Troop F Weekly Report 01-11 to 01-17-21
January 19, 2021
Lt. Brian L. Harris
Incident Type: VIOLATION OF BAIL
Town: Van buren
Trooper: Tr. Desrosier
Brief Synopsis: Tr. Desrosier and Tr. Rider were looking for a suspicious vehicle that they believed was being operated by a man with felony warrants. While responding to the mental health crisis in Van Buren they passed the vehicle. After clearing the mental health call, they located the vehicle at an apartment in Van Buren. Tr. Desrosier spoke with the occupants of the truck, neither of which were the man with the warrants, and a male in the apartment. Tr. Desrosier believed that the man gave a false name. Tr. Desrosier followed up with the case and located the man who was on bail that included 24/7 house arrest at a different address. Tr. Desrosier and Tr. Rider located the man the following morning at the same apartment and arrested him. The man was transported to ACJ.
Incident Type: BURGLARY
Town: Island Falls
Trooper: Tr. Castonguay
Brief Synopsis: Tr. Castonguay responded to a camp burglary that occurred in Island Falls. The owner, who lives out of state, arrived and found that a door was open on his shed and a generator was missing. The owner suspected a neighbor and had reached out to them. Tr. Castonguay learned that the generator was left at the end of the driveway. The owner did not want to pursue charges at this time but wanted it on file.
Incident Type: ACCIDENT
Town: castle hill
Trooper: Tr. Rider
Brief Synopsis: Tr. Rider responded to the McDonald Rd. in Castle Hill for a vehicle that was off the road. The caller was a passerby and stated that there was no one with the vehicle. When Tr. Rider arrived, the vehicle had been pulled out of the ditch by a tractor and was sitting in a driveway nearby. Tr. Rider located the operator who had moved to Maine from Connecticut who stated that he was not familiar with the road. The vehicle left the road and came to a rest in the trees. Speed is a factor in the crash. The man was also on bail conditions and was issues a summons for violation of conditions of release and failure to notify of accident by quickest means.
Incident Type: Theft
Trooper: Tr. Barnard
Brief Synopsis: Tr. Barnard responded to Benedicta when a report was received from a couple who owned property in the area discovered that items from their property had been removed and they had located them nearby. Tr. Barnard met with the property owners, and the investigation is active and ongoing.
Incident Type: WARRANT
Trooper: tr. sylvia
Brief Synopsis: Tr. Sylvia responded to an apartment complex in Littleton after a woman called to report she was being harassed by neighbors. Investigation revealed no harassment was taking place, but the woman did have an active warrant for her arrest. The 52-year old woman was placed under arrested without incident and transported to ACJ.