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May 22, 2013

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Bangor police seek person of interest

BANGOR Authorities are trying to identify a man who is a person of interest in a burglary complaint where a credit card was stolen. 

On April 23, Bangor police responded to a Valley View residence to the report of a burglary. It was learned that an unknown suspect or suspects entered the home while the victim slept and stole items including at least one credit card. 

Police released a photo of a person of interest involved with the credit card and are trying to identify him. Anyone with information about the man's identity should call Bangor Police Officer Brian Smith at 947-7382. Callers may remain anonymous by pressing 6 to use the Tip Line.

She'd hit that

CALAIS  An area woman is facing charges for allegedly hitting a parked vehicle with her car and then driving off.

On May 16, Maine State Tpr. Jason Fowler investigated the hit and run of an unattended vehicle outside of Calais District Court. As a result of the investigation, Danielle Preston, 28, of Calais, was summoned for leaving the scene of an unattended vehicle accident and violation of conditions of release.

Where's the beef?

RICHMOND  Maine State Tpr. Chris Rogers stopped to assist a disabled pickup truck that was hauling meat on I-295 in Richmond when he learned the driver, Jessica M. Eversole, 32, had an outstanding warrant from Kentucky. She was arrested and taken to Kennebec County Jail.

Meanwhile, the passenger informed another trooper that he was planning on selling the meat in a convenience store parking lot. When police learned he had no paperwork or a license to sell the meat, they contacted the Maine Department of Agriculture. Inspector Heidi Chadbourne arrived, inspected the meat and declared that 34 of the boxes were not fit for human consumption.

She tagged the truck and impounded it until arrangements could be made to destroy the meat.

What do you mean you're taking my drugs?!

BELFAST  Police said a woman became 'out of control' when she was told that her drugs and drug paraphernalia were being seized as evidence.

On May 9, a Maine State trooper stopped Cheyenne Larrabee, 20, of Belfast, for a non-moving violation. As a result of the investigation, the trooper located drugs and paraphernalia in the vehicle and seized it as evidence. When that happened, Larrabee reportedly became physically out of control and was subsequently arrested for disorderly conduct.

She was also charged with unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, possession of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia.

Fun with inspection stickers leads to jail time

CHINA/SWANVILLE  Maine State Tpr. James MacDonald found suspicious inspection stickers in two separate incidents.

The first occurred on May 8. MacDonald stopped a vehicle on Alder Park Road in China for having a suspicious looking inspection sticker. The sticker was in fact a purple inspection sticker from 2008. The driver, Jason Foss, 36, told the trooper that he recently put the vehicle 'back on the road.' But further investigation revealed that Foss's license was suspended, and he was charged with operating after suspension.

On May 11, MacDonald stopped a vehicle on the North Searsport Road for another suspicious sticker. The investigation revealed that the driver, Christina Whitcomb, 27, had altered her sticker by cutting out the number 8 tab and placing it where the number 2 tab would be.

Whitcomb's license was also suspended, and she was subsequently charged with operating after suspension and displaying a fictitious sticker.


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