Search crews returned to the woods of western Maine to continue the search for a missing Tennessee woman.
66 year old Geraldine Largay vanished while hiking the Appalacian Trail last July.
Despite a massive search effort, she remains missing tonight.
Game wardens and others returned to the Redington Township area to resume the search yesterday, but didn't find any signs of the woman.
A $15 thousand dollar reward has been offered for information that leads to the location of Largay.
Officials also hope to hear from two hikers who spent the night with Largay at the Poplar lean-to before she disappeared.
Knox County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Joseph Demmons, 29 years old of Holden. Demmons was last seen in Warren Tuesday night around 6pm. Deputies chased him through the woods behind Ande’s Variety off Rt. 1. Demmons has 12 active warrants for arrest on him at this time. There are multiple ones for failure to pay fines regarding operating under the influence, operating after suspension, refusing to submit to arrest, violation conditions of release, and criminal threatening. He has two charges pending for failure to appear for thefts. All warrants are out of Penobscot County in Bangor. It was discovered that he had been staying out in the woods for some time in a make shift hut. Demmons had many trails out through the woods and the Deputies were unable to locate him. Demmons is approximately 5 ft. 8 in. tall, 150 lbs. with brown eyes and red hair. Deputies say that he now has a beard. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Demmons is encouraged to call Knox County Communications at 593-9132.
It's an exciting night for the Bangor Band.
It's performing the first concert on the Bangor waterfront with it's new inflatable band shell.
Crews were busy setting up the shell this afternoon and struggling with gusty conditions.
The Band had hoped to build a new gazebo like the one they used for years outside the Bangor Auditorium, but it didnt work out.
The groud on the waterfront is too unstable for a gazebo and it would've cost more than $100 thousand dollars to make it happen.
Tonights show will get underway at 7:00 and is free of charge.
There will be performances every Tuesday on the waterfront accept for when rain forces them inside the William s.Cohen Middle School.
They're also having a contest to come up with a name for the new inflatable shell.
Visit www.bangorband.org for more information.