Belfast Police have arrested two people for allegedly stabbing a man multiple times, robbing him, and leaving him in the woods.

Who Was Arrested?

Justin Wilmot, 20, and Isabella Noui, 19, both of Fitchburg, Massachusetts are facing charges in connection with an incident that happened sometime Tuesday morning near an encampment.

How Did the Alleged Incident Happen?

Police were called to the Waldo County Hospital Emergency Department just before 9:30 a.m. for a report of a man who was being treated for stab wounds. Officers spoke with the man who told them that he had been robbed at knife point in the woods and then stabbed multiple times. The suspects then fled the scene, leaving him to make his way out of the woods to call for help. Belfast Police Chief Robert Cormier says the victim suffered serious life-threatening injuries and was transported to Maine Medical Center in Portland. It's believed the incident happened near a wooded trail and encampment, west of Route 1 and south of the CMP power lines.

What Charges Do the Suspects Face?

As the result of the subsequent investigation, Belfast Police located the two suspects in Bangor, executed a search warrant, and recovered the victim's property, wallet, and the knife allegedly used in the attack. The two suspects were taken back to Belfast for questioning and, as a result, now face multiple charges.

Justin Wilmot is charged with:

  • Attempted murder
  • Elevated aggravated assault
  • Armed robbery
  • Falsifying physical evidence

Isabella Noui is charged with:

  • Armed robbery
  • Criminal conspiracy
  • Falsifying physical evidence

Both Wilmot and Noui are being held at the Waldo County Jail without bail. They're expected to appear in court on Monday.

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