun from a gun rack in the home and forced her and the baby into Katrina’s Nissan Pathfinder. As she was led away from her home, Katrina heard a gunshot. She said the unknown individual drove her and the baby around until noon, and let them off in Whitneyville. At the conclusion of the second interview, the police began to search for Katrina’s Pathfinder and for the Canadian men.

Between 1:00 and 1:20 p.m., the police found Chris lying naked on the bed in the bedroom at Chris and Katrina’s residence on Look Point Road in Jonesboro. Chris’s hand and left foot were partially covered by a blanket, and there was dried vomit and blood around his mouth and face. Chris was breathing, but he was unconscious and unresponsive. Chris was transported by ambulance to the hospital in Machias where a CAT scan revealed that he had a small‑caliber bullet lodged in his brain.

State of Maine v Katrina Bridges 2003 (overturned)
State of Maine v Katrina Bridges 2004
The Media’s Role in Educating the Public on Domestic Violence Related Issues
Murder suspect’s baby to go to N.Y.

Movies/Documentaries
Deadly Women: Love Leaves Town

INMATE INFORMATION

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Individual Profile
Status: Incarcerated
MDOC Number: 49507
Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial: Bridges, Katrina Marie
Alias or Aliases:
Location(s) and location phone number(s): Facility – Maine Correctional Center
Earliest Custody Release Date: 12/8/2041
Date of Birth: 1/5/1981
Age (Years): 35
Weight (Pounds): 120
Height: 5 Feet 1 Inches
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Race/Ethnicity: White
Gender: F
Scars, Marks, Tattoos:

Convictions
NOTE: Please be aware that the information provided through this service is not a complete criminal history. To request a complete criminal record for this individual, please visit the Criminal History Record Request service.
Offense (Class): MURDER (M)
Sentence: 47 Years
Court: WASHINGTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
Docket Number: CR-01-33
Count: 1
Sentence Date: 10/30/2003

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