June graduate of St. Paul’s School indicted on sex assault chargesStaff Report
August 20. 2014 10:09PM
CONCORD — A June graduate of St. Paul’s School was indicted by the August Merrimack County Grand Jury on four felony charges and six misdemeanor charges related to his alleged use of the school e-mail and/or Facebook to lure a 15-year-old girl to a rendezvous on campus where he’s accused of sexually assaulting her.
Owen A. Labrie, 18, of Tunbridge, Vt., has been free on $15,000 personal recognizance bail since his arrest in July. Three felony indictments allege aggravated felonious sexual assault May 30, the start of graduation weekend. The fourth felony alleges the prohibited computer use May 28-30. Three misdemeanors allege sexual assault, two allege endangering the welfare of a child, and the sixth alleges simple assault.
At the time of Labrie’s arrest, Concord Police said the incident was part of a “tradition” in which seniors seek to hook up or “score” with undergraduate girls before graduation. The alleged victim reported the incident June 3.
In other indictments:
A Loudon man, Christopher Paquin, 23, of 11 Tote Road, was indicted on four felony counts of operating while a habitual offender on June 2, 3, 5 and 15 in Loudon. Three misdemeanor indictments allege breach of his May 6 bail conditions by driving on Route 106 June 2, 3 and 5, while his license was under suspension, and two misdemeanors of disobeying a police officer for failing to stop for officers with warning signals activated on Route 106 on June 5 and on North Village Road in Loudon on June 15.
Three Manchester residents were indicted in connection with an alleged scheme to steal merchandise from Wal-Mart in Hooksett:
• June Fuller, 52, of 597 Montgomery St., felony of organized retail crime enterprise, for allegedly conspiring with one or more persons to conduct theft at Wal-Mart in Hooksett on March 26. Fuller allegedly worked with Shantal Fuller and Scott Gagne. Misdemeanors of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and criminal liability for the conduct of another allege she took a juvenile to Wal-Mart for the purpose of theft.
• Shantal Fuller, 24, also of the Montgomery Street address, felony of organized retail crime enterprise for working with Scott Gagne to remove $120 in merchandise and sell it for $120 profit. Misdemeanors of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and criminal liability for the conduct of another, for escorting a juvenile into Wal-Mart to steal merchandise.
• Scott Gagne, 25, of 168 Bremer St., felony of organized retail crime enterprise in connection with the Wal-Mart theft scheme.
Among the other August indictments were three for a state prison inmate:
• Anthony Petricca, 47, two felony charges of possession of a narcotic, alleging he had cocaine and heroin at the state prison, and one misdemeanor of possession of a controlled drug, marijuana, while at the prison June 6. State Corrections department records show Petricca was booked into the prison that day, presumably after violating parole on a Merrimack County Superior Court conviction for which his minimum release date was March 4, 2013, and his maximum was Sept. 14, 2016.