After falling from a third story window, a toddler from Lewiston is in fair condition.22-month-old David O’Conner climbed out of his crib and fell though the window screen, according to Police.David’s father, Jonathan O’Conner, looked out the window when he noticed his son was missing and saw him standing on the ground below looking up.Lt.
Three men were arrested in Searsport Tuesday after reportedly stealing car parts from a residence in Belfast.20-year-old Jeremy Murphy of Orland, 20-year-old Justin Chambers, and 18-year-old Jesse Davis, both of Bucksport, are charged with burlgary and theft.Detective Bryan Cunningham of the Belfast Police Department tells TV5 a woman noticed a pick up truck at a residence and she knew no one was home at the time.The woman told police she saw the three men loading car parts into the truck.She followed them to Route 1 in Searsport where they were arrested.
A Standish woman is behind bars, accused of robbing a CVS pharmacy in Biddeford late last month.The store is one of three CVS’s in Central Maine that have been hit by a female robber in the past several weeks.Investigators say 24-year-old Randa Nason of standish, is charged with robbery in the Biddeford incident.That hold up occurred on June 25th.Police say she got away with approximately 400 Oxycontin pills.Authorities are still investigating similar robberies at a CVS pharmacy in Augusta this past Saturday, as well one in Waterville on June 29th.In both those cases also, a female robber walked in, and handed the clerk a note, demanding Oxycontin pills.
A transient charged with an attempted robbery in Corinth last month pleaded not guilty Tuesday.Police say Jerome Richards, 25, was walking toward the Maine Savings Federal Credit Union wearing a black hoodie backwards, with eye holes cut out, and black gloves.When he saw a state trooper, Richards fled the scene.Police tracked Richards down and found the sweatshirt, gloves and BB guns in his vehicle.His trial is scheduled to begin next month.
Habitat for humanity is making another family’s dream come true.Tuesday was the groundbreaking ceremony for the Brangwynne family.They’re a family of seven, one of their sons has cerebral palsy and a therapy dog, making it difficult to find suitable places to live.Their new home will be handicapped accessible with wider doorways and hallways.Thomas Brangwynne has to put in 250 hours of what they call “sweat equity,” and he says he can’t wait.” I’m just ecstatic.
The Varney Agency and Pelletier Brothers have teamed up and announced a new business venture.Varney Agency will now offer logging insurance.The Pelletier Brothers have been insured by Varney’s for years.And Tim Varney decided he wanted to offer something that could help the entire logging industry.The new insurance will bare the now famous “american loggers” name.Rudy Pelletier says it’s a step in the right direction.” A lot of people do struggle to get insurance especially in the logging industry because of the rates of the danger of being out in the woods.”” Probably the part that’s unique about this is insurance companies always tell you what they want to do but they very rarely tell you how to do it.