2017-03-25 / Front Page

Woman wanted on theft charges turns self in

By ALAN BENNETT
Staff Writer

BIDDEFORD — The transient woman wanted by Maine State Police on theft charges has turned herself in.

Jennifer N. Nadeau, known as Nicole Nadeau, 39, turned herself in Friday, appearing with her lawyer before Judge Jeffrey Moskowitz at Alfred Superior Court.

Nadeau was wanted on charges of Class C felony theft. Police had been seeking information from the public as to her whereabouts since Thursday afternoon, describing her as a transient who may be residing in the Biddeford area.

Corp. Doug Cropper said Friday afternoon Nadeau was assigned a July court date and was bailed on personal recognizance. He said she has established a residence in Biddeford. 

Felony theft is a Class C crime carrying a sentence of up to five years in prison and fines upward of $5,000.

— Staff Writer Alan Bennett can be contacted at 282-1535, ext. 329 or abennett@journaltribune.com. 


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