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January 9, 2013

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Starting the new year off with some jail

BANGOR An area man is starting the New Year off wrong.

On Jan. 2, around 3:15 p.m., Officer Dennis Townsend and Taylor Bagley responded to a Penobscot Street address to the report of a man wanted out of an apartment.

A description was given out, and the suspect, Stephen Nason, 27, of Bangor, was taken into custody nearby after a struggle with the officers.

Townsend interviewed a female victim who stated that Nason broke into her apartment through a window and she found him passed out on the floor of her bathroom. She said she woke him up and told him to get out of her apartment. When he came to, he allegedly attacked her, punching her in the face and upper body several times as she ran to call 911 for help. Nason is a relative of the victim's, according to police.

Nason remains at the Penobscot County Jail charged with class B felony burglary and misdemeanor assault and refusing to submit to arrest.

Snowed in

FRANKLIN A Trenton man apparently didn't think his escape route through when attempting to flee from police.

On Jan. 5, Tpr. Greg Roy initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on the Rabbit Town Road in Franklin. The driver attempted to flee down a woods road which was not plowed, and his vehicle became stuck.

Roy chased the vehicle for approximately 150 yards on foot to where the vehicle was stuck. The operator, Hans Cote, 20, of Trenton, was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to appear. Cote was also summonsed for improper attachment of registration plates.

Man faces domestic violence charges for threatening messages

ORONO An Old Town man was arrested for leaving threatening messages to his ex-girlfriend.

On Jan. 3, around 10:43 p.m., officers were called to a residence on Margin Street for the report of a man sending threatening messages to his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend. Police said the messages indicated that the man, later identified as Keith Rhodes, 23, of Old Town, wanted to see his ex dead.

After interviewing all parties, police arrested Rhodes and charged him with domestic violence terrorizing and took him to Penobscot County Jail.

If you have warrants, loud fighting is not advised

BREWER A man was arrested after police were called to a verbal altercation only to find that one man had active warrants and bail conditions.

Officers Eduardo Benjamin and Paul Gauvin were called to a Wilson Street hotel for a reported assault in progress. When they arrived, the involved parties told police that the confrontation was only verbal in nature. When officers identified Kenneth Hammons, 48, of Bangor, they discovered he had two warrants and was in possession of scheduled drugs. He was arrested on the warrants and charged with violation of conditions of release and unlawful possession of schedule Z drugs. He was taken to Penobscot County Jail.

Woman arrested for felony assault

BANGOR An area woman was arrested for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend with a utility knife and is facing felony charges.

On Jan. 5, around 1a.m., Officer Wade Betters reported that a 40-year-old Bangor man came to the station to report he was assaulted by his girlfriend. Betters learned that the victim rents an apartment and that his girlfriend, Airdrie McLean, 27, of Bangor, spent the night. Police said the victim claimed that the couple had gotten into an argument when McLean grabbed a utility knife and attacked the victim, who had cuts on his forearms consistent with such an attack. The unidentified man said that the assault had occurred earlier in the evening, but initially he had been hesitant to report it and get her in trouble. After she had slept for a few hours she woke up and began fighting with him again, at which point he said he'd had enough and came to report it to authorities.

Betters went to the apartment and arrested Airdrie McLean, 27, of Bangor, for class B felony aggravated assault and domestic assault and transported her to the Penobscot County Jail.

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