Affidavit: Bangor Woman Admits to Cutting Murder Victim

Updated 2 years ago

A woman accused of stabbing a man to death in Bangor last week was in court Monday.53 year old Gail Judd is charged with the murder of 47 year old Michael Drouin, who was found dead in an apartment on Court Street last Wednesday night.According to a court affidavit, police were responding to a reported theft at the apartment building when Drouin’s body was discovered inside Judd’s apartment.The report says that during questioning, Judd told police Drouin was forcing himself on her and she grabbed the knife for protection.The documents say she admitted to cutting him and leaving, but told police she didn’t think he was dead.In the interview, Judd mentioned that Drouin had domestic violence charges against him, which police noted had been dropped.In court, state prosecutor Andrew Benson remained tight lipped on the case, but admitted Judd and Drouin had a history.”Without commenting too deeply on the facts, it’s my understanding they were former romantic partners,” said Benson.Judd is being held without bail.The state asked that she undergo a psychological evaluation.Her next court appearance is scheduled for April 2.


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