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Tuesday, 13 August 2019 14:54

Criminal Mischief (08/14/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Toddler left alone leads to charges

BANGOR – Two people have been charged with child endangerment following the discovery of a two-year-old boy found alone outside a Bangor apartment building.

Tuesday, 06 August 2019 16:02

Criminal Mischief (08/07/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Milford man burns ex-girlfriend’s clothing

MILFORD – A Milford man was arrested after setting fire to his ex-girlfriend’s clothing outside his home last week.

According to the State Fire Marshal’s Office, 26-year-old Justin Loring was arrested after he set fire to his ex-girlfriend’s clothing in the front yard of his home. Loring is charged with aggravated criminal mischief. 

The fire was in the early morning hours Tuesday at Loring’s home at 1081 Main Road in Milford. Destroyed in the fire was the woman’s clothing, backpack and shoes.  She was not at the house at the time.  

Loring was taken to the Penobscot County Jail and later released on $850 bail. 

Drug arrest in Unity

UNITY – Two people are facing charges after a traffic stop uncovered approximately 70 grams of crack cocaine and heroin.

At around 10:30 a.m. on the morning of Aug. 1, Trooper Tom Bureau stopped a vehicle on school street in Unity for having no front plate. As a result of the roadside investigation, Tpr. Bureau called for a K9, and Trooper Luke Martin arrived as back-up and Cpl. Derrick Record with his K9 Tess arrived to assist. Troopers located 70 grams of crack cocaine and what is believed to be heroin in hypodermic needles.

The driver, Elisha Savoy, 28, of Washington was charged with expired registration (Class E). Tyrone Saunders, 49, of Brooklyn, New York, was charged with aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs (Class A). Also recovered from the vehicle was approximately $1,000 in cash, prescription medication, and loaded needles.

Further charges may be pending.

Arrests made in waterfront assault

BANGOR – Arrests have been made following an incident that took place on the Bangor waterfront last week.

At approximately 8 p.m. on the evening of July 31, officers responded to the area of Front and Railroad Street for an assault complaint. A local man – a transient – reported having just been attacked by two male suspects as he was making repairs to a bicycle.

As a result of this complaint, 18-year-old Liam Geagan of Brewer was arrested and charged with Assault class-D. Also charged was 19-year-old Benjamin Gilliland of Bangor.

During the investigation, Bangor PD became aware of videos which had been posted on Facebook. The videos depicted this incident and an additional assault, believed to be carried out by more than one suspect. One of the suspects identified as being involved in these attacks is a juvenile male. That juvenile male has since been charged with assault.

The investigation into this matter remains ongoing as of press time. Additional charges are likely.

Tuesday, 30 July 2019 14:29

Criminal Mischief (07/31/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Bangor robbery suspect in custody

BANGOR – A man is in custody after allegedly robbing a Bangor credit union.

Tuesday, 23 July 2019 15:05

Criminal Mischief (07/24/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Texting and driving under the influence

LEBANON (AP) — Maine State Police say a woman is accused of striking a parked police cruiser while texting and driving under the influence.

Police say 22-year-old Molly Foisy, of Sanford, allegedly struck the cruiser that was behind a tow truck in the breakdown lane of Route 202 in Lebanon Saturday.

Authorities say Foisy was traveling at a high rate of speed and narrowly missed hitting the tow truck, as well.

No one was injured.

Tuesday, 16 July 2019 17:19

Criminal Mischief (07/17/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Bangor PD seeks vandals

BANGOR – Officials from the Bangor PD are asking people for help in identifying the perpetrator(s) of recent acts of vandalism.

Over the past several days, Bangor PD has been investigating what appear to be random acts of vandalism. Officers believe more than one person is responsible for the actions, consisting of breaking several windows around the city. The suspects are using projectiles to break car windows along with the windows of private residences and some businesses as well.

Currently, law enforcement is working to identify those responsible for these crimes. They are interested in any video and/or pictures that will aid in our investigation. Early indications are that one of the vehicles possibly related to the investigation is maroon/red colored SUV that appears to be a GMC (possibly an Envoy).

If anyone recognizes that vehicle or has other information that may lead to those responsible, they should contact Det. Dustin Dow at 947-7384 x5737 or via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Callers can also press option #5 to leave a message on the anonymous tip line.

Tuesday, 09 July 2019 19:19

Criminal Mischief (07/10/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Parade crasher

ASHLAND (AP) — Police in the northern Maine town of Ashland say a 21-year-old man has been arrested on charges of driving recklessly during a parade in town, assaulting two fire department members and resisting arrest.

Police say they received a report on Saturday morning of a vehicle operating recklessly trying to get through the Ashland Days Parade. Emergency responders said a fire department member who was on foot was hit by the vehicle while trying to stop it. Police say the vehicle also struck another firefighter.

Police were able to stop the vehicle and take the keys but say the driver resisted arrest. He was eventually restrained and taken to the Aroostook County Jail where he was being held on $5,000 bail. It wasn’t known if he’s being represented by an attorney.

Tuesday, 02 July 2019 14:53

Criminal Mischief (07/03/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Spilled milk

FALMOUTH – There wasn’t any use crying about it, but there sure was a lot of spilled milk on the highway in Falmouth recently.

According to State Police, a tanker truck hauling milk overturned as it was exiting the Maine Turnpike in Falmouth on the afternoon of June 27. The wreck blocked the southbound exit that leads to the Falmouth Spur at mile 52. That exit was closed for a stretch, but the northbound exit was not affected.

State Police Corporal Fern Cloutier said the tractor trailer, owned by Clarks Milk Transport of Canaan, was traveling too fast on the exit, collided with the median guardrail, overturned and came to rest on its side.

The truck was driven by 21-year-old Ian Chadbourne of Palmyra who was taken to Maine Medical Center with minor injuries. The tanker had over 6,000 gallons of milk contained within; approximately half was spilled. The rest of the cargo was pumped out. The milk had come from a farm in Sabattus and was headed to the Oakhurst plant in Portland.

Assisting troopers were Maine Turnpike personnel and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection. No other vehicles were involved.

Tuesday, 25 June 2019 15:32

Criminal Mischief (06/26/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

MCJA presents awards

VASSALBORO – The Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro has announced its latest round of award recipients.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019 16:00

Criminal Mischief (06/19/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Moose mayhem in Dover-Foxcroft

DOVER-FOXCROFT (AP) — Police say a moose smashed through the window of a vacant pizzeria in Dover-Foxcroft.

Piscataquis County corrections officer Matt Poole snapped a photo of the moose stepping through broken glass onto East Main Street early Friday in Dover-Foxcroft.

The Dover-Foxcroft Police Department posted on Facebook, “We found the suspect and they are not in custody. Boring right?”

Maine has plenty of moose, and sometimes they wander into towns. But Police Chief Ryan Reardon said it was first time in 26 years he’d seen one run into a building.

State biologists estimate Maine’s moose population is between 50,000 and 70,000.

Tuesday, 11 June 2019 15:11

Criminal Mischief (06/12/2019)

Written by Allen Adams

Driving to endanger

GLENBURN – A Glenburn man is in jail and faces multiple charges following an attempt to avoid arrest that resulted in minor injuries to a Penobscot County Sheriff’s deputy.

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