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Maine Camp Burned Down; Man Charged with Arson
The State Fire Marshal’s Office has charged a young man from Warren in connection with a fire that burned down a camp in Warren in April.
National Night Out in Presque Isle: Crime & Drug Prevention Event, August 7th
Presque Isle will join thousands of other communities in the United States to participate in the 35th Annual National Night Out, August 7th.
8-Year-Old Found Dead Inside Home in Central Maine
The State Medical Examiner’s Office says the eight year old boy found dead inside his Oakland home Tuesday night died from a gunshot wound to the head.
Maine Warden Service Locates Two Young Missing Boys, July 18
Game Warden Pilot Gary Dumond spotted the boys from the air and directed game wardens on the ground to the boy’s location.
Florenceville-Bristol Man Charged With Nine Drug Offences
A 51-year-old Florenceville-Bristol man was charged with seven counts of possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Sheriffs Actively Seeking Two Suspects After Theft & Police Chase
The Sheriff’s Office is actively seeking Jessie White and Darcy Webber and arrest warrants have been issued for both.
MDEA Agents Seize Meth Making Operation in Portage Lake
The MDEA, state troopers and Sheriff’s deputies executed a search warrant Tueasday at a home in Portage Lake. Evidence related to the making of methamphetamine was found.
Emera Maine: Distribution Rate Case Ruling
The Maine Public Utilities Commission concluded deliberations Tuesday on Emera Maine’s request to increase the distribution component of its rates starting July 1, 2018.
Central Maine Man Sentenced to 8 Years in Federal Drug Conspiracy Charge
A Bangor man was sentenced Wednesday to eight years imprisonment for conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute and distribute heroin, crack cocaine and oxycodone.
AROOSTOOK ‘House of Comfort’ Opened This Past Weekend for the Public [VIDEO]
It was a nine year journey for those involved in the AROOSTOOK ‘House of Comfort’ but the doors were finally opened this past weekend for the public