Four Arrested in Waterville Drug Bust

WATERVILLE - Waterville police say they've reached the end of a month-long investigation.
Following a major drug bust in the city, four people from Maine and New York are facing charges.

Pair suspected of dozens of burglaries

State Police, working with the Penobscot Sheriff's Office and Bangor Police, have arrested two men in connection with a burglary spree in Penobscot and Piscataquis counties that began in June. Charged with burglary and theft are Paul St. Onge, 43, of Hudson and Eugene Horn, 37, of Bangor. Both were arrested last month and have been held at the Penobscot County Jail in lieu of bail.  Troopers began looking at the two following a burglary on September 9 at Harvey RVs on Broadway in Glenburn. As the investigation unfolded,  it was discovered the two are believed responsible for upwards of a dozen burglaries into businesses, houses and seasonal properties in the two counties.  The stolen items included electronics, furniture, jewelry, household appliances, guns and trailers.  Some of the property has been recovered and efforts continue to locate remaining items.  The two used Horn's red Ford Escape with Maine license plate 7329TN to travel to the burglary sites.  Investigators say the two sold much of the property that has not been located and are asking the public to call State Police if they suspect they may have purchased some of the stolen items or saw Horn's SUV during the summer.  The State Police Orono number is 866-2122.  The team of investigators who coordinated the case are Troopers Tucker Bonnevie and Jarod Stedman,  Penobscot Deputy Detective Robert Jordan and Bangor Police Detective James Carr.

Dana Wilson Sentencing Delayed

BANGOR - After repeated delays in his case, an ex Husson sports hall of famer -- accused of possessing child porn -- says he wants to change his plea.

Surfing Santa will ride again

Charles Sargent has become known as Surfing Santa in the Bangor area. Tomorrow he'll continue with a holiday tradition by taking a spin on the Penobscot river aboard a waverunner. He did it for many years on a wind surfer, but a motorcycle crash has left him unable to stand on his board. Charles isn't letting it stop him and he and some friends will take to the water tomorrow around 12:30. He hopes lots of people will turn out to help him usher in the holiday season.

 

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