CARIBOU, Maine (AP) - The former chief of the Caribou Fire and Ambulance Department has been indicted on several sex charges.
Aroostook County District Attorney Todd Collins said Monday he cannot divulge much information about the charges against Roy Woods, but said there are two alleged victims.
Woods, 67, was indicted last week on three counts of unlawful sexual contact, one count of unlawful sexual touching and three counts of assault. He was not arrested and an arraignment has been scheduled for July.
The Bangor Daily News reports the alleged crimes reportedly all occurred in Caribou.
Woods resigned in January after 44 years with the Caribou Fire and Ambulance Department, including 21 years as chief. In his resignation latter, he cited medical reasons for stepping down. He could not be reached for comment.
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