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Madore retires after more than 13 years as Sheriff

| January 8, 2015

“This was definitely what I was born to do…and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.” Jim Madore is going to miss wearing his uniform. He’s going to miss his interactions with the public, and he’s going to miss the great people that work underneath him. But he says after more than 13 years as the […]

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Darrell Crandall New Aroostook County Sheriff…Sworn in Same Day As Father Fifty Years Ago…

| January 2, 2015

There’s a new sheriff is in town. But its not a new face to the county community or local law enforcement for that matter. Shawn Cunningham reports on how some people are just destined to do certain jobs. 00:00 Houlton (nat. Sound of swearing in ceremony…Crandall taking oath) (nats. of applause) And with those words, […]

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Wheeler retires after 42 Years with Sheriff’s Office

| August 29, 2014

Keith Wheeler hates talking about himself. He’s also not a fan of having his picture taken. But a man who spends more than four decades committed to a cause greater than himself is well worth getting to know. “We’re there to help the people, that’s what’s important..people come first,” said Wheeler. Wheeler is taking off […]

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Longtime Drug Enforcement Agent Receives Big Honor

| April 11, 2014

A standing ovation for Chief Deputy Sheriff and longtime Maine Drug Enforcement Agent Darrell Crandall on Friday, as he was recognized by the Maine Elks Association as the state’s nominee for the Enrique Camarena award. One he accepted on behalf of himself and the hundreds of officers he’s been able to work with. “I’m humbled […]

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Lawmakers Tour Aroostook County Jail, Learn About Issues

| February 7, 2014

The Aroostook County Jail is overcrowded and underfunded. This was the message that Chief Deputy Sheriff Darrell Crandall and County Administrator Doug Beaulieu had for members of the Aroostook legislative delegation – who came to the facility on Friday. “The simple fact of the matter is we can’t just close the doors,” said Crandall. Fridays […]

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