An 80-year-old Florida man has been indicted for the murder of 86-year-old Leo Corriveau, who was found dead in his Presque Isle home this summer.


Robert Craig was indicted by the Aroostook County Grand Jury as it completed its ninth session of 2016. Maine State Police charged Craig after family members found Corriveau's body on July 21st. An autopsy by the state medical examiner determined the death was a homicide.

The murder charge carries a minimum penalty of 25 years behind bars, and a maximum of life in prison.

This was among 20 indictments handed down Friday against 19 individuals charged with various crimes in Aroostook County, according to information from District Attorney Todd R. Collins.

To view the complete list of Aroostook County Grand Jury indictments for September 2016 click this link.

Note: The Grand Jury does not determine innocence or guilt, but finds probable cause that the defendant committed a crime.