Troop J Report

Number of Calls for Service: 158 Number of Warrant Arrests: 2 Number of Accidents: 18 Number of OUI/OAS Arrests: 3 Number of Burglaries: 0

01-22-17

Recruit Dana Austin summonsed Albert Webb (28) of Ellsworth for operating after suspension as the result of a traffic stop in Ellsworth. Corporal Chris Smith assisted.

01-23-17

Trooper Staci Carpenter responded to Steuben for a report of a burglary. Investigation continues.

Trooper Miles Carpenter covered a suspicious complaint at Cherryfield Elementary School. Someone had hung a shopping cart from the Dollar General on an outside basketball hoop. No damage was done and the shopping cart was returned.

01-24-17

Trooper Jeffrey Taylor responded to a burglary complaint in Addison. It was reported that a residence had been broken into and a safe stolen. In the safe, among other things were money, medical marijuana, and documentation. Investigation continues.

01-27-17

Trooper Miles Carpenter investigated a criminal mischief complaint in Whitneyville.

Trooper Jacob Ferland is investigating a burglary in Franklin. Someone cut a window screen and entered through an unlocked window. There were some items and a small amount of money stolen. Investigation continues.

01-28-17

Trooper Staci Carpenter responded to Cathance Twp. The caller reported someone had vandalized his mailbox. Investigation continues.

Trooper Owen Reed observed a single vehicle crash in Deer Isle where the operator, Lance Robbins (19) of Sedgwick, lost control of his vehicle and drove off the road. Robbins was found to have been consuming alcohol and was processed for an administrative OUI.

01-29-17 Trooper Blaine Silk attempted to pull over a vehicle in Machias for erratic operation which then initiated a high speed pursuit. The pursuit ended in East Machias when the operator, Nicole Phinney (44) of Trescott, pulled over in a parking lot. Phinney was arrested and charged with failure to stop and operating under the influence of alcohol. Sergeant Jeffrey Ingemi assisted.

 

Trooper Josh Lander responded to a burglary complaint in Franklin where it was reported that a seasonal residence had been broken into sometime since November. Nothing was found to be missing but a door was damaged. Investigation continues.