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Criminal Mischief - (08/19/15)

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Police seek information on motel robbery

BANGOR The Bangor Police Department is looking for a man who robbed the local Motel 6.

On Aug. 13, around 9:54 p.m., Bangor Police received the report that a robbery had occurred at the Model 6 on 1100 Hammond Street . A man had threatened the motel employee claiming he had a weapon, but he did not display it. He left on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The suspect was described as a white male, approx. 5-foot 7-inches tall, heavy set , with dark hair and a beard. He was described as wearing a red T-shirt and a baseball hat.

This case is currently under investigation by the Bangor Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division. Anyone who thinks they have information about this case is asked to contact Detective Tim Shaw at 947-7384 ext. 5740 or Detective Josh Kuhn at 947-7394 ext. 5750.

Man violates protection order

BREWER A Hampden man is in jail for reportedly violating an hours-old protection order against him.

On Aug. 14 around 3:40 p.m., Officer Dan Costain received a report that a man may have violated his recently acquired protection order. A woman called saying Sean Waltz, 32, of Hampden, had entered her place of work. She told police she was surprised as he had just been served an order of protection approximately an hour before.

While searching for Waltz, Costain was notified by dispatch that Waltz was in the lobby of the Brewer Police Station. The officer spoke with Waltz, who said he 'may have made a mistake.' He told police he wanted to drop off a key and ask her a question.

He was arrested and taken to Penobscot County Jail and charged with violation of a protection order.

Meth bust in Brewer

BREWER Three people were arrested and charged with trafficking in meth after a joint effort between Brewer Police and the MDEA.

On Aug. 12 at 10:30 a.m., members of the Brewer Police Department and Maine Drug Enforcement Agency executed a search warrant at a South Main Street apartment. The warrant was the result of a joint investigation between Brewer Police and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency (MDEA) into the manufacturing and trafficking of methamphetamine.

MDEA's Clandestine Laboratory Team was called to assist in the investigation and cleanup as evidence of clandestine methamphetamine manufacturing was found.

Police arrested Jennifer Beaulieu, 21, of Brewer; Benjamin McGary, 22, of Brewer; and Adam Freeman, 29, of Hampden. All were charged with aggravated trafficking of schedule W drugs (methamphetamine, class A felony).

Cactus theft is a thing

OLD TOWN A man is facing charges for reported stealing several odd items whilst intoxicated over the weekend.

On Aug. 16, around 8:41 p.m., Old Town Police received the report of a suspicious person who took something from a residence on Franklin Street. The caller followed the man to a residence on Spring Street. Officer Justin Angelo located and interviewed the man, identified as Dylan Bernosky, 21, of Old Town, who was carrying several items that appeared to be construction-related items, which Bernosky threw to the ground as the officer approached. Angelo called the construction workers and confirmed that the items belonged to them. He also made contact with the residents on Franklin Street who confirmed they were missing items, including a fish bowl and cactus.

Bernosky was detained and placed in a cruiser. While waiting for the officer to conduct the investigation, Bernosky slammed his head into the cage of the cruiser, causing him to bleed profusely in the back of the vehicle. He reportedly also spat in the cruiser.

After being cleared medically, Bernosky was taken to Penobscot County Jail and charged with theft, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. The last charge was due to the car needing to be professionally cleaned of Bernosky's blood, thus rendering the cruiser out of service.

Meth bust in Old Town

OLD TOWN An Old Town man is facing charges after police located meth in his car after stopping him for speeding.

On Aug. 13, just after 12 midnight, Officer John McEwen stopped Patrick Pascal, 22, of Old Town for speeding on College Ave. He noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Since Pascal did not have a medical marijuana card, McEwen searched the vehicle and located a sunglasses case that contained eight grams of methamphetamine. Under the case was $480 in cash.

Pascal was charged with unlawful possession of schedule W drugs, a class C felony. The drugs had a street value of approximately $1,600.

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