A high speed police chase has landed a Cherryfield man behind bars.
It all started around 9:45 last night when a state trooper tried to stop 27 year old Alonzo Harvey for speeding on route one in Harrington.
They say Harvey took off and led the trooper down several roads at a high rate of speed.
He also turned off his headlights at one point.
It finally ended when they say Harvey drove his Mitsubishi Eclipse down a dead end road where he ditched the car.
He fled into some woods, but a police dog managed to find him hiding behind a tree about three miles away.
Harvey was arrested and is now facing numerous charges including criminal speeding, eluding an officer and possession of marijuana.
On February 23 at about 1:30AM, Bangor Police Officers were dispatched to a Briarwood Drive residence to the report of a loud party. Officer Mike Brennan, Joe Orcutt, and Ben Paradis reported that when they arrived they could hear several people inside and outside the residence and came across several people playing beer pong outside. The players quickly ran into the house, dragging what appeared to be a keg of beer with them.
While officers tried to contact the property owner, Officer Brennan identified 20 year old Joshua Heath who admitted he was drunk and that it was supplied at the residence. Heath was summoned to court for Possession of Liquor by a Minor and given a ride home safely to his residence. Hannah Pray, 21, identified herself as the property owner and was also summoned for Providing a Place for Minors to Consume Alcohol
AUGUSTA - Proposed changes to state mining regulations were discussed at a public hearing Monday in Augusta.
Good news from the Maine Warden Service.
A couple of missing snowmobilers have been found alive following a big search.
Lloyd M. Blanchard (46) and Wendy Blanchard (54) both from State Street in Brewer were expected to return to the Kineo View Motel after snowmobiling on Sunday. Wardens were called when they failed to return. They were located today after they spent the night at the Northern Outdoors Lodge in The Forks. They say it was all caused by a miscommunication and they hadn't planned to return until today
BANGOR - It's been an issue the city of Bangor has dealt with for several years, and a problem that councilors are trying to find a solution for, neglected houses. Karina Bolster met up with a local artist who is changing the way the community will look upon these structures, while also raising awareness.