Three Men With ‘Significant Criminal History’ Charged In Court Street Incident
Bangor police on Friday charged three men with various crimes after responding to a report of a fight at a Court Street apartment building.
Harrel Spann, 53, faces charges of aggravated criminal trespass, assault and theft after he allegedly assaulted another man and took his wallet. Spann's son, Benjamin Birmingham, 33, failed a drug test and was arrested for violating his bail. A third man, Dominique Hill, 24, of Brooklyn N.Y., was charged with drug trafficking and drug possession among other crimes.
Police arrived at 176 Court Street at about 12:30 p.m. The male victim, who was not injured, told police he was assaulted by Spann. Police determined Spann lived with his son in a nearby apartment. Police surrounded the apartment and attempted to make contact with Spann and Birmingham, but neither would come to the door.
While police waited for a search warrant, Hill attempted to exit the apartment building and evade officers outside, according to police. Hill allegedly provided a false name and a fake Delaware ID card that belonged to a deceased man. Hill was arrested on four outstanding warrants as well as the drug charges.
Upon executing the search warrant, officers located and arrested Spann and found the victim’s missing wallet inside the apartment
Police say all have "significant criminal history" and were taken to the Penobscot County Jail.