On May 29, 2021, A report of an erratic vehicle was reported near the northbound 220-mile marker. East Millinocket Police Sgt. Patty McLaughlin located the suspect vehicle. Peter Harding of Medway was the operator. A DRE evaluation was conducted. Peter consented to a urine sample. Individually packaged heroin packs and crack cocaine fell from Peter’s pants. He was transported to PCJ and charged with Trafficking. The jail was requested to thoroughly search Peter. Xanax bars were located in Peter. Peter claimed none of the drugs were his because the car he was driving was not his.
On May 29, 2021, Tr. Haverly-Johndro responded to Carmel for a reported car versus tree. Upon arriving on scene, it was deemed the male subject, Ethan Lyons of Skowhegan had minor injuries. Tr. Haverly-Johndro observed the male subject be exhibiting signs of intoxication. Further investigation revealed the male subject was under the influence of alcohol and anti-depressant medications. A Roadside blood draw was performed by EMS at the operator’s consent. Tr. Haverly-Johndro summonsed Ethan for OUI and operating after suspension. Ethan was transported to Eastern Maine Medical Center for his injuries.
May 28, 2021 - Tr. Bragan conducted a traffic stop on a white Ford Explorer on Route 15 in Corinth. Tr. Bragan identified the operator, based on prior contacts, as Kennith Greene. Tr. Bragan ran a driver’s license check on Kenneth to learn that he had two active arrest warrants for theft. Kennith was placed under arrest and transported to the Penobscot County Jail.
On May 28, 2021, Cpl. Coover stopped Chance Ball, 31, of New Mexico, for speeding 81/55 construction zone. Chance vehicle was towed, and he was charged with speed and Operating after Revoked.
On May 28, 2021, Sgt. Turcotte charged Heidi Davis, 54, of Kenduskeag, with Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, OAS, and Attaching False Plates after stopping her on Hogan Road in Bangor.
On May 28, 2021, Sgt. Turcotte charged Kate Tripodi, 37, of Vermont, with Unlawful Possession of Heroin after stopping a vehicle she was a passenger in on I-95.
On May 27, Tr. Yankowsky was dispatched to Lagrange concerning a theft of motor vehicle parts. The complainant who stated that Arthur Lloyd, 34, had taken the catalytic converter off her pickup. After the investigation, Lloyd was charged with Theft.
On May 27, 2021, Tr. Ramp was dispatched to a burglary on Main Rd. Tr. Ramp responded to the residence and the owner had video footage of a male and female pulling into the driveway. They proceeded to get out of the vehicle and the male is seen walking to the barn and coming out with a weed whacker. They put the weed whacker in the car and leave. Tr. Ramp located the vehicle a few miles down the road at a camper. Tr. Ramp questioned Charles Michaud and Andrea Colbath about the theft. As a result of the investigation Tr. Ramp charged Charles with burglary and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.
On May 27, 2021, Tr. Gould stopped a vehicle on I-95 NB for a seatbelt violation. Numerous criminal indicators were observed. Casey White, Jacob Whitcomb and Davine Buzzell were all determined to be on bail conditions. A subsequent vehicle search revealed numerous items of paraphernalia. Keet was deployed on the interior of the vehicle and gave a positive alert. Tr. Beaudoin conducted a search of both White and Buzzell and located a baggie of suspected Xanax pills. White was summoned for a seatbelt violation and Buzzell was summonsed for violation of conditions of release.
On May 26, 2021, Sgt. Turcotte stopped three motorists for criminal speed in the construction zone on I-95 in the Hampden area. All were cited.
On May 26, 2021, Tr. Foley stopped TRAVIS JANVRIN (31) for operating at excessive speed and making multiple unlawful passes on Route 2 in Carmel. JANVRIN was riding a motorcycle and did not have a motorcycle endorsement on his license. During the investigation, JANVRIN attempted to get back onto the motorcycle after learning that it was being towed. JANVRIN was arrested for resisting/delaying as well as driving to endanger charges and operating without a license.
On May 25, 2021, Tr. Gould stopped a vehicle on I-95 southbound for an inspection violation. Aryn Osnoe was identified as a passenger. Osnoe had a warrant for failing to appear. She was arrested without incident.
On May 25, 2021, Cpl. Fiske responded to a camp on Cold Stream in Enfield, owned by Ashleigh McDonald. McDonald reported that the former owner, David Pease (70), had returned to the camp and smashed all of the windows out of the boathouse. As a result of the investigation, Pease was located a short time later and summoned for criminal mischief.
On May 24, 2021, Tr. Ramp was dispatched to a theft of 2 mailboxes. Cynthia Jarvis called in reporting 2 mailboxes were stolen. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information should call 207-973-3700 x9.
On May 24, 2021, Cpl. Fiske and Tr. Gould responded to three separate moose crashes between miles 214 and 220 of I-95 all occurring within minutes of each other. There were four different cars involved in the crashes with several people transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
On May 24, 2021, Tr. Gould and K9 Keet were requested for a K9 sniff for Old Town PD. Old Town PD had seized a safe and several plastic containers containing suspected cutting agents, along with almost $17,000 cash during a drug investigation. A K9 was requested to further establish probable cause for further search warrants. The safe and containers were setup in an open garage and Keet was deployed. Keet gave a positive alert to both the containers and safe.
On May 21, 2021, Tr. Beaudoin received a call from Qualtek reporting a wire theft from their lot at 45 Mill St. in Corinna. After some investigation, the stolen wire was located at Newport Metals and was found to have been scraped by ADAM HAFFORD. HAFFORD committed a series of thefts at the Qualtek lot over the course of three days. HAFFORD was located on May 28 and was charged with theft (class C), theft (Class D for Tr. Foley’s case), two counts of VCR, criminal mischief (class D), and criminal trespass (class E).
On May 23, 2021, Ana Lopez and Natanael Tirado-Rodriguez of New Hampshire, stole a Duromax generator from a residence residence. The owners were home at the time of the theft. One of the owners confronted Ana and Natanael before the two sped off. Cpl. Chris Hashey located the pair Stillwater Ave. at the Orono/Bangor town line. Ana and Natanael claimed they gave $800 to Tammy Lee and Mike Handy to purchase the generator. The Fosters said Tammy and Mike did not have permission to sell the generator. Ana and Natanael were charged with Theft by Unauthorized Taking.