Four members of the Maine State Police are recovering after being hit by a passing motorist during a domestic violence call.

Who Were the Troopers Injured in the Incident?

The incident sent Troopers Jake Mowry, David Lemieux, Dakota Stewart, and Trooper Recruit Shane St. Pierre to the hospital.

What Happened?

Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson Shannon Moss says the Troopers were sent to the intersection of Hollis Road and Star Lane in the town of Hollis at approximately 10 o'clock Sunday night for a report of a family dispute. Just over an hour later, the Troopers were conducting interviews in the breakdown area and the driveway of a residence when they were all struck by a vehicle that drove into the breakdown lane. The vehicle was being driven by 24-year-old Tyler Croston of Westbrook, who also had a passenger in the vehicle. According to the York County Sheriff's Office, Croston is charged with aggravated operating under the influence, aggravated driving to endanger, and reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon. Croston also had bail conditions that were violated by this incident, and so he is no eligible for bail until his first court appearance, which is expected to be held on Wednesday.

How Badly Were the Troopers Hurt?

Croston and the four law enforcement officers were transported to Maine Medical Center. Trooper Stewart was treated and released from the hospital with several broken bones in his right foot. Troopers Lemieux, Mowry, and Trooper Recruit St. Pierre are still in the hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. Tyler Croston suffered minor injuries. Croston's passenger, 27-year-old Amber Gedaro of Westbrook was treated and released.

This incident is being investigated by the York County Sheriff's Office and the York County District Attorney's Office.

We'll update this story as more details become available.

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