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Troop B Weekly
Trooper Jamo, along with other Maine Troopers and Officers from around the State, volunteered at the Maine Special Olympics Winter Games at Sugarloaf this past weekend. All Officers who attended posed for pictures with the Olympians, handed out awards, and encouraged the athletes in their respective events.
Trooper Stevenson stopped a pickup in Wales. The pickup’s inspection sticker was suspicious and further investigation found that it had been stolen out of Monmouth. Working with Monmouth PD the investigation continues.
Trooper Stevenson stopped a vehicle on Route 202 in Greene for driving 83 mph in a 50 mph zone. The operator was extremely nervous and eventually arrested for OUI. Further investigation found that the car she was driving had been stolen in Waterville that day. Once her identity was known, Trooper Stevenson learned that she had two sets of bail conditions. The suspect refused an intox and was charged with speeding, VCR, OUI refusal and class C theft.
Trooper Tirado arrested a 29 year old male for DV Assault, DV Criminal Threatening and Criminal Mischief after he threw his girlfriend to the ground and put a gun to her head in front of four children. Before leaving he took an ax to her vehicle smashing the windshield, sunroof and placing two holes in the hood. Sgt. Tilsley, Trooper Hanson, Trooper Turnick found the suspect at a friend’s house who was hiding him. The friend was initially uncooperative but ultimately exercised better judgment when faced with the consequences and gave up the suspect, who was hiding in a room.
Trooper Stevenson encountered a snowmobile driving at a high rate of speed down a public way in Greene. Trooper Stevenson followed the snowmobile to a residence and apprehended the suspect trying to flee into a house. Investigation revealed that the suspect was intoxicated. The suspect was arrested and charged with OUI snowmobile. His BAC was .22.
Trooper Cote stopped a vehicle on College Rd in Lewiston at the Greene town line for speeding. The adult male operator was found to be under the influence. When initial contact was made, he told Trooper Cote to take him in because he had had too much to drink. He was put through a battery of field sobriety tests and arrested. Marijuana was found in his pocket. He was taken to the Androscoggin County Jail where he refused to take an Intoxilyzer Test. He was summonsed for Operating under the Influence (Refusal) and Possession of a Usable Amount of Marijuana.
Trooper Levy, along several other State, County and Municipal Officers, assisted MDEA with a no-knock search warrant in Mexico. This was a joint operation on four different residences in two counties (Oxford and Franklin). The warrants targeted some high-profile dealers that MDEA had been investigating for over a year. All of the targets were taken into custody, without incident. Seized during the warrants were large sums of currency, along with various drugs.
Trooper Stevenson stopped a suspicious vehicle in Leeds. Investigation revealed that the operator did not have a license and she had attached false registration plates to the pickup. The suspect was arrested and found to be in possession of a usable amount of marijuana.
Trooper Wilkinson observed a pickup truck cross the centerline and abruptly jerk the truck back into the travel lane. 3 subjects were in the vehicle. The male operator was summonsed for failure to control motor vehicle. Upon further investigation Tr. Wilkinson searched the vehicle and the male passenger had Oxycodone in his possession. The male passenger was on bail conditions for a previous unlawful possession charge. The male was taken in to custody and charged with unlawful possession of scheduled drug and violation of conditional release, both felony charges.
Trooper Cote stopped a vehicle on Roxbury Road in Mexico for 60 M.P.H. in a posted 25 M.P.H. zone. The adult male operator stated that he had been listening to talk radio and not paying attention. He was summonsed for Criminal Speed.
Trooper Jamo arrested a 22 year Saco man after a traffic stop in Poland. Upon stopping the male for speed, Trooper Jamo learned that he was wanted for FTA, his license was suspended and that he was in violation of his conditions of release. Tr. Jamo transported the male to the Androscoggin County Jail without incident. The male was enroute to Sunday River to go skiing for the day.
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