Troop F – Maine State Police Weekly Report for June 28-July 5
Here is the latest weekly incident report from Troop F of the Maine State Police, based in Houlton:
June 28 – Tr. Sucy conducted a bail check in Littleton of a subject on bail for DV assault, male was found in violation of his conditions and was charged with VCR. Tr. Sucy was assisted by Tr. Darcy.
June 28 – Tr. Hafford responded to St. Agatha for a woods camp that had been damaged sometime in the past 2 weeks. There was little evidence at the scene the investigation is ongoing.
June 29 – Tr. Darcy served a Patten woman with two criminal trespass notices on behalf of Jerry’s Thriftway in Island Falls and Ellis IGA in Patten. The woman had been previously charged with writing bad checks at both locations.
June 29 – Tr. Levesque responded to Frenchville for a report of damage at a local Boy Scout camp. Unknown person(s) had broken several windows at the camp and damaged a door, Tr. Hafford responded as an ERT to process the scene. The investigation is ongoing.
June 29 – Tr. Darcy investigated a burglary of an Amish shed in Sherman. The investigation is ongoing.
June 30 – Tr. Adam Stoutamyer responded to a two-vehicle crash where one of the occupants was trapped in a vehicle. Sixty-year-old James Gaughan of Baldwin ME. was traveling north on Route 11 in Nashville Plantation when 32-year-old Troy Theriault attempted to cross Route 11 in front of Gaughan’s vehicle and pulled out in front of him. Gaughan’s vehicle collided with Theriault’s totaling both vehicles. Theriault was not injured, but Gaughan sustained a broken wrist, arm, collar bone, several broken ribs, pelvis, and femur. None of the injuries was life threatening but due the severity of his multiple broken bones Gaughan was flown to Bangor for treatment. PHOTO + MORE DETAILS HERE.
June 30 – Troopers Sylvia and Endre responded to a family fight in Hodgdon over husband not giving the wife her keys. No crime committed and parties were separated.
June 30 – Tr. Endre charged a 29-year-old Houlton man for OAS stemming from a traffic stop in Bridgewater.
July 1 – Tr. Bell investigated two burglaries of motor vehicles in Hodgdon where car windows were broken and items stolen. The investigation is ongoing.
July 1 Tr. Darcy charged a Patten man with Operating after Suspension as the result of a traffic stop in Stacyville.
7/2 – Tr. Marquis was called out to a residence in St. Francis for a possible domestic. As a result of the investigation a man was warned for disorderly conduct.
July 2 – Tr. Lilley was traveling on I-95 when he noticed a pickup was gaining on him and then passed him at 95/75. Tr. Lilley stopped the pickup and as it was pulling to the shoulder, a passenger threw two bottles out the window. Male passenger, who was drinking, told Tr. Lilley that they were in a hurry to get home and the driver wouldn’t stop for him to pee so he had been filling up empty bottles. Tr. Lilley had the passenger pick up the bottles and put them back in the truck, he summonsed the passenger for littering. Tr. Lilley also summonsed one other passenger for possession of marijuana after a search. The operator was summonsed for the speeding.
July 3 – Tr. Sylvia charged a 25-year-old Danforth man with criminal speed, 92/55 on Route 1 in Weston.
July 3 – Tr. Levesque responded to a burglary of a camp in Woodland where several musical instruments and tools were taken. Investigation is ongoing.
July 3 – Tr. Marquis and Sgt. Haines responded to the McIntyre Rd in Woodland for a report a man was threatened with a gun. The complainant was unable to be reached on his cell after the initial call and is well known to law enforcement as a drug abuser. Three witnesses at the residence contradicted the complainants report and advised he mentioned having a gun. The man will be served a trespass warning when he is located.
July 3 – Tr. Sucy stopped male subject for speeding, 77/55 and discovered his license was under suspension. Male was summonsed for the speed and the OAS.
July 3 – Tr. Sylvia issued a trespass warning to a 54-year-old Houlton man at the request of a Linneus storeowner. The man was cooperative, but is suffering from mental illness and scaring customers.
July 3 – Sgt. Haines was activated as a member of the Tactical Team on the Parkman incident.
July 5 – Tr. Quint responded to a burglary of a church in New Limerick where items were stolen. Investigation is ongoing.
Troop F of the Maine State Police is responsible for Aroostook County and the extreme northern sections of Somerset, Piscataquis and Penobscot counties.