Here's the latest weekly report from Troop F of the Maine State Police, based in Houlton:

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Nov. 16&17 – Trooper Casavant responded to Stacyville to assist the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office with a family fight.  A 26-year-old Stacyville man showed up at his ex-girlfriend’s house intoxicated. After a physical altercation, the male was removed from the residence.  The male then broke out the window in the front door before fleeing on foot.  The male was located on 11-17 by Trooper Saucier and Deputy Pete Stone.  He was arrested by the Sheriff’s Office.

Nov. 17 – Trooper Casavant arrested a 44-year-old Presque Isle man at Wal-Mart in Presque Isle.  Trooper Casavant was trying to find the male to serve a Protection from Abuse Order.  It was found that the male had warrants for his arrest.  Trooper Casavant located and arrested the male on the no bail warrants. He was transported to Aroostook County Jail.

Nov. 17 - Trooper Quint responded to Mars Hill for a report of a female that wouldn’t leave an apartment and was threatening to break property.  Upon arrival, the offending female had left but the victim claimed that the female had just barged in and was fighting with her and going to break her property before she fled the apartment.  After further investigation and locating the other female, it was determined that she had actually been invited over and an argument over money ensued between the two.  There were no criminal charges but the offending female was arrested by Trooper Quint on an outstanding warrant.

Nov. 19 - Trooper Darcy stopped a vehicle in Houlton for a violation.  During the stop, Trooper Darcy learned that one of the male passengers had an active warrant.  Trooper Darcy arrested the 23-year-old Houlton male without incident.

Nov. 19 - Trooper Darcy arrested a 26-year-old female from Benedicta on an active warrant.

Nov. 20 - Trooper Bell investigated a theft complaint with a juvenile at Hodgdon Mill Pond School. Investigation revealed that the juvenile was stealing from the money collected for admission to basketball games.  The juvenile was charged with Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer.  The case remains under investigation as multiple juveniles appear to be involved in multiple thefts of money.

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Nov. 22 - Trooper Lilley responded to Sherman for a report of an intoxicated female jumping in front of cars.  Trooper Lilley located the woman at her residence and a family member was going to watch over her and keep her home.  As Trooper Lilley was leaving the residence and talking to the family member, the woman ran out of the house and started assaulting the family member.  Trooper Lilley arrested the female for domestic assault and brought her to the ACJ.

Nov. 22 – Trooper Doody was called out to assist Caribou Police Department after a vehicle crashed through a building on Route 161 in Caribou.  The vehicle fled prior to police arriving on scene, however, the license plate from the vehicle was found in the wreckage.  Trooper Doody went to the registered owner’s residence in New Sweden and located the vehicle.  It had significant front end damage including deployed air bags.  There was mail and other items from the building that was struck lodged under the hood of the car.  Upon first interview, the 46-year-old female claimed she had crashed into a tree but since her vehicle was still operational she drove it home.  After Trooper Doody presented her with the evidence attached to the vehicle, she confessed to crashing into the building and leaving the scene. Caribou Police Department charged her with leaving the scene of a property damage crash, driving to endanger, and aggravated criminal mischief.  The damaged property, owned by a local radio station, is working with an engineer to determine if the building is a total loss.

Troop F of the Maine State Police is responsible for Aroostook County and the extreme northern sections of Somerset, Piscataquis and Penobscot counties.