Testimony continued today in the trial of a convicted sex offender, accused of rape.Bradley Lemay, 45, is charged with gross sexual assault, tampering with a victim after the crime and trying to escape the Knox County Jail.Wednesday, the jury heard testimony from a Camden police officer who responded to the call on the night of the alleged crime.Lemay is accused of coming into a woman’s home in rockport last June, threatening her with a knife and raping her.His attorney says the woman let Lemay inside and the sex was consensual.
Golfers and volunteers are still needed for the Larry Reynolds Charity Golf Tournament.It’s the fourth year for the tournament, which takes place at the Hermon Meadows Golf Course.They are hoping to raise more than $5,000.All the proceeds benefit Camp Rainbow, a place where kids diagnosed with cancer meet other kids and participate in fun, traditional camp activities.” For kids that have been diagnosed with cancer this is a fun week for them and their families.
A Dexter man accused of running from police and leading them on a high speed chase remains in jail.He was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday, but didn’t.Forty-five-year-old Henry Murdoch the Fourth elected to not appear via video conference, but a lawyer representing him did.Murdoch was taken into police custody at a Waterville hospital early Monday morning.Police say they tried to take him into custody Friday morning in Dexter, but instead he led them on a high speed chase that ended in St.
An Augusta man accused of holding up a credit union in downtown Bangor is now being held without bail.Thirty-two-year-old Thaddeus McDonald made a court appearance Wednesday via video from the Penobscot County Jail.He’s accused of holding up the Penobscot Federal Credit Union at Merchant Plaza last month.Initially his bail was set at $15,000 for that.But the new charges against him constitute a violation of bail conditions for previous charges, so Wednesday his bail was revoked.He’s due back in court in August.
Thursday is the kick-off for the Outdoor Market and Cool Sounds in downtown Bangor.The ten week event takes place every Thursday through August 11th.The outdoor market is in partnership with the cool sounds free concerts in Pickering Square, starting at 6.The market will feature more than 35 vendors selling Maine-made fine arts, select crafts, specialty food items and produce.The events take place rain or shine.For a list of the vendors go to www.downtownbangor.com.
”You’ve got airplanes, you’ve got people there…I don’t have half of them (laughs),” says Barbara Marshall as she looks at her collection of salt and pepper shakers.She may not have half of them but try at least 25-hundred.Marshall started collecting salt and pepper shakers nearly forty years ago when she was given a set as a gift.From a tiny teaset to Lucy and Ricky Ricardo you can find just about anything in her collection.It’s so big you can’t just look at it once and that’s why Marshall is sharing it with the world.”To have so many of them and I had them upstairs in my house.
A state prison inmate hospitalized after a severe beating last month, has died.The Maine Department of Corrections says 51-year old Lloyd Millett passed away last night at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.Millett was serving a life sentence for killing two women in 19-95 in Turner.
To learn more about medication management, EAAA recommends that you check out the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s website at www.ahrq.govFor more information regarding upcoming events for seniors in your area, check out Eastern Are Agency on Aging’s website, www.eaaa.org, or give them a call at 1-800-432-7812
Governor Paul LePage says he’ll veto two gambling bills working their way through the Legislature so voters can have the final say on the matter.Both citizen-initiated bills have received favorable votes so far, setting the stage for possible legislative approval.
A 23-year-old man charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of a friend is making his initial court appearance in Maine.Ryan Ouimet, of Colts Neck, N.J., is scheduled to appear Wednesday afternoon in Franklin County Superior Court in Farmington.
Muddy Rudder in Brewer is back in business…this time with a new owner.The waterfront restaurant was bought by Mike Kessock.While the famed eatery may have been closed for a week for renovations, Kessock says customers won’t notice too many changes.The menu will still be pretty much the same with a few adjustments.As for the name, it’s not going anywhere any time soon.Kessock says he has the right to use the name “Muddy Rudder” for a year .As for future plans, there could be an expansion to the bar and perhaps docks added leading to the Penobscot River.