Former Milo Police Chief Pleads Guilty 

The former police chief of Milo, plead guilty to charges in court Monday.Michael Poulin was arrested last March, accused of assaulting his wife at a restaurant. Two members of the Milo Police department witnessed the incident.Monday in Piscataquis County Superior Court in Dover-Foxcroft, Poulin pleaded guilty to charges of stalking and improper influence.District Attorney Chris Almy says these convictions include more than just one occasion. “He plead guilty today to improper influence and stalking in connection with some incidents that involved his wife and these incidents took place over a period of time between October and March of 2009.”Poulin was sentenced to 10 days in jail, and ordered to pay a $1000 fine.He resigned as Police Chief in April.