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Wardens Charge Two Brewer Men with Operating Under the Influence

Maine Warden Service

Two men from Brewer face charges of operating a snowmobile under the influence after they drove their sleds into open water between Long and Mud lakes in Sinclair.

Warden Corporal John McDonald says the open water was only about 3-to-5 feet deep.

Caleb Fernald, 24, and Jake Decshaine, 25, were able to climb onto the ice and get help at a nearby residence.

Also, an overnight search for an overdue snowmobiler has ended.

A man missing since last evening was located alive by game wardens this morning at 6:30 a.m.

While snowmobiling yesterday, the man became stuck on a side trail off ITS 92 which runs between St. John and Wallagrass.

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