Clifton Man Accused of Making Threat in Eddington Post Office

Catherine Pegram

Updated 2 years ago

A man from Clifton is charged with terrorizing after authorities say he made a threatening comment at a post office in Eddington. 42-year-old Wayne Haskell could also face federal charges from the Postal Service. Penobscot County Sheriff’s Deputies say Haskell was upset about a package when he went into the post office Tuesday. We’re told he talked to a clerk there and then said he was “Going home to get an AR 15 and come back and shoot up the place.”Authorities were called to the post office, then tracked down Haskell at his house. No weapons were found.Haskell was taken to jail, where he made bail. The Postal Service is also investigating.


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