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Weekly Highlights-Media Version
This week Troop J responded to 165 calls for service. The following are the noteworthy complaints:
Trooper Greg Roy investigated a burglary complaint in Trenton. It was reported that the owner had been out of the area for approximately six months and when they returned they discovered the apartment had been broken into and many belongings had been taken. Trooper Roy obtained a search warrant for the neighbor’s apartment and recovered many of the stolen items. The investigation continues.
Trooper Daniel Ryan handled a burglary complaint in Blue Hill. A suspect was warned for trespass and the victim refused to pursue criminal charges.
Trooper Andrew Foss responded to a harassment complaint in Jonesboro. The individuals were given a warning.
Trooper Staci Carpenter received a trespassing complaint in Pembroke. The complainant advised that they are currently staying in Massachusetts and a friend had found a male subject standing in the living room of her residence when they checked it the previous night. The subject fled into the woods and has not been identified.
Trooper Staci Carpenter received a theft complaint in Charlotte. It was reported that copper piping had been taken. The investigation continues.
Trooper Cliff Peterson arrested Joshua Crabtree (31) of Franklin on an outstanding warrant out of Ellsworth District Court for failure to pay fines.
Trooper Cliff Peterson investigated a burglary complaint in Franklin. It was reported that the residence had been broken into and a check had been taken. The investigation continues.
Trooper Daniel Ryan handled a phone harassment complaint in Blue Hill.
Trooper Jessica Shorey and her K-9, conducted a search at a local school in Lincoln along with Trooper Barry Meserve and his K-9.
Trooper Daniel Ryan summonsed Calandra Fitzgerald (31) for theft and violation of bail stemming from a shoplifting case on April 15th in Stonington.
Trooper Miles Carpenter responded to a theft complaint in Lubec where scrap metal was reported stolen. The stolen items were located. William Feltner (28) was arrested for theft and violating conditions of release and Christopher Feltner (31) was summonsed for theft.
Trooper Michael Southard summonsed Aaron Maguire (20) off the coast of Frenchboro for operating after suspension in reference to a case from March 7, 2012. Marine Patrol assisted.
Trooper Michael Southard responded to a burglary complaint in Sullivan where a vacant residence was broken into. Investigation continues.
Trooper Michael Southard responded to a burglary complaint in Otis where items were damaged in a residence. This was unfounded and found to have been caused by a dog in the residence.
Trooper Chris Smith completed a lengthy theft investigation in Hancock. Trooper Smith summonsed Derek Bradford (27) of Trenton for Class B felony theft.
Trooper Greg Roy responded to a trespassing complaint in Hancock. It was reported that Sheri Snow (41) of Eastbrook was intoxicated and causing problems at a residence. Trooper Roy located Snow as he was responding to the scene and arrested her for OUI. Snow was transported to the Hancock County jail.
Trooper Christopher Smith investigated a burglary and vehicle theft in Waltham. The complainant discovered that a company garage was broken into overnight and a pickup was stolen. The suspect apparently crashed a Jeep Grand Cherokee across the roadway from garage and it appears that they used the stolen truck in an attempt to push out the Jeep. The stolen pickup truck was later recovered by its owner on a woods road in Sullivan. On 04-29-2012 Trooper Smith communicated with Jack “JD” Wentworth Jr. (26) by telephone which resulted in Wentworth turning himself into the Hancock County Jail. Wentworth was arrested for burglary (class C), unauthorized use of property (class D), and criminal mischief (Class D).
Trooper Chris Smith received a theft report of copper gas tubing from the exterior of a camp located in Great Pond. Investigation continues.
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