Local Man Arrested for Burglary and Damage at Caribou High School
A Caribou man faces multiple charges including burglary and criminal mischief after police arrested him outside Caribou High School early Sunday morning.
Caribou Police Officer Dwight Wilcox was on patrol around 2:30 a.m. when he discovered a set of footprints in the fresh snow along with a truck that had its hazard lights on at Caribou High School, according to a news release. Upon further investigation, the officer noted there was minor damage to the exterior of the truck and parts were strewn on the ground under the driver’s side door.
Officer Wilcox opened the door of the truck and found 33-year-old Devin Delisle in a condition “indicative of drug impairment.” The inside of the truck was severely damaged.
A second vehicle was also found to be damaged and the Ski Shack on the school’s property had allegedly been burglarized. Caribou Police said the damage that Delisle caused was in the thousands of dollars. He was charged with Burglary, Burglary of a Motor Vehicle, Aggravated Criminal Mischief, Criminal Attempt and Criminal Mischief of a Motor Vehicle.
Police said Delisle was also charged with Assault after he fought with police officers and had to be subdued. He was transported to the Aroostook County Jail in Houlton. A court date is scheduled for March 7.
Assisting officers included Officer Craig Peterson, Officer Eric Depner and Officer Aaron Marquis of the Caribou Police Department.