LANCASTER –Meeting in December, the Coos County grand jury returned 39 indictments against 12 individuals.
Andre J. Bergeron, 31, of 271 Willard St., Berlin was indicted on two charges of receiving stolen property and one count of forgery.
Kayla M. Delafontaine, 22, of 6 Brown St., Berlin was indicated on one count of fraudulent use of a credit card and six counts of forgery.
Dennis Ford, 26, of 87 Mason St., Berlin was indicted on two counts of robbery with a blunt instrument or fist, resulting in the victim incurring a head injury, dislocated shoulder, facial fractures, and a laceration to this lip. He was charged with first-degree assault and second-degree assault.
Justin McCarty, 43, of 679 Cheshire St., Berlin, was indicted on one count of robbery, one count of robbery with a weapon, first degree assault and second degree assault in the same alleged incident as Ford.
Charles Hanson, 49, of 10 Sargent St., North Woodstock, was indicted on a count of delivery of articles to prisoners, a count of conspiracy to deliver articles to prisoners, a two counts of possession of a controlled drug with intent to sell.
Jose Alberto Sanchez, 48, of East River Road, Berlin was charged with a count of conspiracy to deliver articles to prisoners and possession of a controlled drug with intent to sell in the same incident as Hanson.
Jesse Mason, 25, of 26 Quimby Rd., Bow, was indicted on a charge of possessions of a controlled drug.
Jacquelyn Morton, 78, of 431 Weford Circle, Venice, FL., was indicted on two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.
Michael E. Pelletier, 37, of 300 Hillside Ave., Berlin was indicted on a charge of second-degree assault and a charge of domestic violence.
Ricardy Roseaux, 30, of 6 Smithville Rd. Rumford, Maine, was indicted on a charge of conspiracy to sell a controlled drug.
Branden Wilson, 19, of 114 Madigan St., Berlin was charged with three counts of felonious sexual assault involving a 14-year old.
Darlene Young, 50, of 40 Wesson Rd. Lancaster, was indicted on a charge of operating a motor vehicle after certification as a habitual offender.