Troop G Weekly Report 11/16/2020 - 11/22/2020

On 11/16/2020, Tr. Reaser clocked a vehicle traveling at 114 MPH northbound near mile marker 26 in Kennebunk.  The operator, Grouse Shaik (23), was summonsed for Criminal Speed.

On 11/20/2020, Tr. Darcy assisted Troop A with a family fight in Dayton. The male party was intoxicated, irate, and striking his front porch with an aluminum baseball bat, refusing to cooperate with law enforcement. It was learned through interviews with other parties involved that there was not probable cause to arrest the male, so the decision was made to clear once the female party left the residence for the night. There were no further issues.

On 11/20/2020, at approximately 2230 hours, Cpl. Duda clocked a vehicle traveling at 104 MPH northbound near mile marker 53. A 17-year-old male operator was summonsed for exceeding the speed limit by 30 MPH or more.

On 11/21/2020, at approximately 0600 hours, Tr. Harakles and Tr. LiBritz received a report of a vehicle all over the road northbound in York. The caller stayed with the vehicle and Tr. LiBritz made contact with it in Scarborough. Upon further investigation it was determined the plates were illegally attached and the driver, Jamison Dominguez (25) of Portland, was suspended out of ME and MA. The vehicle was towed and the driver was summonsed for operating after suspension.

On 11/22/2020, Tr. Keim received a complaint of a vehicle described as a dark colored SUV that threw trash out their window. Tr. Keim saw the vehicle traveling northbound and followed it as it exited at MM 42 in Scarborough. The vehicle was traveling on the ramp at an excessive speed and passed another vehicle on the left as they exited the ramp, so Tr. Keim activated his blue lights in order to stop the vehicle. The vehicle then made a U-turn, went back through the exit 42 toll booth at a high speed, and continued northbound at speeds of approximately 100 MPH as Tr. Keim pursued. The operator shut off their taillights but did have headlights on. Tr. Keim discontinued the pursuit due the erratic driving and an increase in vehicle traffic around MM 46.

Tr. Kristy LiBritz is completing the Fallen Officers 5K/10K/85-mile race challenge. She will be completing all three to honor our fallen heroes. Part of the proceeds go to the C.O.P.S Foundation to support the survivors.