Eastbrook Man Tracked With GPS Device in Pharmacy Robbery Going to Prison

Catherine Pegram

Updated 2 years ago

A man from Eastbrook who was tracked with a GPS device after robbing a pharmacy in Bangor is going to prison for five years. 46-year-old Jeffrey Macy was also sentenced Monday to 3 years probation. Macy pleaded guilty last month to holding up the Rite Aid pharmacy at Union and 14th Streets in September.Police say the pharmacist put a GPS tracking device in the bag of drugs he stole.Police chased Macy’s car to Bangor Municipal Golf Course where an officer rammed his cruiser into the vehicle to stop Macy.Macy also also pleaded guilty to OUI, possession of oxycodone, aggravated criminal mischief and refusing to submit to arrest.He was sentenced to 30 days in jail on all of those charges, along with an $1,100 fine and a 6-year license suspension for the OUI.


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