ALFRED, Maine — A York County Superior Court judge on Monday agreed to reduce bail for Justin P. Main, 25, the man accused of repeatedly stabbing his brother at a Kennebunkport home earlier this month.

Main’s $10,000 cash bail was reduced to $1,000, with conditions, including no drugs, alcohol or firearms and no contact with certain individuals.

The judge, at the request of Main’s attorney Patrick Gordon, eliminated, as a condition of bail, that Main stay away from 53 Log Cabin Road in Kennebunkport, where his brother lived and where the alleged stabbing took place.

The reference to staying away from the Log Cabin Road house was a prohibition to his going home, Gordon said after the bail reduction hearing.

Main’s address when arrested was listed as 76 Martin Stream Road in Fairfield.

No further details of the case emerged in court on Monday and Kennebunkport police had no further information.

According to previous information given by Kennebunkport Police Chief Craig Sanford, officers from his department, as well as a York County Sheriff’s Department deputy arrived at 53 Log Cabin Road at 12:40 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, to find a man in the driveway, covered in blood, saying he had been stabbed.

According to police, the victim was taken to Southern Maine Health Center in Biddeford with several stab wounds on his head and neck. None of the injuries were considered life-threatening, police said, though Sanford said the victim was lucky to be alive.

Main was charged with aggravated assault and domestic violence, a class B felony.

Sanford said several children were inside the home at the time of the incident and that alcohol may have been a factor. He declined to say what type of weapon was used, other than that it was a “sharp object.”