2018-03-07 / Local

Carrillos allegedly abused, assaulted at Two Bridges Jail

Couple accused of beating, killing 10-year-old girl
From staff and wire reports


The Lincoln County Sheriff ’s Office has confirmed an assault occurred at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset on Saturday.

“This assault involved two inmates that were being housed in a special management portion of the jail,” the sheriff ’s office stated in a press release. “An initial investigation completed by a Detective from the Sheriff ’s Office resulted in 34-year-old Paul S. Andrews from Jackson Maine being charged with Assault and Criminal Threatening. Both crimes are class D misdemeanors.”

The other inmate involved was transported to Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick and treated for minor non-life threatening injuries before being returned to the jail.

The investigation is ongoing, and the sheriff ’s office says a completed report will be forwarded to the Wiscasset District Attorney’s Office for final review.

The sheriff ’s office stated it does not release the names of victims during active investigations, however, the Portland Press Herald cited Lincoln County Sheriff ’s Detective Ron Rollins as saying the other inmate was Julio Carrillo, 51, of Stockton Springs.

Julio Carrillo and his wife, Sharon Carrillo, have been jailed following charges related to the murder of their 10-year-old daughter.

Sharon Carrillo has also been allegedly abused while at Two Bridges, according to her defense attorney.

Attorney Chris MacLean tells WCSH-TV that 33-yearold Sharon Carrillo shouldn’t be in jail and that there is not always enough staff to keep her safe.

Col. James Bailey, administrator of the Two Bridges Jail, says Sharon Carrillo is in protective custody at the jail. He said he’s not aware of any security concerns or reports of abuse.

Authorities say the Carrillos repeatedly beat Marissa Kennedy before her death last month.

MacLean says Sharon Carrillo was also the victim of “horrific abuse” and called Julio Carrillo “a complete monster.”

Police say the Carrillos took turns beating the girl and tried to make it appear that her death was an accident.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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