BANGOR – Thirty-nine people were indicted Wednesday by the Penobscot County grand jury.
A former Bangor school official accused of possessing child porn was among them.
Alan Kochis, 62, of Brewer was indicted for possession of sexually explicit materials.
Kochis has been out on bail and ordered not to have unsupervised contact with any minors under the age of 18.
He is also not allowed to access the internet, with the exception of using his email on a device specified by the district attorney.
A man arrested for allegedly breaking windows at Central Fire Station in Bangor earlier this month was formally charged by the grand jury.
David Bileau, 55, was indicted on charges of robbery, disorderly conduct and refusing to submit to arrest.
In addition, a father and son from LaGrange arrested on drug charges also were indicted.
Lloyd McFarlane Sr., 55, and 24-year-old Lloyd McFarland Jr. each were indicted for aggravated drug trafficking and 17 counts of criminal forfeiture.
According to a statement from Maine drug agents, authorities stopped a truck traveling south on Interstate 95 in Waterville in July.
They said the father and son were inside with 400 oxycodone tablets that were going to be sold.
Drug agents said when they executed a search warrant at the McFarlands’ home on Medford Road in LaGrange, they found another 100 oxycodone tablets, 11 firearms and just under $30,000 in suspected drug proceeds.