Lebanon, Maine

Silver Alert: Edgar Glidden - UPDATE Located Safely

Glidden photoUPDATE Mr. Glidden has been located safely. Thank you for your assistance.

The Maine State Police has issued a Silver Alert for Edgar Glidden, 78, who was last seen around midnight, June 7, 2021 in Lebanon in the vicinity of 7 Heath Rd.   

Glidden is a white male, 5’10”, 184 lbs., with white hair and hazel eyes. 

Glidden was last seen wearing blue jeans and no shirt.  Glidden suffers from seizures followed by hallucinations. 
 
Anyone who sees Edgar Glidden should call 911 or 207.624.7076 ext. 9
 

Missing Lebanon Woman UPDATE: Millette located safely

Tammy MilletteUPDATE: Ms. Millette was located safely earlier this evening. Thank you for your assistance.

Maine State Police Troop A is asking for assistance in locating Tammy Millette, a Lebanon resident. Millette was last seen on Route 5 in the Town of Fryeburg at the intersection of Lovell Rd and Cornshop Rd at approximately 1:30 p.m. yesterday. Millette was last seen walking northbound away from her vehicle wearing a black and grey Nirvana T shirt, leggings, and was barefoot. Millette left her cell phone with her vehicle. Millette is described as 5’6 and 175lbs with brown hair and hazel eyes.  If you have any information about Tammy’s last known whereabouts, please contact Maine State Police at 207-624-7076 x9, and ask for Trooper DuBois. 

Lebanon Fatal Crash

Maine State Police responded to a the report of a single-vehicle rollover crash on the North Rochester Road in Lebanon at approximately 9:40 a.m. on Aug. 19, 2020. During the response, Troopers learned that rescue was performing CPR on the patient. The male driver, the only occupant of the vehicle, was pronounced dead shortly after Troopers arrived on scene. The identity of the man is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. Police believe he failed to negotiate a curve, and the vehicle went off the road, striking a stone wall and causing the vehicle to overturn.

Lebanon Resident Arrested for Third Time in Two Months for Drug-Related Crimes

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Tianna Fermino, 21, of Lebanon

A Lebanon resident is facing charges for the third time in two months after being arrested on drug-related offense.

On May 4, 2020 Troopers in Troop A conducted a warrant check on Tianna Fermino, 21, of Lebanon, as she had an outstanding warrant from New Hampshire with New England Extradition for Violating her probation in reference to a drug offense.

Fermino was located hiding in a closet and refused to exit when ordered to do so. She was not cooperative, subsequently removed and placed in custody. While in custody she continued to be uncooperative and it was learned that she had snorted Meth and Heroin while hiding in the closet. Shortly after, she began overdosing and lost consciousness.

Troopers administered NARCAN, she began breathing again and regained consciousness. Fermino was transported by Lebanon Rescue to Southern Maine Health Care in Sanford where after being treated was deemed fit for incarceration and transported to the York County Jail where she was charged with being a Fugitive from Justice, Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention Class D and Violating Conditions of Release Class E.

Fermino is currently out on two sets of bail conditions stemming from the following offenses; Unlawful Possession of Cocaine Class C, Unlawful Possession of Meth Class C, Unlawful Possession of Fentanyl Class C, Unlawful Trafficking in Schedule W Drug Class B and Violating Conditions of Release Class C. Fermino is also on probation out of New Hampshire for a drug offense.

On March 8, 2020 Fermino was arrested by State Police with Unlawful Possession of Drugs Class C and Violating Conditions of Release Class E.

On April 7, 2020 Fermino was arrested by the State Police Unlawful Trafficking in Schedule W Drug Class B and Violating Conditions of Release.

Lebanon Threatens People with Knife

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Andrew Bleyl, 33, of Lebanon.

A Lebanon man is facing charges after allegedly threatening people with a knife.

On April 21, 2020, at approximately 1 a.m., Maine State Police out of Troop A received a report of a man threatening to stab multiple people in Lebanon. It was reported that three individuals were sitting around a campfire when a man came running out of the woods with a large hunting knife, accused them of theft, and threatened to stab all of them. The man then took off running back into the woods with the knife and was reportedly pacing back and forth at the edge of the property.

Troopers, along with two Berwick Police officers, responded to the scene. Troopers and Officers quickly located the man, who was still in the woods at the edge of the callers property with the knife. The situation was successfully deescalated and the man, Andrew Bleyl, 33, of Lebanon, was taken into custody without injury.

Bleyl was transported to York County Jail where he was charged with Criminal Threatening with a Dangerous Weapon (Class C). Bail was set at $5,000.

The State Police would like to thank the Berwick Police Department for their quick response and assistance in this incident.

Sanford Woman Facing OUI Charges

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Darcey Nundy, 42, of Sanford.

A Sandford woman is facing charges after driving her vehicle off the road earlier this week.

On April 21, 2020, A Trooper from Troop A was dispatched to the report of a vehicle off the road at the intersection of Hamilton Road and South Waterboro Road in Lyman. It was reported that there was no injury to the driver of the car, but that she appeared to be intoxicated. After arriving on scene and speaking with the driver, Darcey Nundy, 42, of Sanford, the Trooper observed multiple signs of impairment. Standardized Field Sobriety Testing was administered, which Nundy failed. She was arrested for Operating Under the Influence.

It was also discovered that Nundy had three separate sets of bail conditions, one set was for Domestic Violence Assault, one was for OUI, and the last was for Violating Conditions of Release. Two of Nundy's bail conditions also prohibited the use or possession of Alcohol. She was transported to York County Jail for an Intoxilyzer test. The test showed that her breath alcohol content was over the legal limit.

Nundy was booked at the jail on the charges of OUI (Class D) and Violation of Conditions of Release (Class E). Darcey was held without bail.

New Hampshire Man Charged with Endangering Welfare of a Child

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Christopher Dube, 34, of Rochester, New Hampshire

A New Hampshire man was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after he was found overdosing in his vehicle earlier today.

On January 14, 2020, at approx. 8:50 am, Troopers out of Troop A were called to a parking lot on Rt. 202 in Lebanon for a report of an unresponsive man in a vehicle. It was also reported that there was a small child in the vehicle. Troopers arrived on scene and found a man that appeared to be suffering from an overdose. As the Trooper was about to administer Narcan, the subject woke up. The subject was identified as Christopher Dube, 34, from Rochester, N.H. Troopers located an 18-month-old child in the vehicle with Dube.

Dube was arrested for Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Unlawful Possession of a Schedule Drug (heroin/fentanyl). He was transported to the York County Jail where bail was set at $500.00. State Police contacted the New Hampshire Department of Children and Youth Services who responded to the scene. The child was later turned over to a family member.

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Lebanon Man arrested on Various Charges

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Dominic Romero, 55, of Lebanon

Maine State Police arrested a Lebanon Man on number of charges after domestic incident.

On October 19, 2019, Maine State Police out of Troop A responded to a residence on Smith Road, in Lebanon for a reported domestic violence assault. After Troopers arrived, they met with Dominic Romero, 55, of Lebanon, who was intoxicated and yelling obscenities. While speaking with Troopers, Romero exposed himself twice to a Trooper in front of the residence.

Troopers arrested Romero and continued their investigation. Troopers learned that Romero had been drinking since 3:00 am and had been destroying property inside of the house. Romero had burned a family member's property in the driveway. Romero also flushed another family member's prescription medication down the toilet. When confronted about the property destruction, Romero assaulted a member of his family.

As a result, Romero was charged with Arson, Criminal Mischief, Indecent Conduct, Stealing Drugs, Disorderly Conduct, and Domestic Violence Assault. Bail was set at $15,000 on the charges. Romero is expected to appear at Springvale District Court on Monday at 1 p.m.

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