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Maine State Police Troop F Report, June 3-9, 2019

Editor’s Note: An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.

HOULTON, Maine — The Maine State Police Troop F barracks in Houlton responded to 142 calls for service during the period of June 3-9, including the following.

June 3, 2019

OAKFIELD: Tr. Bell observed a vehicle pass him in Oakfield and he could identify the operator.  Tr. Bell ran the operator and found that the female operator was under suspension. Tr. Bell stopped the car and issued a summons for the violation. 

PATTEN: Tr. Adams was patrolling in Patten.  Tr. Adams met a vehicle being operated by a female that Tr. Adams knew to be under suspension.  Tr. Adams stopped the vehicle and issued the female a summons for OAS.

June 4, 2019

PATTEN: Tr. Adams was patrolling in Patten.  Tr. Adams saw a female standing on the porch of her home and Tr. Adams knew that the female had 2 outstanding arrest warrants.  Tr. Adams arrested the female and transported her to Penobscot County Jail.

June 5, 2019

WALLAGRASS: Tr. Desrosier was conducting traffic enforcement in Wallagrass and stopped a vehicle for an infraction.  During the stop, Tr. Desrosier discovered the male driver had a suspended Maine driver’s license for failing to maintain required insurance.  Tr. Desrosier issued the man a criminal summons for the violation and helped the man arrange to have a licensed driver come get him and the vehicle.

EASTON: Tr. Casavant began investigating a burglary and theft of a boat motor and assorted tools from a residence on the Houlton Rd in Easton. The case remains under investigation.

June 8, 2019

MONTICELLO: Tr. Kilcollins stopped a vehicle in Monticello that had several traffic infractions.  During the stop, he attempted to identify the male passenger but he refused to provide his identification or his name.  Further investigation revealed the man had conditions of release prohibiting from having contact with the female driver.  Tr. Kilcollins arrested the man without incident and transported him to the Aroostook County Jail in Houlton.
ST. PAMPHILE, QUEBEC: On June 7, a pilot from Jackman was taking off from a 1,600-foot gravel airstrip in St. Pamphile in a bad crosswind.  The pilot said that he went off the side of the runway and came to rest in the bushes. The incident happened as he was attempting taking off in his Cessna 185, tail number N484RF.  The pilot was not injured. The incident was reported to the FAA by the pilot. The FAA advised that they were not responding and gave him permission to remove the plane. The pilot is planning to have it removed within the next couple of days.  The FAA asked the pilot to call the State Police and Warden Service and let us know so that we would not assume someone was injured or lost.
NEW LIMERICK: Tr. Martin responded to the intersection of the County Rd. and Campbell Rd. for a vehicle that went off the road.  During Tr. Martin’s investigation he determined that the male operator was under the influence of alcohol. Tr. Martin arrested the man and transported him to the Aroostook County Jail. 

EASTON: Tr. Pescitelli made a traffic stop in Easton.  As a result, Tr. Pescitelli arrested the male operator on an outstanding warrant and found that he was OAS.  Tr. Pescitelli and Tr. Levesque transported the male to ACJ.

MADAWASKA LAKE TWP.: Cpl. Hafford responded to Madawaska Lake Twp for a report of a vehicle chasing another vehicle.  Investigation would show that there was no vehicle chasing the C1, but that the C1 was under suspension. Cpl. Hafford summonsed the female operator for OAS.

June 9, 2019

PRESQUE ISLE: Sgt. Haines and his son Luke, along with Tr. Casavant, his wife Jess and children Charlie and Cruise, ran the Presque Isle leg of the Special Olympics Torch Run.     
OAKFIELD: Tr. Saucer was called to Ivy Lane in Oakfield for a report of a stolen boat.  The camp owner had been there several days prior and just discovered his boat was missing.  The camp had previously been broken into two years ago and the owner didn’t know if it may be related.  The case remains under investigation. 

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