BANGOR – An Exeter man made his first appearance in court Wednesday. To answer charges that he broke into a family’s home, stole the underwear of a child, and left behind pornographic images.
Jason Robinson, 28, did not enter a plea today, and was quiet for much of the hearing.
He did, however, listen the state describe the family’s account of the alleged January 13th break-in.
Brendan Trainor, Penobscot County ADA, said “She was concerned someone had been entering the residence during the winter, so she taped some of the doors. She observed the tape seals were broken. When she was cleaning out her four-year-old granddaughter’s room, she located a torn page from a pornographic magazine.”
The prosecution alleges Robinson also stole children’s underwear from the residence and disposed of a game camera on which the family claims they recorded Robinson.
Bail was set at $10,000. Robinson is to have no contact with minors, the victims, or be on the street where the family lives.
His next court appearance is scheduled for October 3rd.
If convicted, Robinson could face over 15 years in prison.