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Troop B Weekly
Tr. Smith and Tr. Green represented the MSP and attended the wake of retired Maine State Police Sgt. Roger Parlin. Sgt. Parlin was also the father to Retired Det. Sgt. Doug Parlin.
Trooper Physic concluded his winter season of coaching basketball at the Lewiston Recreation Department. Trooper Physic’s team finished 3rd place. Trooper Physic will begin his own spring, summer basketball program where he will serve as mentor, director, and coach. This is Trooper Physic’s 3rd year running this program which serves kids who are economically challenged.
Trooper Bureau attended Grand Jury in Portland and was able to get an indictment on a young man from New Gloucester after Bureau recently arrested him for a class B Burglary of a residence and class C Theft. The co-defendant in this case has already pleaded out to the same charges.
Trooper Pappas indicted a number of individuals for drug trafficking this past month stemming from cases with MDEA and MSP.
Trooper Pappas charged a Greene female for possession of oxycodone after finding several pills in her vehicle.
Trooper’s Bureau and Recruit Huntley stopped to render aid to what appeared to be two motorists on the side of Waterford Rd. in the town of Waterford. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the motorists were not in need of assistance, and rather they were in the process of dealing drugs. During a search of one vehicle, Tr. Bureau and Recruit Huntley recovered 45 Hydrocodone pills in a sandwich bag, as well as a little over a half an ounce of Marijuana and a small amount of cash. Recruit Huntley took one man into custody for Trafficking schedule W drugs (class B) and Tr. Bureau summonsed the other for possession of Schedule W drugs (class C).
Trooper Pappas charged a Bangor man for possession of scheduled W drugs following a traffic stop in which 15 oxycodone tablets were seized in his vehicle.
Trooper Pappas charged Houlton woman for possession of scheduled W drugs after 4 hydrocodone pills were found in her vehicle.
Trooper Cote stopped a vehicle on Route 4 in Livermore. An adult male passenger was found to have two active Warrants for unpaid fines/fees out of Augusta and Lewiston District Courts respectively. He was arrested. The 19 year old male operator was found to be in possession of marijuana and summonsed for Illegal Transportation of Drugs by a Minor. In addition, another adult male passenger was found to also be in possession of marijuana. He was summonsed for Possession of a Usable Amount of Marijuana. The male with the warrant was transported to the Androscoggin County Jail.
Trooper Cote stopped a vehicle on Turner Center Road in Turner. The adult male operator was found to be in possession of marijuana, a scale, and some rolling papers. The contraband was seized and he was summonsed for Possession of a Usable Amount of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Tr. Smith’s investigation of a theft at the Cumberland Plaza on the Turnpike resulted in one female employee being charged with theft. The crime was captured on video. Tr. Teachout assisted in the investigation.
Tr. Fillebrown assisted Tr. Stevenson with a stolen vehicle complaint in Livermore. The vehicle was located in Dixfield and Tr. Fillebrown processed the vehicle there. After processing the vehicle, Tr. Fillebrown spoke with the alleged respondent and was able to gain a confession from the male.
Trooper Jamo received a report of a possible domestic disturbance involving a suicidal/intoxicated male in New Gloucester, and that the male had fired a single gunshot into the wall of his bedroom. The male’s live-in girlfriend, and mother of his child, called 911 and reported this as she and the couple’s five year old boy hid in a locked bedroom in the upstairs portion of the house. It was soon determined that the male had assaulted the girlfriend prior to the 911 call and the situation was becoming more volatile. Troopers Maguire and Wing, along with numerous CCSO Deputies responded to assist with the call and helped establish a perimeter. Once the perimeter was in place, Tr. Jamo announced the presence of the State Police & Sheriff’s Department on his cruiser’s PA system, while a CCSO negotiator attempted contact via cell phone. While attempting to call the male out of the residence, Gray RCC advised Tr. Jamo that the female caller was now reporting that the male was making his way upstairs toward them. After hearing this, Tr. Jamo advised everyone on the perimeter to prepare for an entry into the home. However, just as the Deputies/Troopers reached the front entryway into the home, the 34 year old male emerged from the residence and submitted to arrest without incident. After the arrest, Troopers Maguire and Wing assisted in evidence collection, the removal of firearms for safe keeping, and interviews. Specifics of the alleged assault were reported to Tr. Maguire as the female reported being pinned down by the male and punched/choked. Tr. Jamo transported the male to CCJ where he declined to interview and was summoned to Portland District Court for DV Assault. Tr. Jamo will also be requesting that the DA’s office consider a charge of Reckless Conduct with A Deadly Weapon.
Trooper Stevenson responded to Lisbon after a female called to report a Domestic Assault that had occurred the night before in Turner. When Trooper Stevenson arrived at the victim’s house he discovered that the suspect had also arrived there. The suspect was intoxicated and initially arrested by Trooper Stevenson for disorderly conduct. Investigation found that the suspect had assaulted the victim and damaged her vehicle by intentionally backing his truck into her car two times. The suspect was also arrested for those crimes.
Trooper Wing was called to Sunday River for a report of a subject that struck five vehicles. When Tr. Wing arrived he found that one of the five vehicles was actually the offending vehicle. Contact was made with the operator of the offending vehicle and determined he had been drinking. The subject claimed to be the owner of WB Mason and then refused to cooperate with Tr. Wing’s investigation. He refused to perform SFST’s and then enroute to the jail urinated in Tr. Wing’s cruiser. He also refused to respond to the OUI green form questions and take the intoxilyzer. He was summonsed for Aggravated Criminal Mischief Class C, OUI Refusal Class D and DTE Class E.
Trooper Cote arrested an adult male for Operating under the Influence on Woodman Hill Rd in Minot in conjunction with an investigation being conducted by Trooper Hanson in reference to stolen motor vehicle out of Sumner. The operator who had stolen the vehicle crashed it in Minot and walked away. He was located a short distance away and put through a battery of field sobriety tests. He was taken to the Androscoggin County Jail where he was administered an Intoxilyzer test that revealed a BrAC of 0.16 grams. In addition to being summonsed for Operating under the Influence by Trooper Cote, the male was also summonsed for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle by Trooper Hanson.
Trooper Wing stopped a logging truck and found the fuel use decal sticker had expired June 2012. The operator was given a USAC for FT Display Fuel Use Decal.
Trooper Cote was traveling southbound on the turnpike in Auburn when a vehicle passed him at 97 M.P.H. in the posted 65 M.P.H. zone. He stopped it and summonsed the adult male operator for Criminal Speed. He told Trooper Cote that he had been in a hurry because he was late for traffic court in Portland as a result of previous speeding ticket.
Trooper Cote stopped a vehicle during inclement weather on the turnpike in Auburn in an area that had a reduced maximum speed of 45 M.P.H. The vehicle had been traveling 77 M.P.H. The out of state operator admitted to seeing the flashing 45 M.P.H. sign approximately a ½ mile prior but failed to lower his speed. He had been in a hurry to get home. He was summonsed for Criminal Speed.
Tr. Smith charged a 19 yr old male with Criminal Speed in Raymond after he was stopped for driving 102 mph in the posted 55 mph zone. He was trying to get his mother’s car home to his mother who wanted to go and visit his sister’s grave. She had recently died in a motor vehicle crash.
Trooper Jamo received a third party report of a crashed and unoccupied vehicle on the dead end portion of the old Rt. 26 in New Gloucester. Upon arrival, Tr. Jamo learned that someone had crashed a white Subaru Forrester through the wooden barricade after accelerating down the dead end road. Tr. Jamo towed and placed a hold on the vehicle pending contact with the driver. As expected, the 47 year old registered owner called around 1400 hours the next day to report the vehicle stolen. After Tr. Jamo met with the subject and listened to numerous comical inconsistencies with his story, the male finally admitted to driving and crashing the vehicle after leaving the Eagle’s Nest bar in New Gloucester. Tr. Jamo cited the male for leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Crash & Failure to Report Accident by Quickest Means. The male has previous OUI history and is Conditional “Q” until 2021.
While responding to a serious felony level call, Trooper Wing observed an operator throw a beer can out his window. Tr. Wing stopped the vehicle and took the keys from the operator and told him to remain there until he returned. Tr. Casey arrived 10 minutes later and found the operator had removed his plates and fled from the stop. Contact was made with the on call ADA the following day who agreed that the operator be charged with Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention class D and VCRx2 class E. Tr. Russell located the operator and summonsed him for Tr. Wing.
Trooper Wing stopped a vehicle for the operator not wearing his seatbelt and found him to have a warrant from Waterville DC and on bail. The operator was arrested on the warrant and summonsed for VCR class E.
Trooper Stevenson responded to a disturbance in the town of Turner that was called in by a neighbor who reported that a female was outside a house screaming. When Trooper Stevenson arrived on scene he located the female and learned that she had been in an argument with her boyfriend who had locked her out of the house. The boyfriend’s identity was eventually confirmed and Trooper Stevenson learned that he had an arrest warrant. Multiple attempts were made to contact the suspect inside the house but he refused to come out of his house. Trooper Stevenson eventually made entry into the house with Trooper Cote and an Androscoggin S.O. Deputy and his K-9. The suspect was uncooperative, was bitten by the canine and then arrested.
Trooper Bureau and Recruit Huntley responded to a wanted man’s house in the town of Waterford. The male subject currently had a warrant for his arrest for failing to appear in Court for a Theft charge. Recruit Huntley subsequently arrested this man on his outstanding warrant.
Trooper Welch arrested a Florida man for an outstanding Maine warrant.
Trooper Jamo was patrolling on Rt. 100 in New Gloucester, specifically doing seatbelt enforcement, and noticed a southbound vehicle with the female operator not wearing one. After stopping the female, Tr. Jamo found that she was suspended, had two sets of bail conditions & was wanted on a FTA warrant out of Augusta District Court. Tr. Jamo cited the female operator and her female passenger for not wearing their seatbelts and subsequently arrested the female operator for the warrant and cited her for OAS and VCR.
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