No Charges in Wreck that Killed Two MMA Students 

Catherine Pegram

A man involved in a car crash in Stockton Springs that killed two Maine Maritime Academy students last fall will not be charged. Police say one of the students, who was driving, had been drinking and that played a part in the wreck.The Waldo County District Attorney’s Office decided not to prosecute 53-year-old Andrew Bradford of Kennebunk.20-year-old Richard Coakley of Mount Vernon and 21-year-old Matthew Felton of Merrimack, New Hampshire were killed on Route One, near the Muskrat Farm Road intersection.Police say Coakley drove over the center line and headed toward Bradford’s truck. Bradford swerved to the other side of the road but Coakley’s car moved back over and slammed into Bradford’s truck. Bradford is an MMA alum and was driving home after a homecoming event.