UPDATE Arrest in Orono Hit & Run 

An arrest has been made in the hit and run that claimed the life of UMaine student Jordyn Bakley of Camden.22 year old Garrett Cheney was taken to Penobscot County jail early Friday morning.Cheney is from South Berwick and not a student at the University he was in Orono visiting when the accident happened on Middle Street in Orono.Bakley’s body was discovered by a newspaper carrier about an hour before sunrise January 30th.Orono Police along with the Maine State Police had been investigating the hit and run and were looking for a white Chevy Silverado, and through their combined work the evidence led them to Cheney said District Attorney Christopher Almy. ” Mr. Cheney had been in town that night, he did have a Chevy Silverado and actually he, Mr. Cheney, crashed again later that night in Etna and they were able to connect the vehicle that he had in Etna on I95 to the vehicle that was involved in the Hit and Run on Middle Street in Orono.”Cheney is expected to be in Court on May 20th to face charges of aggravated OUI, manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident, and it was the work of a number of departments that led to the arrest, according to Almy. ” There was a lot of work done here by the Maine State Police, the Orono Police Department, the State Crime Lab, and the Medical Examiners Office. There was a lot of physical evidence done a lot of interviews done and fortunately we were able to find the person responsible for Jordyn Bakley’s death.”The family of Jordyn Bakley was notified of the arrest and charges Thursday night by the Orono Police Department.Cheney was released from the Penobscot County Jail after posting bail Friday afternoon.