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Hollis Man Arrested for Violating His Probation.

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Alan McGahey, 36, of Hollis

A Hollis man is facing charges after police found him violating his conditions of release during a welfare check.

On July 1, 2020, at approximately 10 p.m., Troopers from Troop A responded to a house in Hollis for a welfare check of individuals at the residence. When the Trooper’s arrived at the residence, they observed Alan McGahey, 36, of Hollis, in the backyard holding a beer in his hand.

The Troopers were familiar with McGahey from a previous encounter, and knew he was on Probation for Reckless Violation of a Protection From Abuse Order (Class C Felony) and Domestic Violence Assault (Class D). Part of Alan’s probation conditions included not to use or possess alcohol, and that he was subject to search and testing for alcohol. McGahey fled and attempted to hide the beer he had been holding, and then was subsequently taken into custody.

McGahey's Probation Officer was contacted, and a probation hold was placed on Alan. He is currently being held without bail, pending a court appearance next week.

Hollis Burglaries

Suspect 1Maine State Police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying two men who burglarized two area businesses in Hollis.

During the early morning hours on November 15, 2019, two male suspects burglarized the Pizza Garage and Station House Convenience Store in Hollis. Two safes were broken into and a large amount of cash was stolen.

If you have any information on this crime or can identify the suspects please contact Cpl. Douglas Cropper at 207-624-7076. You can remain anonymous. You can also report it on our State Police Headquarters Page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suspect 2

Hollis Man Arrested for Felony Assault

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Tyler Strout, 32, of Hollis

On October 13, 2019, Maine State Police Troop A, responded to a residence on Palmer Lane in Hollis for a reported domestic violence assault with strangulation. Troopers arrived on scene and as a result of the investigation arrested Tyler Strout, 32, of Hollis, for the felony assault.

Strout was held without bail at the York County Jail and will make his first appearance on Tuesday.

The victim was transported to Southern Maine Health Care in Biddeford for treatment.

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