A Lincoln County grand jury rose March 11 with an indictment charging an Augusta woman with trafficking a drug the charge claims contributed to a death.
The single-count indictment alleges on or about last April 18, Brooke V. Olum, 30, trafficked in cocaine base, a schedule W drug, “and death was in fact caused to Austin Bond by the use of one or more scheduled drugs and the schedule W drug trafficked by the defendant was a contributing factor to the death ...”
According to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Detective Scott Hayden’s January affidavit, Bond was found dead in a Jefferson home April 18. The medical examiner’s report gave the cause of Bond’s death as acute intoxication due to the combined effects of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, acetyl fentanyl and citalopram, the affidavit states.
Olum faces a Class A charge of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs.
Other March 11 indictments, or charges, included:
Corey H. Ater, 32, of Phippsburg, one count each of Class D violation of a protective order and Class C violation of condition of release, on or about July 9, 2019 in Wiscasset.
Miles W. Brewer, 40, of Wiscasset, two counts of Class B aggravated assault, a count of Class B burglary, and one Class D count each of domestic violence threatening, criminal OUI and criminal mischief and two counts of Class D domestic violence assault, on or about Feb. 5 in Wiscasset.
Zachary A. Kilton, 25, of Durham, one count each of Class C unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, Class E violation of condition of release, Class C unlawful furnishing of scheduled drugs, and Class B illegal importation of scheduled drugs, on or about Oct. 14, 2019. Court documents allege the incidents occurred in Wiscasset.
Loretta S. Perkins, 38, of Wiscasset, three counts of Class A aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, and two criminal forfeiture counts, no classes listed, on or about May 10, 2019 in Lincoln County.
A separate indictment against Perkins March 11 listed two counts of Class A aggravated trafficking in schedule W drugs, three counts of Class B unlawful trafficking of schedule W drugs, and a criminal forfeiture count, on or about April 30, 2019. Court documents allege the incidents occurred in Wiscasset.
Angela L. Webster, 44, of Waldoboro, one count each of Class B theft by unauthorized taking, Class C forgery, and Class D misuse of identification, between Nov. 1, 2018 and July 1, 2019 in Damariscotta.