Couple charged with endangering the welfare of a child after suspected heroin overdose

Following the investigation into this incident at the Villager, Jade DeCilla, 18, was arrested Monday on one count of endangering the welfare of a child.
According to Champlin, DeCilla was arrested in Gorham by the Gorham Police Department as a result of a warrant from the Bartlett police. DeCilla was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and is due to be arraigned at Conway Circuit Court on Jan. 17, 2017.
Champlin said DeCilla and Bradbury are a couple and that their 21-month-old child was with them at the motel under their care.
"On Nov. 27, the Bartlett Police Department began an investigation into a burglary that was reported to have occurred in the early morning hours at the Joseph's Spaghetti Shed Restaurant on Route 302 in Bartlett, where money was stolen," the release states. "This was reported prior to the suspected heroin overdose incident. As the result of an investigation by the Bartlett Police Department, on Dec. 8, an arrest warrant for one count of burglary, a Class A felony, was obtained for Mr. Bradbury and served at the jail."
Bradbury was video-arraigned from the jail in Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee on Dec. 9. As a result, he is being held on additional $1,500 cash bail.
"The Bartlett Police Department is actively investigating several burglaries and thefts that have been reported within the last two weeks in town," Champlin said. "We urge the public to call the Bartlett Police Department at (603) 356-5868 with any information that might be helpful."
According to Champlin, Bradbury and DeCilla are known to police. "Mr. Bradbury has criminal convictions of simple assault, criminal mischief, DWI and possession of drugs in his record," Champlin said.
In February, Bradbury was found guilty in First Circuit Court, Berlin of possession of burglary tools and criminal trespass for unlawfully entering Scoggins General Store in Gorham on Jan. 3. He was sentenced to two nine-month terms in the Coos County House of Corrections to be served concurrently with six months suspended and credit for 19 days of time served. Two charges of felony burglary, a charge of felony attempted burglary, and two charges of contempt of court were not prosecuted.
The Spaghetti Shed burglary is still under investigation, the chief said. "Officer Ian MacMillan, in particular, did an excellent job on this investigation, which is ongoing."