Police & Fire

Fort Kent man pleads guilty and sentenced after Friday arrest

FORT KENT, Maine — Fort Kent police arrested Adam Bouchard, 24, on charges of disorderly conduct and terrorizing Friday night after several complaints were called in about his behavior.

Fort Kent Police Officer Cole Pelletier responded at 6:45 p.m. Friday to a caller’s report of a disorderly person at a residence at Daigle Trailer Park, where Bouchard was arrested.

Police had been in contact with Bouchard earlier that day to discuss other callers’ complaints that he had allegedly behaved in a disorderly manner on Main Street.

Pelletier transported Bouchard to the Aroostook County Jail in Houlton where he was held over the weekend.

On Monday morning, Bouchard was arraigned at Fort Kent District Court, where he pleaded guilty to both charges. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail with all but 48 hours suspended and one year of probation. 

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