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Bank Robbery in Corinth

Penobscot County Sheriff's deputies and State Police are scouring the Corinth and Hudson area at this hour after a reported bank robbery.

The robbery was reported just after 9 this morning at the Camden National Bank Branch on Main Street in Corinth.

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Maine State Police Respond To Man’s Gun Tattoo

Michael Smith of Norridgewock works the night shift, so he sleeps during the day.

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Former State Police Chief Accused of Sexual Contact with Minor

Former Maine State Police Chief Andrew Demers, 73, of New Gloucester posted bail this morning and was released from Cumberland County Jail after being charged with unlawful sexual contact of a minor.

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Dead Man Identified by Police as Bangor Resident

Bangor Police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding a man's death and now they're reaching out to the public for more information.

During last week's major snow storm, police received a report on a person lying on the ground in front of the Walmart sign on Stillwater Avenue.

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Alleged Thief’s Getaway Thwarted by Snow

A man who allegedly broke into an Orrington business was caught after his vehicle got stuck in the snow. Penobscot County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the call at 4 o'clock this morning.

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Update: Body Found in the Snow

A body was found in the snow this morning. So far, Bangor police have released little information, but did say in a press release this afternoon that the Criminal Investigations Unit is looking into the death.

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Augusta Police Searching for Home Invaders

Augusta police are looking for two people involved in a home invasion. The men are suspected of being involved in a robbery Monday at a Bond Brook Road home.

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Samuel Moore (Bangor PD)

Babysitter Charged in Death of Bangor Infant

Bangor police have made an arrest in the death of an infant on Wednesday. Five month old Korbyn Antworth passed away at Eastern Maine Medical Center one day after being transported there via ambulance from a home on the Griffin Road.

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Medical Examiner Says Dogs Not Involved in Garland Death

The State Medical Examiner’s office says a Dover-Foxcroft man found dead in a house in Garland yesterday died from natural causes. Speculation of an animal attack flourished yesterday when two dogs, found inside the house, were quarantined.

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Bangor Police Investigate Child Death

Bangor Police are investigating the death of a child at this hour. The report is new so few details are available.

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