LEE, Maine (AP) — A former convict charged in a Maine spree of violence that left two dead will appear in court in the town where he was apprehended Friday.
A state police spokesman says 35-year-old Anthony Lord is due in court in Houlton on Monday.
Lord faces murder, kidnapping and other charges.
Friday's shootings in several northern Maine communities killed 58-year-old Kevin Tozier and 22-year-old Kyle Hewitt.
Two other men and one woman were being treated for gunshot wounds and were expected to survive, police said.
Lord was arrested Friday at his uncle's home.
Police say Lord's criminal record includes convictions for domestic assault, criminal threatening and assault, police said. He's on the state's sex-offender registry after being convicted of unlawful sexual contact with someone under the age of 14.