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Car veered off road on US Route 1in Grand Isle

Car veered off road on US Route 1in Grand Isle

| July 27, 2015

  According to Maine State Police Trooper Daniel Marquis, 19 year old Stephen Benbow was traveling east on US Route 1 in Grand Isle when he veered off the road, struck a pole and came to a rest in a small stream at the bottom of the embankment. Benbow does not recall what happened. He sustained […]

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Maine police trooper hurt after his cruiser is hit

Maine police trooper hurt after his cruiser is hit

| July 24, 2015

SCARBOROUGH, Maine – A Maine State Police trooper has been injured after his cruiser was hit on the Maine Turnpike. The crash happened at around 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Scarborough. Police say Trooper Ryan Keller was in the median in the northbound side of the highway helping a driver who was stuck. The driver of […]

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State Police respond to Brittany Irish’s criticism

State Police respond to Brittany Irish’s criticism

| July 22, 2015

Chief of the Maine State Police Colonel Robert Williams has released a statement about their actions in last week’s shootings, in which Anthony Lord allegedly killed two people, and injured several others. “State Police wish to express sympathy and condolences to all of the victims of the events last week in Benedicta, Silver Ridge and Lee.  Brittany Irish […]

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Maine State Police Troop F Promote New Commander

Maine State Police Troop F Promote New Commander

| June 15, 2015

Sergeant Brian Harris has been promoted to Lieutenant of Troop F in Houlton, and is eager to start in his new position. “I’ll be in charge of the entire troop. For Aroostook County or Troop F, and that will be 18 troopers plus the support staff,” said Harris. Harris replaces John Cote, who just got […]

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Bullying Series Part II: How Law Enforcement Play a Role

Bullying Series Part II: How Law Enforcement Play a Role

| June 10, 2015

They say kids will be kids, but where do we draw the line? It may start as taunting at school, but get to the point where it follows them home. “The challenge for us now is that unlike the old days when bullying occurred at school and at the end of the school day, you went […]

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