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Public Help Needed in Washburn Break In

Public Help Needed in Washburn Break In

| April 22, 2015

A break in took place in Washburn Tuesday night.  According to the Washburn Police Department Facebook page, a person or persons broke into White Services on Main Street in Washburn and took a large sum of loose and rolled quarters.  Police are asking that anyone with information contact the police department.  If you saw anything […]

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State Police Seeking Information About Damaged St. Agatha Telephone Pole

State Police Seeking Information About Damaged St. Agatha Telephone Pole

| April 11, 2015

  Police are seeking information concerning damage to a telephone pole in St. Agatha. On Thursday, Emera of Maine reported damage to one of their telephone poles at the intersection of the Cleveland Rd and Guerrette Rd in St. Agatha.  According to police, sometime recently someone had cut a notch out of a telephone pole […]

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Chief Campbell becomes Fort Fairfield’s Director of Public Safety

Chief Campbell becomes Fort Fairfield’s Director of Public Safety

| April 8, 2015

As Fort Fairfield’s police chief, Bill Campbell works day in and day out to make sure his community stays safe. He’s now taking that role to a whole new level, becoming the town’s Director of Public Safety. “I’ve been here almost four years and so this is a new experience and I’m excited about it […]

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Two Vehicle Crash Kills Four People…Maine State Police Still Investigating

Two Vehicle Crash Kills Four People…Maine State Police Still Investigating

| March 9, 2015

A two vehicle crash killed four people north of Caribou. It happened this morning outside of Stockholm. Shawn Cunningham has more. A North Lakes Fire and Rescue worker is redirecting traffic on Route 161 outside of Stockholm. All this while Maine State Police assisted by the North Lakes Fire and Rescue Department are sifting through the […]

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Local police chiefs react to recent violence against police

Local police chiefs react to recent violence against police

| December 23, 2014

“It is the brotherhood. We’re all sad..it affects us all..makes us aware of the job that we do every day, that we hope we return to our families at night.” Caribou Police Chief Michael Gahagan is talking about the tragic deaths of two police officers in New York over the weekend. 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley shot […]

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