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Sheriff’s Deputies charge former Perham town employee with felony theft

Sheriff’s Deputies charge former Perham town employee with felony theft

| June 24, 2015

A former Perham town employee has been charged with theft, after investigators discovered thousands of dollars were unaccounted for in the town’s records. According to the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office, Connie Theriault, 40, of Caribou, has been charged with Class B Theft, and will appear in Caribou District Court. On April 2, 2015, Perham town officials […]

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Update on Doody Arrest

Update on Doody Arrest

| April 6, 2015

Perham, ME – According to the Aroostook County Sheriff, early Easter morning Sheriff’s Deputies were called to a disturbance on the Perham Road in Perham. A resident called 911 and reported they were trying to restrain a female family member who was out of control and threatening to harm herself with a knife. Deputies encountered […]

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Woman Arrested for Stabbing Dog

Woman Arrested for Stabbing Dog

| April 5, 2015

A woman has been arrested for attacking a dog  while on “bath salts.”  According to the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office, 30 year old Ashley Doody, of Perham, allegedly attacked a dog named Trixie with a knife early Sunday morning.  Trixie is expected to recover, though seriously injured.  Doody is facing felony animal cruelty charges.

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Plow Truck Driver Goes Off Road

Plow Truck Driver Goes Off Road

| December 23, 2013

A plow truck driver lost control of the truck he was driving on Saturday. 28 year old Matthew Ellis of Caribou was operating a Maine DOT plow truck in Perham when he lost control on a sharp corner at the intersection of Mouse Island Road and Rt. 228. The plow truck went off the road […]

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Unemployment Fraud

Unemployment Fraud

| September 25, 2013

  AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Maine’s labor department says an Aroostook County man has been convicted of fraudulently collecting unemployment insurance benefits while he was employed. The Department of Labor said on Wednesday that Edward Spence of Perham was convicted for unemployment fraud on Tuesday. He’s to serve 10 months of a four-year sentence and […]

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