Cornville man with terrorizing convictions in Somerset County indicted in Kennebec County – Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Mayo is not someone at Riverview. He#8217;s serving 2 yrs of probation included in the terrorizing plea. He#8217;s been purchased through the court to keep his medication plan within his probation.

Mayo was delivered to Riverview in November after he was considered incompetent to face trial on terrorizing charges. Mayo later was discovered qualified to face the legal terrorizing charge in June after several weeks of treatment at Riverview. He pleaded guilty towards the charge June 29 and it was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment, with basically eight several weeks and 25 days suspended. He was launched within 24 hours — June 29 — while he already had offered the eight several weeks and 25 days within the city jail and also at Riverview.

Doug Harlow — 612-2367

A probation hearing in Somerset County was ongoing earlier this year to Wednesday because Mayo doesn#8217;t have home outdoors of jail. His court-hired lawyer, Phil Mohlar, of Skowhegan, didn#8217;t react to demands for discuss the situation Friday.

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