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New photos emerge of on-the-run murder suspect Robert Burton

New photos emerge of on-the-run murder suspect Robert Burton

| July 10, 2015

State Police, Game Wardens and Deputies  continue their search for Robert Burton in the Guilford/Abbot/Monson area of Piscataquis County.  Poilce say the most recent confirmed sighting occurred on July 6th around noontime at a camp on the Point Rd. in Guilford.  A photo of Burton was captured by a nearby home monitoring system. Also being […]

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Woman found floating in campground swimming pool in Madison

Woman found floating in campground swimming pool in Madison

| July 10, 2015

MADISON, Maine (AP) – Police say a Massachusetts woman vacationing with her husband and children is believed to have drowned in a swimming pool at a campground in Madison, Maine. Chief Deputy James Ross of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Department said a man saw Yen Ngo floating face-down in the pool Thursday evening. He says […]

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Fort Kent Rec Wild in the Jungle

Fort Kent Rec Wild in the Jungle

| July 8, 2015

“Using our imaginations, We’re going into the woods and teaching the kids about the jungle,” said Christo Naranja, a rec leader with the Fort Kent Recreation Department. The  department was a primitive place to be this afternoon, as they held a Wild in the Jungle afternoon. “Wild in the Jungle was something that was inspired […]

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Murder-Suicide in Maine

Murder-Suicide in Maine

| July 6, 2015

Boothbay Harbor, Me – According to the Maine State Police the deaths three members of a Boothbay Harbor family was a double murder-suicide, and a case of domestic violence. Detectives have concluded that 71 year old Svend Jorgenson shot his wife and son, and then turned the gun on himself.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office […]

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Injuries at Acadia National Park

Injuries at Acadia National Park

| July 4, 2015

ACADIA NATIONAL PARK, Maine (AP) – Officials say that three people were injured in separate incidents at Acadia National Park. The park says that a 32-year-old-man from Chelmsford, Massachusetts fell about 60 feet at the Otter Cliffs on Friday morning. Officials say he sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported by Life Flight to Eastern […]

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