Police & Fire

Maine State Police Troop F Report, March 16-22, 2020

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 a number of calls for service during the period of March 16-22, including the following.

Monday, March 16

NEW SWEDEN: Trooper Desrosier was driving in New Sweden and observed a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed. Tr. Desrosier determined the vehicle was driving 88 mph in a posted 55 mph zone. The vehicle was stopped and the male driver was issued a criminal summons for the violation. 

Wednesday, March 18

MARS HILL: Tr. Casavant responded to a rollover crash in Mars Hill. During the course of his investigation, he learned that the operator of the vehicle was currently under suspension and that the registration plates that were on the vehicle were supposed to be on a different vehicle. The operator was charged with operating after suspension and attaching false plates. 

Thursday, March 19

HOULTON: Tr. Sylvia responded to the Houlton Port of Entry when agents reported that a driver had attempted to enter the country with a suspended registration and a suspended driver’s license. The male subject was also reported to have an extraditable warrant out of California. Tr. Sylvia arrested the subject and transported him to the Aroostook County Jail. He was charged with the traffic violations and is awaiting arrangements to be made with authorities in California. 

Saturday, March 21

CONNOR TOWNSHIP: Tr. Martin was called to a residence in Connor Township for a report of a missing juvenile (5-year-old child). The complainant stated the child wandered from the residence with the family dog and had been missing about 15 minutes. The Maine Warden Service was also contacted. Before Tr. Martin could arrive at the home, the complainant called back stating the child was found unharmed near the residence.

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