Man Who Triggered Maine’s First Amber Alert Pleads Guilty to Two Charges 

The man who triggered Maine’s first Amber Alert has been found guilty of two of the four charges against him.39-year-old Gary Traynham was convicted of aggravated assault and criminal restraint.The jury was deadlocked on charges of gross sexual assault and burglary.Traynham was accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriends apartment in Sanford and sexually assaulting her, then taking off with their two-year-old daughter in November 2009.They were found the next day by a hunter in New Hampshire.