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Maine State Police Troop F Weekly Report (March 6 -12)

Troop F of the Maine State Police responded to 101 calls for service over the past week in and around Aroostook County. Here is the Troop’s weekly report:

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Maine State Police/Facebook

Incident Type: Burglary Date: 3/04/2017 Town: Patten Trooper: Tr. Saucier, Tr. Sylvia, Tr. Adams Brief Synopsis: During the week of February 26 through March 4th the State Police began investigating 5 separate burglaries in Patten. Through the course of the investigations Troopers Saucier, Sylvia and Adams identified multiple suspects. As a result an 18-year-old of Hersey ME and a16-year-old juvenile from Patten are facing felony charges of Burglary and Theft to include firearms. Other people of interest have been interviewed and ruled out, but were able to provide knowledge of the crimes and people involved. Additional suspects have been identified and the investigation is ongoing. Evidence collected at the scenes is still being processed. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Maine State Police in Houlton at 532-5400.

Incident Type: Expired Driver’s License Date: 3/06/2017 Town: Fort Kent Trooper: Tr. Desrosier Brief Synopsis: Tr. Desrosier stopped a vehicle in Fort Kent for having a loud/defective exhaust system. The 34-year-old female driver could not produce a current and valid driver’s license. Tr. Desrosier discovered her license expired in August 2015. Tr. Desrosier issued the woman a criminal summons for the violation.

Incident Type: OAS Date: 3/06/2017 Town: Monticello Trooper: Tr. Kilcollins Brief Synopsis: Tr. Kilcollins stopped a vehicle in Monticello for displaying an expired inspection certificate. During the traffic stop Tr. Kilcollins discovered the 20 year old female driver had a suspended license. Her license was suspended due to physician’s report and/or recommended. Tr. Kilcollins issued the woman a criminal summons for the violation and helped her make arrangements to have a licensed driver come get her vehicle.

Incident Type: OAS Date: 3/07/2017 Town: Caribou Trooper: Tr. Levesque Brief Synopsis: Tr. Levesque stopped a vehicle in Caribou for a traffic infraction. During the stop he found that the 25 year old male driver had a suspended driver’s license and had attached false registration plates to the vehicle. Tr. Levesque issued the man two criminal summonses for the violations and had the vehicle towed.

Incident Type: OAS Date: 3/08/2017 Town: Sherman Trooper: Tr. Adams Brief Synopsis: Tr. Adams was on routine patrol and met a vehicle and knew the operator to be suspended. Tr. Adams stopped the vehicle and summonsed the driver for OAS.

Incident Type: Drug Possession Date: 3/09/2017 Town: Blaine Trooper: Tr. Pescitelli Brief Synopsis: Tr. Pescitelli conducted a traffic stop on Rt. 1 in Blaine for a traffic violation. During the subsequent roadside investigation with the operator, Tr. Pescitelli located a quantity of drugs in the vehicle along with drug paraphernalia and packaging materials. The female operator was arrested and charged with Possession of Schedule W (Methamphetamine) and possession of drug paraphernalia and transported to the Aroostook County Jail.

Incident Type: Arrest on Warrant Date: 3/10/2017 Town: Houlton Trooper: Tr. Pescitelli, Tr. Adams Brief Synopsis: Tr. Pescitelli received information of a fugitive wanted for failing to appear in court in Virginia on heroin distribution charges that was currently in Houlton. Tr. Pescitelli and Tr. Adams responded to the area and after conducting surveillance with the assistance of MDEA Agents, located the subject in a vehicle. Male subject was arrested for being a fugitive from justice and transported to the Aroostook County Jail where he awaits extradition.

Incident Type: Assist Penobscot SO and Warden Service Date: 3/10/2017 Town: Stacyville Trooper: Caleb Adams, Tim Saucier, Jared Sylvia and Sgt. Haines Brief Synopsis: Maine State Police assisted the Maine Warden Service and the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office in the search of missing 9-year-old boy. The boy had been missing from his school in Staceyville since shortly after noon time. Troopers Caleb Adams and Tim Saucier along with many other Deputies and Wardens patrolled the area hoping the boy would come out onto a road. At approximately 2000 hrs, Trooper Jared Sylvia and K9 Merry were put to work after Warden Scott Martin located small footprints in the woods near the school. Tr. Sylvia & K9 Merry along with Sgt. Joshua Haines were led to Warden Martin’s location in a heavily wooded area where the K9 track was started.

A team consisting of Maine Warden Scott Martin, Baxter State Park Ranger Mike Martin, Sgt. Haines, Tr. Sylvia and K9 Merry tracked through the thick woods, bogs, ice and cold before locating him deep into the woods at approximately 2230 hrs. It’s difficult to tell the exact distance the track went into the woods due to the GPS devices freezing up on the trail with a temperature of 3 degrees and wind chill values well below zero. It’s safe to say the distance was well over a mile. Once the boy was located they brought him out of the woods to a snowmobile trail where he was picked up by a Game Warden and taken to an awaiting ambulance. MORE HERE

Maine State Police
Maine State Police

Incident Type: —   Date: 3/11/2017 Town: Stockholm Trooper: Tr. Casavant, Tr. Curtin and Sgt. Haines Brief Synopsis: Troopers Casavant, Curtin and Sgt. Haines were called out to Stockholm for a report of a man who broke into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment and they were arguing. The man reportedly was armed with a handgun. The male caller was hiding in the bedroom listening to the argument and a short time later reported the man and woman left in a Jeep and left the handgun at the apartment. The male and female were located and interviewed. After investigation, no crime was committed and the male complainant had misunderstood the interaction he overheard. The male and female were not arguing and actually the handgun involved belonged to the caller not the ex-boyfriend. In the end the complainant was asked to leave the apartment.

Incident Type: Crash /OUI Drugs Date: 3/12/2017 Town: Ludlow Trooper: Tr. Kilcollins Brief Synopsis: Cpl. Quint and Tr. Kilcollins responded to a crash on Interstate 95 (south bound) where a single vehicle rolled over. The driver, a 41-year-old male from Bangor, was driving south and several other drivers’ had reported him being all over the road and operating in an unsafe manner. Cpl. Quint was first alerted to his operation and was trying to get to the interstate to locate the vehicle. A few moments after receiving the traffic complaint, it was reported the man had crashed his vehicle on Interstate 95 in Ludlow. Tr. Kilcollins responded to the crash as well. The man was outside his vehicle speaking with Tr. Kilcollins when Cpl. Quint arrived. Tr. Kilcollins brought the man to the Aroostook County Jail so he could conduct field sobriety testing. The man failed the sobriety testing and did not show any indication of being impaired by alcohol. Tr. Saucier, a DRE, was contacted and it was shown the man was impaired by drugs. The man was arrested for OUI Drugs. PHOTO + MORE DETAILS HERE

See Previous Troop F Weekly Reports Here

Troop F of the Maine State Police is responsible for Aroostook County and the extreme northern sections of Somerset, Piscataquis and Penobscot counties.

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