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February 13, 2013

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Dunkin Donuts robbery

BANGOR Police are seeking the identity of a woman who reportedly robbed a Dunkin Donuts in Bangor.

On Feb. 5, around 7:10 p.m., Bangor Police responded to the Dunkin Donuts on Broadway for the report of a robbery after a 

Police said a woman walked up to the drive thru window and spoke to the employee, who then gave her an undisclosed amount of money. She subsequently fled on foot.

A K9 officer was called to assist, along with the Evidence Response Team. 

Anyone with information about the identity of the woman should call the Bangor Police Department at 947-7382. You can also leave an anonymous tip by pressing 6 to use the tip line.

Fast and furious 

ORONO  Police say someone's need for speed left another driver without a car.

Police were called about a vehicle that had slid into another car and became stuck in the median at the parking lot of Orchard Trails. When officers arrived, they found a 2002 Jaguar with minor damage parked on the grass, another heavily damaged vehicle nearby and skid marks on the road.

After interviewing the driver of the Jaguar and several witnesses, the witnesses indicated that the driver of the Jaguar took the corner too fast and lost control, causing the vehicle to skid into the parked car, according to police. As a result of the investigation, police charged the Jaguar's driver, Cody Miller, 20, of Hampden, with driving to endanger.

No one was injured, but the police estimated the damage at over $1,000 on the heavily damaged vehicle.

Hide the vodka

ORRINGTON  Maine State Police were called to a possible domestic disturbance over the whereabouts of a vodka bottle.

On Feb. 7, around 12:34 a.m., Tpr. Vittum was called to Snow's Corner Road in Orrington for a domestic dispute. A husband and wife who were reportedly intoxicated had been arguing, and it escalated when the wife hid the husband's vodka bottle. The subsequent investigation revealed no assaults or crimes had been committed and the dispute was verbal in nature.

The woman was given a ride to a local hotel at her request and no charges were filed.

Tip a Cop at Margarita's

ORONO  Officers from the Orono area will be assisting the waitstaff at Margarita's 4-8 p.m. on Feb. 16, bringing food and drinks to tables in the hopes of earning a 'tip.' The tips patrons give the officers will be donated to Special Olympics Maine.

'It's a good opportunity to see the local police in a different light and support a great organization,' said Capt. Josh Ewing of the Orono Police Department.

Bangor police file charges in purse thefts

BANGOR  After a lengthy investigation that included several tips from the public, police identified and summoned two people suspected of stealing purses over a two-month period.

Officers Joe Baillargeon and Brian Smith the Bangor Special Enforcement Team summoned Shannon Keene, 32, of Bangor, and Levi Archer, 32, of Bangor. The thefts occurred in December 2012 and January 2013, where victims had their purses stolen from shopping carts after leaving them unattended for just seconds.


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