Maine State Police Detectives were called to Sherman yesterday because of human remains discovered in the woods near mile 269 off Interstate 95. The remains have been transported to the Medical Examiner’s office in Augusta where an exam will be conducted later. It is believed that the remains are those of an adult male. Investigators are working on determining the identity of the deceased. No foul play is suspected.
Two Sherman men are facing felony theft charges after stealing a catalytic converter from another resident.
On March 26, 2020, at approximately 7:38 a.m., State Police received a report of theft in Sherman. The victim discovered a catalytic converter had been cut off his vehicle. Tr. Tim Saucer responded, and his investigation led him to a residence on North Street in Sherman belonging to 36-year-old Chris McNally.
The residence was secured with the assistance of Maine Game Wardens and Maine Forest Rangers while a warrant could be drafted. As Troopers, Wardens and Rangers secured the perimeter of the property fresh footwear impressions were
found leaving from the rear of the residence. A State Police K-9 team tracked the suspects to a point where they were believed to have been picked up on a nearby roadway. McNally, who was on probation for possession of schedule drugs, eventually turned himself in to State Police back at his residence. He was arrested on a probation hold and charged with felony theft.
42-year-old Larry Morgan, also of Sherman, was arrested at a nearby residence a short time later. Morgan had a warrant from Penobscot County for possession of schedule drugs and was charged with felony theft.
Both McNally and Morgan were transported to the Aroostook County Jail.
State Police have recently seen a rise in property crimes to include burglaries and thefts this week on the Mahaney Rd in Easton and Waddell Rd in Castle Hill. Anyone with information on any of these crimes or witnessing suspicious activity is encouraged to call the State Police in Houlton at 207-532-5400.