Bangor Crack/Heroin Arrests

3 men from New Haven, CT have been arrested in an apparent crack and heroin trafficking investigation.  These arrests come after an 18 month under cover investigation.  The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency arrived on scene shortly after 2pm and surrounded the apartment building at 69 Ohio Street in Bangor.


MDEA Agents arrested Miguel Nonossi, 25, Ymmar Dockery, 30, and Marguis Hines, 26, and charged them with aggravated trafficking of drugs.  Following the arrests, a search warrant was issued and agents found 7 ounces of heroin, 4 ounces of crack and 15 thousand dollars cash.


Nonossi, Dockery and Hines were taken to the Penobscot county jail where bail was set at $100,000 cash on each.

"We Know That You're Bryan", Detective Confronts Dube in Interview

BANGOR - The state continues to present their case in the murder trial of Kyle Dube. The 21-year-old is accused of luring 15-year-old Nichole Cable from her Glenburn home with the use of a fake facebook page, killing her in what police have described as a kidnapping gone wrong. Today jurors heard a second interview between Maine State Police detectives and the accused.

Meth bust on MDI

The Maine Drug Enforcement agency tells us a suspected meth lab has been discovered inside a home in Bar Harbor. The M-D-E-A lab team responded with Bar Harbor police and fire departments...They were still at the Gilbert Farm Road house at last check and three people have been taken into custody.
This is already the third meth lab the M-D-E-A has responded to this year.28 were found last year which was an all time record. We will bring you more details when they are released...

Results Physical Therapy Celebrates Patient Appreciation Day!

BREWER - Results Physical Therapy in Brewer and Dexter will be celebrating their 5th annual Patient Appreciation Day in Dexter on the 25th of March and in Brewer on the 26th of March from 2-4pm. There will be free physical therapy and personal training* consultations as well as nutrition tips, games, prizes, snacks and more!

Following Letter to FERC, King, Collins, Shaheen Welcome Decision Expanding Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure in New England

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Angus King (I-Maine), Susan Collins (R-Maine), and Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H) released the following statements today in response to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) order last night approving Spectra Energy’s Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) project. In late January, the senators urged FERC to quickly reach a decision regarding the project, which will expand natural gas pipeline capacity across the region and lower energy prices for consumers.

Car strikes Walgreens

The Brewer Walgreens will reopen after crews repair damage caused when a car struck the building this morning.
Officer Mike Wilson tells us it was around 8:20 when a driver attempted to back up in the parking lot. He says 55 year old Deborah Johnston of Bradley said the Jeep Commander accelerated and she hit the pylons in front of the store. She then put it in drive and ended up pulling into a snowbank. She panicked and that's when she hit the accelerator while trying to get out of the snow and ended up slamming into the front of the store--breaking the windows. Johnston wasn't injured and no charges will be filed. Walgreens planned to reopen the store this afternoon once the damage was repaired.

Oms receives MPA Principal's Award

GUILFORD - Antonella B. Oms of Guilford, a senior at Piscataquis Community Secondary School, has been selected to receive the 2015 Principal's Award, Principal John Keane announced today.

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