Bangor, Maine News Update: November 7, 2019
A New York man is facing charges after allegedly threatening a mass shooting in Maine. A Lyman woman told police that Robert Rademacher, who she had talked to for several years on social media, threatened to shoot people at the Biddeford Home Depot, as well as killing her and her family. Maine State Police say the DA has agreed to have him extradited to Maine.
Personal information about approximately 30 thousand patients of a Southern Maine healthcare provider may have been compromised when an unauthorized person accessed employee accounts. A spokesperson for Inter-Med says medical info was not accessed, but names, birthdays, insurance information, and social security numbers may have been breached.
Brewer Police issued a reminder this week of the city’s winter parking ban, which took effect last Friday and lasts through April 15th. Vehicles are not allowed to park along the side of any city street between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. Violators will be ticketed and towed.
The public is invited to the University of Maine on Friday to milk a cow. The Maine Animal Club is hosting the event at Witter Farm that will include cheese sampling, face painting, and a photo booth. Find more information on the Milk a Cow Facebook page.
The Bangor Public library will hold a unique fundraiser on November 22nd open to all ages, but that will allow kids ages 5 to 11 to sleep over, next to the books. The event will feature animals, mini golf, karaoke, and other activities. Find more information on the Bangor Public Library Facebook page.