Maine State Police

Victims in Fatal Accident Identified by Police
The names of those involved in a fatal crash last night in Newburgh are released by police.
State Police say a 24 year old man from Albion was killed when he apparently lost control of his vehicle last night on Route 9 last night in the snowy conditions.
Two Accidents Result in Fatalities
Two accidents last night on Maine roads have resulted in fatalities.
Police in Old town report a 54 year old woman was killed when she was struck from behind while walking on Poplar Street around 6:30 last night. Police say the driver of the SUV that struck the woman stopped immediately and tried to …
Talk of People Blowing Up Shuts Down Store
A bath salts user manages to shutdown a store in Aroostook County with talk of people blowing up.
State Police Sgt. Josh Haines says State Police, Aroostook County Sheriff's deputies and Border Patrol agents responded to the Bridgewater Gulf Station around 6 last night
A Cold Stand Off in Trenton
Little detail is known at this hour from the actual scene but State Police do confirm a stand off of sorts with a subject in the woods in Trenton this morning.
Trenton Fire was called out shortly after 3 this morning to assist the state police on the Oak Point Road.
Update: Interstate Back Open After Crash
A traffic advisory from the Maine Department of Transportation as State Police reported a crash on the Interstate this morning.
The crash involved a tractor trailer and another vehicle according to the MDOT and State Police say the accident resulted in a temporary partial shutdown and detour.
Death of Prison Inmate Under Investigation
A prison inmate is dead and the circumstances surrounding his death are under investigation.
Stephen Ray Gravel, age 53, had served approximately 5 years of a 16 year sentence for gross sexual assault, according to a press release received this morning from the Maine Department of Corrections.
Do Them a Big Favor; Slow Down and Move Over
A State Trooper is recovering from injuries he sustained after his cruiser was struck by another vehicle while he was sitting parked at the scene of a crash in Southern Maine.
Trooper William Baker was treated and released Sunday from the hospital in York. He has a number of bumps and bruises.

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