June graduate of St. Paul’s School indicted on sex assault charges
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.
• 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.
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.