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Major Crimes Unit - South Weekly Highlights 6/18/2012
Det.’s Holmquist, Pike, and Ross spent several days last week locating and interviewing suspects in a prostitution investigation.
Det. Chavez attended training on the Project a Phone software put on by the MCCTF. This training will allow detectives to capture cell phone images rather than taking the phones to MCCTF offices.
Det. Chavez continues his investigation into the Fay Johnson missing person case. Johnson disappeared from the Bethel area earlier this year.
Det. Chavez is conducting interviews reference the Wanda Jean Mitchell suspicious death in Poland.
Det. Edstrom is investigating the alleged sexual assault of a nine year old boy by a thirteen year old relative.
Det. Edstrom met with Dr. Ricci reference the Ethan Henderson case. Dr. Ricci has reviewed all medical records of the children related to the case.
Det. Edstrom prepared for a civil proceeding which will take place this week.
Det. Harakles is investigating an alleged physical assault against a child in Alfred. The initial report came from an elementary school teacher who reported a five year old student had what appeared to be cigarette burns on his arms.
All Detectives in MCU-S attended NESPIN training last week. Retired Sergeant Matt Stewart taught the class which certified all Detectives as NESPIN access officers.
Det. Hainey assisted Troop A with an aggravated assault and robbery in Porter. The incident stemmed from a drug debt which led to a male being hit over the head with a shotgun and forced to give the assailant $100.00.
Det. Hainey met with members of the AG Office and Marshall Service reference the Tareek Hendricks case. Hendricks fled the State after killing Robert Stubbs in his Westbrook home. The Marshall Service has agreed to step up their effort in apprehending Hendricks.
Det. Leighton reviewed the Luke Bryant homicide scene in the town of Knox.
Det. Leighton conducted follow-up and case review in the Christiana Fesmire homicide
Det. King conducted a pre-employment exam and attended a section meeting.
Det. James had a cancellation in Augusta on Tuesday; on Wednesday he had court in York County; On Thursday he attended the State Employees Health Commission and worked on a cold case in Augusta; Friday he had a pre-employment exam for a State Police Applicant in Gray.
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