Bangor, Maine News Update: October 4, 2018
Augusta police have arrested a suspect in the Subway restaurant robbery after he allegedly robbed a Circle K store the next day. 27-year-old Christopher Williams was yesterday and charged with robbery and violations of conditions of release.
One of three people charged in a string of Hancock County burglaries will spend two months behind bars. As part of a plea deal, 30 other charges were dismissed, and Jacob Richardson is ordered to pay more than 7 thousand dollars in restitution after a brief standoff with police.
Account information of thousands of Central Maine Power customers was exposed last year due to a human error in information technology. The Portland Press Herald reports the names, addresses, and former account numbers of more than 77 thousand customers were released. The error was caught by a customer who did a web search in May.
Four of the most valuable fishing licenses in the state are being given away in a lottery. The Maine Department of Marine Resources is collecting applications for the scallop fishing licenses until May 26th, with all licenses applying to draggers. Find more information on the Maine Dept of Marine Resources website.
The Eddington School is holding its annual Fall Craft Fair this Saturday from 9 to 2, to help cover the cost of new playground equipment. Over 20 different vendors will offer a variety of items for sale and folks can purchase lunch there, as well. Find more information on the Facebook page for the Eddington-Holden craft fair.