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Wednesday, 10 April 2013 10:57

April 10, 2013

Brewer Police promote two

BREWER Two members of the Brewer Police Department were recently promoted: Nelson Feero was promoted to patrol sergeant and Elizabeth Kelley was promoted to the rank of corporal.

Feero first came to the Brewer Police Department as a special officer (reserve) in December of 2000. Sgt. Feero worked as a full time police officer for the University of Maine Police Department until September of 2003 when he became a full time police officer with the Brewer Police Department. Sgt. Feero, while a patrol officer, served two years as the Brewer High School Resource Officer. In February 2008, he was assigned to the Detectives Division. In February 2010, then Detective Feero was promoted to the rank of Corporal and assigned to the Patrol Division. Sgt. Feero has also attended the DEA State/Local Narcotic Investigator course and throughout his career has been involved with the Brewer Police Department's counter-drug efforts.

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Wednesday, 03 April 2013 11:30

April 3, 2013

Intruder tased and arrested

BANGOR A Bangor man was tased after allegedly getting into an altercation with police who were called to a residence for the report of an intruder.

Police say officers were called to the State Street address on March 25 at around 7 a.m. where a woman had returned home and found a strange man inside her house when she unlocked her door. Surprised, she asked him who he was and he invited her to come inside. Instead, she fled to her car where she called 911.
The suspect reportedly followed her to her vehicle, opened her passenger door and demanded she come back inside. He fled back into the house when she refused, according to police.

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Wednesday, 27 March 2013 12:59

March 27, 2013

Armed robbery on Ohio Street

BANGOR Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened on Ohio Street.

On March 21, around 10:50 p.m. authorities received a call about a fight in the area of 166 Ohio Street. When they arrived, officers located witnesses and found evidence of a fight, including a trail of blood and a handgun. 

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Wednesday, 20 March 2013 11:52

March 20, 2013

Too much green beer?

BANGOR Police were busy on St. Patrick's Day well into the wee hours of Monday morning. Here's a round-up of six people who ended up on the wrong side of the green holiday.

Around 1:19 a.m. on March 17, Officer Derek Laflin stopped a vehicle for poor operation on Main Street near Interstate 395. The driver, Lance Kramer, 25, was arrested and charged with operating under the influence.

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Wednesday, 13 March 2013 14:26

March 13, 2013

Bureau of Motor Vehicles Detective Stephanie Beaulieu Honored by the Maine Chiefs of Police Association for Heroism

SOUTH PORTLAND, AUGUSTA, and CARIBOU, MAINE - Detective Stephanie Beaulieu of Fort Fairfield, who serves in the Department of the Secretary of State and works primarily out of the Caribou branch office, was scheduled to be honored in February at the Maine Chiefs of Police Association annual awards banquet for her actions on April 19th, 2012, that earned her the Association's Life Saving By a Law Enforcement Officer Award. That event was disrupted by the major snowstorm of February 8, 2013. Beaulieu was subsequently honored in Caribou on February 21, 2013.

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Wednesday, 06 March 2013 11:19

March 6, 2013

Easy target

BREWER Walking in the street is a surefire way of getting someone's attention. If that someone is a police officer and you have an active warrant, you might go to jail. And it's also unsafe to walk in the road.

On Feb. 18 around 3:55 p.m. Cpl. Steve Boyd stopped Robert Doyer, 46, of Brewer, because he walking in the road. Since Doyer had an active warrant, he was placed under arrest and taken to Penobscot County Jail.

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Wednesday, 27 February 2013 11:53

February 27, 2013

Wait how'd you get here?

NEWPORT A deputy familiar with a couple who appeared at court in Newport also apparently knew that neither had a valid license.

On Feb. 13, Jacob Hurd, 24, of Charleston, attended session at Newport District Court where Dep. Bobby Pelletier saw him and his girlfriend. Pelletier knew that Hurd's license was suspended and his girlfriend's license had been revoked. Knowing the pair lived a fair distance away and appearing to be attending the court session without anyone else, he followed them back to a vehicle that was parked a few streets away. 

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Wednesday, 30 January 2013 11:50

January 30, 2013

Elderly man traveling wrong way on I-95

BANGOR State police stopped a vehicle travelling the wrong way on I-95.

On Jan. 25, 9:08 p.m., police received reports of a vehicle going north in the southbound lane on I-95, Tpr. Chris Hashey located it at the end of exit 187. The 70-year-old man driving the vehicle appeared confused and told the trooper he was looking for the nursing home where his wife resides.

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:14

January 23, 2013

Police search for witnesses in child's assault

BANGOR Police are searching for anyone who may have witnessed a man assaulting a small child in the parking lot of St. Joseph Hospital on Jan. 18.

On Jan. 19, at 4 p.m., 30-year-old Scott Peavey of Carmel was arrested after a joint investigation by the Bangor Police Department and the Penobscot County Sheriff's Office.

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Wednesday, 09 January 2013 12:12

January 9, 2013

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.

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