Criminal Mischief (412)

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 00:25

Criminal Mischief - February 26th, 2014

Written by Katy England

Car burglars arrested

BANGOR Alert residence called police to report that men were allegedly attempting to break into cars.

Tuesday, 18 February 2014 20:03

Criminal Mischief - February 19th, 2014

Written by Katy England

Stabbing in Trenton

TRENTON Maine State Police say a Trenton woman was stabbed overnight inside her home, and a man was later found in nearby woods with self-inflicted stab wounds. Both are being treated at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, and both reside at the same house on Oak Point Road.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014 17:24

Criminal Mischief - February 12th, 2014

Written by Jodi Hersey

Volunteer firefighter indicted for arson

CORINTH - A former volunteer firefighter is in the hot seat. Nineteen-year-old James Mitchell is facing charges after allegedly setting fire to a vehicle in a Corinth gravel pit last summer. The Stetson resident was indicted last week by the Penobscot County Grand Jury and charged with arson, aggravated criminal mischief and failure to report a fire.

Tuesday, 04 February 2014 20:31

Criminal Mischief - February 5th, 2014

Written by Katy England

Oh, the tangled webs we weave

BREWER What was called in as an armed kidnapping turned out to be an ill-thought-out bid to avoid paying for drugs.

Wednesday, 29 January 2014 01:10

Criminal Mischief - January 29th, 2014

Written by Katy England

Theft of telephone lines

GREENBUSH The Penobscot County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of telephone line cables in Greenbush.

On Jan. 21, telephone cables from Fairpoint were stolen in Greenbush between the Greenfield Road, Milford and Lower River Road in Greenbush. Thieves cut the telephone line cables, causing service disruption to local customers. 

Tuesday, 21 January 2014 22:16

Criminal Mischief - January 22nd, 2014

Written by Katy England

Police to enforce Move Over' law after cruisers struck

AUGUSTA After six State Police cruisers were struck by other motorists in the past six weeks, Maine Troopers have begun to beef up enforcement of the state's 'move-over' law. That statute requires motorists to slow down and give police and other emergency vehicles room, while they are stopped along the highway with their emergency lights activated. The law says motorists should merge into an adjacent lane, if it is safe to do so, otherwise slow down. Three cruisers were struck last week and another three were struck in December. The chief of the State Police, Colonel Robert Williams, said, 'This is serious. When you see a police officer stopped along the road with their emergency lights on it's time to slow down and move over to give them room to work.'

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 23:12

Criminal Mischief - January 15th, 2014

Written by Katy England

Bangor man arrested for OUI drugs

BANGOR Police arrested a Bangor man for operating under the influence of drugs last week.

Wednesday, 08 January 2014 15:58

Criminal Mischief - January 8th, 2014

Written by Katy England

Bangor bank robbed

BANGOR Police are hoping the public can assist in identifying a suspect who robbed a TD Bank on Stillwater Avenue. 

Monday, 30 December 2013 23:31

Criminal Mischief - December 31st, 2013

Written by Katy England

Passenger breaks into closed bus station

BANGOR One of the stranded passengers dropped off at the station on Union Street is facing charges for allegedly breaking into the station.

Thursday, 26 December 2013 12:38

Criminal Mischief - December 25th, 2013

Written by Katy England

Someone steal your phone? There's an app for that

OLD TOWN Police were able to locate a stolen phone with a tracking application that led to felony charges for an Indian Island man.

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