State Police have a person in custody in connection with a suspected shooting, the deaths of two people, and three separate fires in Oakfield and Island Falls this morning.
State police are looking for Matthew Davis, 32, of Houlton in connection with a suspected shooting, two deaths, and three fires.
Police say the bodies of a man and woman were found inside a house on Oakfield-Smyrna Road by firefighters who responded to a fire at the house Monday morning.
State Police say that two people were found dead Monday morning, at the scene of a fire.
Maine Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland tells TV 5 that officials are investigating fires at three locations in Island Falls and Oakfield.
Route 15 in Corinth is closed Saturday night after a deadly accident.
Penobscot Sheriff’s Office said one man is dead after a truck and car collided at the intersection of Rt. 15 and Hudson Hill road in Corinth.
The Attorney General’s office is investigating a police officer-involved shooting in Searsmont, Friday.
State Police say around 3:00pm Friday, 42-year-old Leonard Maker was shot at his home by a State Trooper.
Paul Lizotte, the Medway firefighter whose whereabouts were unknown, has been found, safe and sound, according to Millinocket Police.
Days after the mass shooting on a Naval Base in Washington D.C., people are still trying to find answers.
The FBI says Aaron Alexis, 34, shot and killed 12 people.
State police say the man from Corinth who died inside the home of his estranged wife early yesterday morning was armed with a box cutter and was monitoring the inside of the house with a baby monitor.
State Police are investigating the circumstances of how a Corinth man died early Sunday morning.
Police say 37-year-old Christopher Darner was found dead after he entered the home of his estranged wife on Beans Mill Road around 2:30am.
More than 4,000 people gathered at the Bangor waterfront Sunday morning for the city’s 17th annual Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure.
“It’s absolutely amazing. Every year it’s such an inspiration to the staff and the volunteers who put so much into this event. For me, my sister is a two time breast cancer survivor, so we all have a story to tell that why we do this,” said Komen Maine Executive Director Sally Bilancia.