May 2020

  • Troop B - Trooper Michael Smith Retires

    Thursday, April 30, 2020, Trooper Michael Smith retired from the Maine State Police. He served on the Honor Guard as bugler and brought a great amount of solace to grieving State Troopers and First Responder families in their darkest hours.  Michael was the best Honor Guard bugler the Honor Guard has had the privilege of working with.  His discipline was second to none as he was best under the most difficult circumstances. Michael was presented with his retired Honor Guard plate #5 and medallion #5. This number will no longer be used in the Honor Guard as a sign of respect for his dedication to the Honor Guard ceremonial discipline. Lt. Tilsley presented Mike with a plaque in honor of his 22 years of State Police service.              


  • Troop B Weekly Report 05/04/2020-05/10/2020


    Incident Type:   Fraud

    Date:                                     5/04/2020

    Town:                                   Pownal

    Trooper:                              CPL. RUSSELL

    Brief Synopsis:  On 5/4/2020 Cpl. Russell received a fraud complaint from a residence of Pownal.  The complainant had found an apartment for rent on Craigslist and then communicated with the poster of the ad via e-mail who posed to be the property owner.  Over the course of 2 days several emails were exchanged and a deposit via PayPal was made for the apartment rental.  The complainant later learned that the owner of the property had passed away in March and it was a scam.  Along with the assistance of Det. Royle of the computer crimes unit a possible identity of the person owning the email address used has been determined (a resident of Iowa) and further investigation is underway to get additional information from Google, PayPal and Craigslist.


    Incident Type:   K-9 ACTIVITY

    Date:                                     5/04/2020

    Town:                                   Poland

    Trooper:                              CPL. RUSSELL and K9 Gus

    Brief Synopsis:  On 5/4/2020 Cpl. Russell and K9 Gus were requested by the Androscoggin County Sheriff’s Office to respond to a residence in Poland after a residence reported seeing a male subject trying to break into a neighboring residence and then flee into the woods.  Upon arrival the SO advised that they had discovered a car in the driveway of the neighboring residence which was a home under foreclosure.  They thought the subject may have fled into the house after finding a door unsecured.  The K9 team did a building search of the residence but no one was located inside.  Cpl. Russell then cast Gus in the area where the neighbor had confronted the subject and Gus picked up a positive track heading into the woods and up the mountain behind the house.  After approximately a mile track the team arrived at a small campsite and the subject was located in a tent.  It was determined that the subject was the prior owner of the “foreclosed house” and was not supposed to be there however criminal charges were not issued.   


    Incident Type:         Leaving the Scene of a pd crash

    Date:                          5/10/2020

    Town:                        Bowie Hill  Road, Durham                                                                                  

    Trooper:                   trooper Lemieux

    Brief Synopsis:       Trooper Lemieux was dispatched to 70 Bowie Hill Road in Durham, for a reported motor vehicle crash that had occurred during the overnight hours. A nearby resident reported the crash in the morning. The driver (Nicholas Spaulding) and his father later arrived on scene. Spaulding drove off the roadway causing his vehicle to go airborne hitting a utility pole six feet off the ground. Spaulding said he drove off the road attempting to avoid a deer. Spaulding was subsequently summonsed for Leaving the Scene of a PD Crash.


    Incident Type:   CRIMINAL SPEED

    Date:                                     5/10/2020

    Town:                                   Portland to Brunswick

    Trooper:                              TR. FLANAGAN & TR. LEMIEUX

    Brief Synopsis:  Throughout the week Trooper Flanagan and Trooper Lemieux stopped roughly 13 vehicles for criminal speed on I-295 between Portland and Brunswick.  Majority of the operators were issued civil infractions for 29 over the speed limit.  4 criminal speed summonses were issued with speeds ranging from 95 mph to 110.


    Incident Type:   PROBATION VIOLATION/oas

    Date:                                     5/04/2020

    Town:                                   Waterford                                                                                                                         

    Trooper:                              TR. PYBURN , TR. FILLEBROWN, CPL. RUSSELL, K9 Gus

    Brief Synopsis:  While investigating a DV related bail violation in Waterford, Trooper Fillebrown observed a male subject matching the suspect’s description, leave a prohibited residence. Trooper Pyburn was nearby and made contact with the vehicle the suspect was believed to be operating. After initiating a traffic stop, it was determined the operator was not the original suspect, being identified as Larry Cunnington of Lewiston. Cunnington is on probation for violation of a PFA and prohibited from having contact with the vehicle’s passenger. Due to various drug indicators, Corporal Russell responded to the scene and a K9 sniff was conducted on the vehicle. Cunnington was arrested and transported to the Oxford County Jail for a probation hold and charged with Operating After Suspension.


    Incident Type:         OAS/VCR

    Date:                          5/04/2020

    Town:                       Sabattus                                       

    Trooper:                   Tr. Willard

    Brief Synopsis: On 5/4/2020, Tr. Willard stopped a vehicle defect on Route 132 in Sabattus.  Further investigation led to the operator Amanda Engelbert being summonsed for OAS, VCR and False Attachment. 

    Incident Type:         VCR

    Date:                          5/06/2020

    Town:                       Auburn                                         

    Trooper:                   Tr. Willard

    Brief Synopsis: On 5/4/2020, Tr. Willard stopped a vehicle for no inspection sticker.  The driver and passenger, Joey Collins and Kristina Nickerson were both summonsed for VCR after numerous items of drug paraphernalia were located.

    Incident Type:         OPERATING WITHOUT A LICENSE             

    Date:                          5/04/2020

    Town:                       Durham                                        

    Trooper:                   Tr. Willard

    Brief Synopsis: On 5/4/2020, Tr. Willard stopped a vehicle for speed on Route 136 in Durham.  Operator Cody Mitchell was summonsed for operating without a license.

    Incident Type:   WARRANT

    Date:                                     5/05/2020

    Town:                                   Freeport                                             

    Trooper:                             TR. JAMES

    Brief Synopsis:  Tr. James stopped Ronald Crocker (40) of Brunswick on I295 for a speeding violation. Ronald also had an active warrant for probation revocation. He was arrested and transported to Cumberland County Jail without incident.


    Incident Type:   ARREST - OTHER

    Date:                                     5/10/2020

    Town:                                   Freeport

    Trooper:                              TR. JAMES

    Brief Synopsis:  Tr. James stopped Cynthia Bergin (30) of Portland on I295 for having an inspection and registration which expired in 2018. Cynthia was charged accordingly, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.


    Incident Type:         Community policing

    Date:                          5/07/2020

    Town:                       Leeds                                             

    Trooper:                   TR. PHYSIC, TR. WATSON, and TR. WILLARD

    Brief Synopsis: On 5/6/2020, Troopers participated in a parade for students organized by teachers from the Leeds Central School.  Troopers drove around Leeds celebrating the students and teachers for their hard work.


  • Troop G Weekly Report 05/04/2020 - 05/10/2020

    On 05/04/2020, Tr. Williams arrested Katie Hayhurst (35) of Schenectady, NY after she failed to stop for approximately six miles. Hayhurst originally passed Trooper Williams’ fully-marked cruiser at 125 MPH and maintained that speed until she exited in Kennebunk, hitting a curb and flattening her front left tire. Hayhurst was charged with Failure to Stop for Police Officer, Criminal Speed, and Operating Without a License. Troopers Duda and Loder assisted in the arrest.

    On 05/05/2020, Tr. Duda clocked a vehicle traveling 104 MPH in posted 70 MPH zone near mile marker 10 northbound in York. Tr. Duda caught up with the vehicle near mile marker 19 northbound and conducted a traffic stop. The operator, Paul Hardiman (35) of Quincy, Massachusetts, was heading to Sabattus to open his family camp. Hardiman was determined to be operating under the influence of intoxicating beverages. He was ultimately arrested and transported to the York County Jail for operating under the influence and exceeding the speed limit by 30 MPH or more.

    On 05/07/2020, Tr. Physic, Tr. Willard (Troop B), and Tr. Watson (Troop B) participated in a parade in Leeds that the Leeds Central School staff did to connect with their students and show that they missed them. There were many students on the parade route.

    On 05/09/2020, Tr. Welch stopped Alyse A. Moore (21) of Lynn, MA for Criminal Speed (103 MPH) at mile 31 in Biddeford. Moore was cited accordingly.

    On 05/08/2020, Lt. Baker stopped Sandra Lee Norton (76) of Massachusetts for Criminal Speed of 92 MPH in a 60 MPH zone. She was charged accordingly. 


  • Troop D weekly activities for time May 4th to May 10th, 2020

    On 5/3/2020 Trooper Belanger stopped Robert Mitchell (35) of Unity on Rt. 202 in Unity. Mitchell had a revoked license and performed poorly on SFSTs. Mitchell was taken to WCJ and given an intoxilyzer test. Mitchell tested above the legal limit and was charged with Operating After Revocation (OAR) and Operating Under the Influence (OUI).

    On 5/3/2020 Trooper Belanger stopped Robert Sears (28) of Liberty on Rt. 202 in Unity for following too closely. Sears had a revoked driver’s license, an active FTA warrant, bail conditions, and was in possession of unprescribed Xanax. Sears was charged with Operating After Revocation (OAR), Violation of Conditions of Release (VCR), and possession of schedule Z drug.

    On 5/4/2020 Cpl. Robinson stopped Nicholas Sapiel (22) of Winslow, on Route 137 in China for several vehicle defects.  Nicholas was found to be in Violation of his bail and operating after Habitual Offender (HO) Revocation.  Nicholas was summonsed for both offenses and released.  

    On 5/4/2020 Trooper Belanger stopped Adam Giggy (41) of Waterville on Ward Hill Rd in Unity. Giggy had a suspended driver’s license and was charged with Operating After Suspension (OAS).

    On 5/4/2020 Trooper Belanger and Cpl. Robinson stopped Brian Carroll (34) of Troy on Rt. 220 in Unity. Drug paraphernalia was seen in plain view. The vehicle was searched, and crack cocaine was located. Carroll was arrested and charged with possession of schedule W drug and use and sale of drug paraphernalia. 

    5/4/2020 Trooper Gleeson stopped Aaron Vogel (35) for speed on 295 in Bowdoinham. It was determined Vogel does not have a Maine DL and his prior license was revoked out of New Jersey. Vogel was summonsed for operating without a license.  

    On 5/4/2020. Sgt. Quintero conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle based upon the passenger Holly Grant (44) of Burnham smoking with a small child in the vehicle.  Grant was found to be in possession of hypodermic needles which she used to inject drugs along with prescription drugs which she admitted possessing without a legal authorization.  She was summonsed for the Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Unlawful Possession of Schedule Drugs. 

    On 5/5/2020 Trooper Belanger stopped Lance French (49) of Howland on Rt. 69 in Hampden. French did not have a driver’s license and was charged with operating without a license.

    On 5/5/2020 Trooper Belanger stopped a vehicle for speeding 46 in a 35 mph zone on Rt. 7 in Dixmont. The passenger, Kevin Wood, had an active warrant for a Protection From Abuse (PFA) violation. Wood was transported to Waldo County Jail. 

    On 5/5/2020 Tr. Lauren Roddy received a report of a Protection From Abuse (PFA) violation which occurred in Windsor the day prior. Jack Huntington (52) of Windsor, was charged with Violating a Protection from Abuse Order, Class D.

    On 5/6/2020 Tr. Bureau stopped Carolyn Elkins (39) for speeding on Route 139 in Benton. Upon further investigation, it was learned that Elkins was operating with a suspended driver’s license. Elkins was summonsed on scene and released to a licensed driver. 

    On 5/7/2020 Tr. Lauren Roddy noticed a large amount of smoke coming from Clark Rd in China. Upon further investigation she discovered there was an active forest fire with 1-2 acres currently on fire. Tr. Harrington assisted on scene. China Fire Department and Maine Forest Service handled the fire.

    5/7/2020 Tr. Verhille responded to a motor vehicle crash at 47 northbound. The operator, Amber Mondor (24) of Biddeford, ran off the road after swerving to avoid a groundhog in the roadway. Neither her or her passenger sustained any injuries. The vehicle was towed do to extensive damage. 

    On 5/7/2020 Sgt Quintero stopped Charles Ray (39) of Lincolnville when he was spotted walking down the road with a shotgun while drinking a Twisted Tea alcoholic drink.  Ray was with Francis Richardson (25) of Belfast who was armed with a hunting bow.  Ray was charged with Violating Conditions of Release.  Richardson was Ultimately Charged with Operating after Suspension. 

    On 5/9/2020 Cpl. Robinson and Trooper Belanger responded to 30 Moosehead Trail Apt L in Brooks for a 911 hang up. Susan Biagiotti (62) and Edward Desmond (63) were located in the residence. Both had been given disorderly conduct warnings by MSP earlier in the morning. Biagiotti was issued a summons for disorderly conduct. Desmond was arrested for disorderly conduct, assault, and refusing to submit. 

    On 5/9/2020 Tr. Dunn stopped a vehicle on I-295 in Bowdoinham for an inspection sticker violation. The driver provided a name of Mark Carlson and stated that his license was revoked out of Illinois. Further investigation revealed that the driver was actually Matthew Carlson (50) of Portland, who had provided his brother’s name. Matthew Carlson had an active warrant from 2011 and was also charged with Violation of Conditions of Release (VCR), Operating After Revoked and FT Provide Correct Name/DOB.

    On 5/9/2020 Tr. Martin stopped a vehicle with no rear registration plate. The operator Tyler Mckinney (19) was found to have a marijuana pipe in his possession and was charged with sale or use of drug paraphernalia. The passenger Jordan Brown (20) was charged with possession of a usable amount of marijuana and having drug paraphernalia. 

  • Arrest in Corinna Robbery

    Mark Dunlop, 43, Plymouth

    State Police have charged a man from Plymouth with robbing a convenience store in Corinna early Saturday morning (May 9, 2020).  43 year old  Mark Dunlop was taken into custody at his home early this afternoon.  He is charged with robbery and was transported to the Penobscot County Jail.  Troopers said the Somerset Sheriff’s Office assisted in the investigation, along with the Maine Warden Service,  and Dexter and Newport Police.

  • Statement of Maine Department of Public Safety Commissioner Michael Sauschuck and Colonel John Cote, Chief of the Maine State Police

    The Maine State Police is aware of a published complaint that includes allegations involving the Maine Information and Analysis Center (MIAC) and two valued leaders within our agency. As a matter of policy and on the advice of the Maine Attorney General’s Office, we will not comment on the specific aspects of on-going civil litigation. We would however, like to take this opportunity to express our confidence that our fusion center is operating in accordance with applicable laws, policies, procedures and best practices that safeguard people’s privacy, civil rights and civil liberties. 

    We would also like to publicly express our full faith and confidence supporting both Lt. Scott Ireland and Lt. Michael Johnston. Both are experienced, well-respected leaders.   Lieutenants Ireland and Johnston are individually credited with many successful achievements and accomplishments in challenging commands and roles within our agency.  

    The core values of the State Police are Integrity, Fairness, Compassion, and Excellence. We remain steadfast in our commitment to these principles, to our members, and to the citizens we are proud to serve. 

  • Troop F Weekly Report 05-11 to 05-17-20

    Incident Type:         ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

    Date:                          5/12/2020

    Town:                        Frenchville

    Trooper:                   Tr. Desrosier

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Desrosier assisted the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Department with a complaint in Frenchville.  Someone reported a man shot from inside a vehicle, out the window, while parked in the church parking lot.  Tr. Desrosier located the man and his friend.  The man stated a target was set-up on a relative’s farm and they were target practicing.  The man denied shooting from inside the vehicle.  The Deputy arrived and took over the investigation. 


    Incident Type:         OAS

    Date:                          5/13/2020

    Town:                        littleton

    Trooper:                   Cpl. Quint

    Brief Synopsis:       Cpl. Quint was conducting traffic enforcement on US Highway 1, Littleton, and was stopped on the side of the road completing paperwork.  A vehicle passed him with a defective/leaking exhaust, and he noticed the registration plate was expired since 2019.  A traffic stop was conducted; it was found the driver had a suspended driver’s license.  Cpl. Quint issued him a criminal summons and warnings for the expired registration and expired inspection.  This same driver was stopped by Tr. Castonguay in Island Falls on May 7th and issued a summons for OAS.


    Incident Type:         OAS

    Date:                          5/13/2020

    Town:                        eagle lake

    Trooper:                   Tr. Desrosier

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Desrosier was conducting traffic enforcement in Eagle Lake and stopped a vehicle for an infraction.  During the stop, it was discovered the driver had a suspended driver’s license.  Tr. Desrosier issued the man a criminal summons for the violation and helped him arrange for a licensed driver to come get him and the vehicle.


    Incident Type:         pi crash

    Date:                          5/14/2020

    Town:                        Castle Hill

    Trooper:                   Tr. Levesque

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Levesque responded to Castle Hill for a single vehicle roll over.  The operator was traveling on the Dudley Road when he suffered a mechanical failure of the vehicle he was operating.  The vehicle lost control and went into the ditch and rolled over several times.  The operator sustained injuries and was removed from the vehicle by a passerby.  


    Incident Type:         oas

    Date:                          5/15/2020

    Town:                        Oakfield

    Trooper:                   Tr. Cotton

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Cotton conducted a traffic stop on the Thompson Settlement Road in Oakfield for vehicle defects. The operator was found to be suspended. Tr. Cotton issued the man a criminal summons and let him park his truck at a friend’s residence down the road.


    Incident Type:         pd crash/ ft report

    Date:                          5/17/2020

    Town:                        patten

    Trooper:                   Tr. Cotton

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Cotton investigated a crash on the Shin Pond Road in Patten. The driver of the vehicle lost control of his car the previous night and struck a tree head on but called to report the crash early on 05/17. After an investigation Tr. Cotton issued the operator a summons for Failure to Report a Crash by quickest means.


    Incident Type:         vehicle theft

    Date:                          5/17/2020

    Town:                        mapleton

    Trooper:                   Tr. Rider

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr Rider received a complaint of a stolen Yukon from a residence in Mapleton, investigation is ongoing.


    Incident Type:         criminal speed

    Date:                          5/17/2020

    Town:                        Forkstown

    Trooper:                   Tr. Mahon

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Mahon was on routine patrol on Route 2A in Forkstown when he met a vehicle that was traveling at 90 MPH in a 55 MPH speed zone.  Tr. Mahon was able to get the vehicle pulled over, and the operator was summoned to Houlton District Court for criminal speed.


    Incident Type:         ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

    Date:                          5/17/2020

    Town:                        Fort kent

    Trooper:                   Tr. Curtin

    Brief Synopsis:       Tr. Curtin assisted Fort Kent Police Department with a trespass complaint where an individual was accused of trying to gain access to abandoned properties in Fort Kent. The male suspect was ultimately located at another residence he was previously criminally trespassed from. He refused to leave the property and physical force ultimately had to be used to affect the arrest. The male was later transported by Fort Kent PD to the Aroostook County Jail and charged with Criminal Trespassing and Failure to Submit to Arrest or Detention.

  • Troop J Weekly Report (05-11-20 to 05-17-20)

    # of School Visits conducted – 0

    # of OUI Alcohol Arrests – 1

    # of OUI Drug Arrests – 0

    # of DV Arrests – 2


    Sergeant Tim Varney stopped a pickup for speeding 99 mph on Rt. 1A in Dedham.  As a result, Patrick Mullen (50) of East Machias was charged with Operating Under the Influence, Violation of Conditions of Release and Criminal Speed.


    Trooper Dana Austin stopped a motor vehicle for a traffic violation in Hancock, as a result of the investigation, Kolton Eschete (24) of Eastbrook was summonsed for Operating after Suspension. Later in the day Trooper Austin observed Kolton driving the same vehicle and his driver’s license was still suspended. Trooper Austin stopped Kolton and summonsed him again for Operating after Suspension.


    Trooper Dana Austin stopped an ATV for a traffic violation on the Centerville Road in Columbia Falls, as a resulf of the investigation, Kaleb Kenney (20) of Columbia Falls was summonsed for Operating after Suspension.


    Trooper Blaine Silk responded to the White Birches in Hancock for a report of an intoxicated and disorderly male. Trooper Silk made contact with the male, Donald Therrien (25) of Addison. THERRIEN was extremely intoxicated and was using profanities and disturbing the peace. THERRIEN was escorted to his room and given a disorderly conduct warning. Several minutes later, THERRIEN emerged from his room and began yelling and disturbing the peace of residence in the facility again. Therrien was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and brought to the Hancock County Jail. Sergeant Timothy Varney and Trooper Travis Chapman assisted.

    Sergeant Jeff Ingemi summonsed Craig Woodard (29) of Bucksport for False Swearing and Harassment by Phone stemming from an investigation in Penobscot County in December.


    Trooper Travis Chapman observed a vehicle operating at 90 MPH in a 50 MPH area on Acadia Highway in Orland. A motor vehicle stop was conducted and the operator, Zachary Emery (23) or Orland was summonsed for speeding.



  • Troop G Weekly Report 05/11/2020 - 05/17/2020

    On 05/11/2020, Tr. MacKinnon responded to a report of a van off into the woods with airbags deployed in the area of mile marker 4 SB. The female operator (15), of Saco, took her parents’ vehicle without permission and lost control of the vehicle.  She admitted to speeding and lost control, going off the roadway, and striking a tree. She sustained serious injury to her leg and was transported to the hospital in NH. Her father was contacted by Tr. MacKinnon and he did not want to pursue any charges on taking the MV. Tr. Paradis assisted on scene.

    On 05/12/2020, after responding to a single vehicle crash near mile 34 in Saco, Tr. Loder arrested Michael J. Porper (37) of North Berwick.  Porper was charged with OUI-drugs, Trafficking Schedule W & Schedule Z, OAS and Improper Plates.  Tr. Duda assisted.

    On 05/13/2020, Tr. Darcy charged Kevin Newman (34) of Biddeford with Operating after Suspension as the result of a traffic stop on Alfred St. in Biddeford.

    On 05/16/2020, at 1230 hours, Tr. Black received an erratic MV complaint from SP Augusta.  There were 2 separate calls within minutes describing a dark-colored Nissan sedan with NC registration traveling SB from mile 106 that was speeding, driving erratically, and some type of road rage.  Tr. Black was in the area of MM 92 and observed the vehicle.  At 1244 hours, Tr. Black advised that he was in a chase with the Nissan at speeds of 120 MPH from mile 86 in Sabattus.  Cpl. Cloutier attempted to spike the vehicle at mile 76.  Sgt. Bureau attempted to spike the Nissan at mile 63.  The Nissan almost struck a vehicle hauling a boat at mile 68 that was pulled over in the breakdown lane and passed vehicles in the breakdown lane at mile 56 in Falmouth.  At 1302 hours, Tr. Keim was behind the Nissan when it pulled over at mile 54 and a felony stop was conducted.  All occupants were placed into custody without incident.  The male operator, Mr. Michael Pierce, had a suspended Maine driver’s license out of Houlton.  Mr. Pierce was transported to the Cumberland County Jail.  He was charged with Eluding, Driving to Endanger, and Operating after Suspension.  The two passengers were released.  The registered owner was not with the vehicle.  There were no injuries and the vehicle was towed by Copp Motors.

    On 05/16/2020, Sgt. Doughty, Tr. Harakles, and Tr. Physic were called to a verbal domestic where the girlfriend stayed at the Kennebunk Plaza and the boyfriend (a truck driver) left with a child.  Both parties were interviewed, and no crime had taken place.  Both parties went their separate ways.

    On 05/16/2020, Tr. Welch arrested Jayson E. Stone (34) of Revere, MA for Criminal Speed (118 MPH) at mile 23 in Kennebunk. 

    On 05/16/2020, Tr. Welch arrested Nilton S. Miranda (24) of Brockton, MA for Criminal Speed (108 MPH) at mile 25 in Kennebunk.

    Tr. Williams summonsed several drivers for speeding.  High speeds were 99, 101, and 108 MPH.

  • Troop C Donates Food throughout Somerset County

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    From Left to Right: Tr. Jacob Roddy, Tr. Keith Barton, Tr. Blake Conrad, Tr. Randy Hall, Lt. Jason Madore (son’s Cameron (12) and Nathan (8)).

    Members from the Maine State Police-Troop C (Skowhegan Barracks) accepted and completed a challenge from the Skowhegan Police Department, and Chief Dave Bucknam. Tr. Jacob Roddy, Tr. Keith Barton, Tr. Blake Conrad, Tr. Randy Hall, Lt. Jason Madore and his two son’s, Cameron and Nathan Madore; helped Chelsea Carrier and her team load up trucks and cars with food boxes for children throughout Somerset County. We were honored to provide this community service for the children of Somerset County.