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Weekly Highlights - Media Version
WEEKLY REPORT MAJOR CRIMES UNIT - NORTH February 18, 2013 to February 24, 2013
I. Items of interest to Local Media:
Detectives Stoutamyer, Crane and Sperrey continued working on Star Vining homicide follow up.
Section 6 detectives attended ROADS software training in Bangor.
Det. Sperrey attended Facebook informational training in Augusta.
Det. Sperrey attended Presque Isle District Court for James Peaslee- Criminal Threatening. This stems from a tact team call in Westfield ref assisting Troop F with a search & arrest warrant.
Det. Perkins and Lt. Coleman met with Det. Stetson and welcomed him to the unit.
Det. Stetson was assigned a background investigation.
Det. Stetson began investigating a DHHS referral in Madawaska.
Det. Brockway attended his monthly peer review for Child Forensic Interviewing.
Det. Brockway attended an autopsy in Augusta. Dr. Sweeney found nothing suspicious. The woman died Sunday morning in Oakland.
Det. Brockway worked on completing other sexual assault investigation reports.
Det. Chabot attended K9 training in Sidney. She also participated in a day-long search with the Maine Warden Service for three missing snowmobilers at Rangeley Lake.
Det. Chabot continued work on a Litchfield sexual assault case involving a 14 year old girl and her mother’s fiancÚ. There are six children in the home, and the investigation continues.
Det. Chabot worked on the Blanche Kimball cold case, and began pretrial interviews and trial prep for the March aggravated attempted murder of incarcerated murderer Lloyd Millett by fellow incarcerated murderer Franklin Higgins.
Detective Josh Birmingham developed a case plan for the Christopher Rines cold case.
Detective Josh Birmingham worked on the Ayla Reynolds case.
Detective Josh Birmingham continued to work on an unlawful sexual touching case in the town of Wayne
Det. King attended Crisis Negotiation Team training at the academy and worked on reports the remainder of the week.
Det. Bryant contacted the Kennebec DA’s Office and the Waldo DA’s office to try to get them to review several old cases that they have had in the review pile for a while.
Det. Bryant worked on the death in Oakland.
Det. Jackson began a child abuse case in Warren
Det. Andrews worked on reports and the Janet Brochu murder investigation.
Detective Jacques completed case reporting for the Waterville Homicide involving Matthew Partridge and to a suspicious death/assist to the Oakland Police Department involving the death.
Det. Tupper completed previously assigned child sexual abuse cases and worked on the Ayla Reynolds case.
Det. Fiske participated in 4 pretrial interviews and made more pretrial arrangements. She also worked with AAG Benson, Det. Pelletier and Det. Leighton to serve subpoenas.
Det. Fiske worked on a DHHS referral. . Det. Fiske received a prosecution status form and closed an open case.
Det. Fiske worked with DHHS on an active child sexual abuse investigation that she has been handling in Millinocket.
Det. Pickering attended a Machias District Court trial regarding a theft he investigated in Cherryfield. The defendant was found guilty.
Det. Pickering completed and submitted reports for a GSA investigation.
Det. Pickering worked on child sexual abuse investigation. The victim made a statement to a counselor that he had been sexually molested in the past by his grandfather who is a registered sex offender. Det. Pickering interviewed the victim and his parents. This case will be submitted to the DA for review.
Det. Mitchell attended court in Ellsworth related to a suppression hearing and trial for patrol related cases.
Det. Mitchell completed the Alton murder / suicide report and submitted it for review.
Det. Mitchell continued the investigation into a shooting incident that occurred in Clifton last week.
Det. Mitchell continued to investigate a child abuse case that occurred in the Bucksport / Orland areas several years ago.
Det. Mitchell completed his investigation into a child abuse case that occurred in Franklin. Once the report is completed it will be submitted to the Ellsworth DA for review and recommendation.
Det. Strout worked on active cases and worked on preparing a presentation for the Domestic Violence Homicide Review Panel.
Detectives from Section 5 reviewed missing person case files and completed NAMUS worksheets.
Det. Pelletier reviewed an unsolved cold case and is currently looking through items of potential evidence.
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