BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A Penobscot County Grand Jury handed up several indictments Wednesday including one for murder of a little boy.
The grand jury indicted Edgard Anziani, 27, of Lawrence, Mass., on charges of murder and manslaughter. He is accused of killing 15-month-old Damien Lynn on February 23 in Lynn's apartment in Bangor. According to court papers, Anziani claimed the little boy fell down the stairs, but a state medical examiner says the boy's injuries were inconsistent with that claim.
The FBI arrested Anziani in Maryland at the beginning of March. He is being held at the Penobscot County Jail without bail.
The grand jury also indicted three people in connection with an alleged kidnapping in Brewer.
Benjamin McClure, of Bangor, Anjelika Cray, of Brewer, and Kara Doll, also of Brewer, are charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping, assault, and criminal threatening. McClure also faces an unlawful sexual conduct charge.
According to court documents, McClure grabbed the victim and pushed her into a vehicle while she had been walking with Doll and Cray. The victim told police McClure demanded money from her and sexually assaulted her.
Court documents state that when police looked through McClure's phone, they found text messages from Doll and Cray setting up a time to meet with McClure so that he could try to scare the victim into returning $600 that she stole from him.
According to the police affidavit, the victim told police she did rip McClure off for $600.
The same grand jury also indicted a 21-year-old former University of Maine student on charges that he stabbed another man outside a fraternity in January.
Christopher Girouard was indicted on charges of aggravated assault and assault. Police say Girouard stabbed a man outside the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house early in the morning of January 23. According to authorities, the man's injuries were not life threatening. Police arrested Girouard at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house where he was a member.
Girouard had previously entered a not guilty plea in the case.