Allan F. Wigglesworth, 35, of Thomaston, arrested last June following a report of a shooting in Southport, has been sentenced to prison.
Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputies arrested him June 21 and charged him with Elevated Aggravated Assault, Class A, Aggravated Assault, Class B, and Aggravated Criminal Trespass, Class C. During the disposition process, the most serious charge was reduced to a Class B felony. One of the victims was transported by ambulance with a gunshot wound to her arm, and was transferred to LifeFlight to go to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. The second victim was transported to Lincoln Health Miles Hospital, where he was treated. None of the injuries were life-threatening. Deputies recovered a 22-caliber rifle at the scene on Church Street.
Wigglesworth pleaded no contest Nov. 26 to two counts of Aggravated Assault, Class B, a count of Domestic Violence Reckless Conduct, Class C, a charge of Reckless Conduct, Class C, and Aggravated Criminal Trespass, Class C. On Dec. 7, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the first count of Aggravated Assault, and two and a half years on the second count of Aggravated Assault. The three remaining charges netted a total of three and a half years in prison. The three lesser charges were to be served concurrently, and all the prison time except for three and a half years was suspended.