Bangor, Maine News Update: November 15, 2018
After a local musician died of injuries sustained in a fight on Sunday night, Bangor Police are seeking information about the whereabouts of a 29-year-old transient. Donald Galleck is believed to be in either Bangor or Old Town. 40-year-old Jason Moody was found injured and unconscious on the street before dying of his injuries on Tuesday.
The FBI is offering a five thousand dollar reward for information that leads to the arrest of a Springvale man who’s considered armed and dangerous. 26-year-old Joshua Patrick Weldon was originally arrested for conspiracy to distribute fentanyl. Find pictures of Weldon on our station’s website.
Finally, some good news in reference to Lyme Disease, as Maine has seen a drop in cases of the tick-borne illness. The state’s on track to have the fewest number of diagnosed cases of Lyme disease in at least three years due, in part, to the recent hot, dry summers.
Mainers are encouraged to outfit their car with an emergency kit, especially with wintry weather in tomorrow forecast. Some of the items in the kit include a shovel, blankets, healthy snacks, and extra boots, gloves, socks, and a hat. Find the complete list here.
The Anah Shrine’s 7th Annual Feztival of Trees kicks off today and runs through the 25th, with over 60 trees decorated by local businesses and organizations. Folks can win everything on and around the trees by dropping tickets in the entry box for their favorites. Find more information on the event at the Anah Shrine building on Broadway on the Feztival of Trees Facebook page.