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  • State to more than triple COVID-19 testing capacity

    State to more than triple COVID-19 testing capacity

    AUGUSTA — The state will partner with Maine-based IDEXX Laboratories Inc. to purchase enough of the company’s recently authorized COVID-19 testing kits to more than triple Maine’s testing capacity, Governor Janet Mills announced Thursday. “The breakthrough will soon allow anyone in Maine suspected of having COVID-19 to receive a test,” according to a statement from

  • Hancock County Jail log week of April 9

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between March 31 and April 5: Peter W. Jenkins, 56, Southwest Harbor, disorderly conduct. David W. Tonini, 53, Mount Desert, domestic violence assault.

  • Hancock County Jail log week of April 2

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between March 23 and 29: Zachary T. Phelon, 37, Blue Hill, refusing to submit to arrest or detention. Justin N. Kane, 24, Sullivan, domestic violence assault. Dustin A. Austin, 33, Trenton, domestic violence assault. April R. Allison, 22, Bucksport, violating conditions of release. Kyle

  • Hancock County Jail log week of March 26

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between March 16 and 21: Shawn D. Sargent, 40, Orland, domestic violence assault. Robert G. Gray Jr., 35, Searsport, violating conditions of release, theft by deception, home repair fraud. Justin R. Sands, 32, Bangor, 48 hours for violating conditions of release and operating after

  • Hancock County Jail log week of March 19

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between March 9 and 15: Nicole L. Morrone, 30, Bucksport, domestic violence assault. Alexander L. Berry, 20, South China, failure to appear. Elizabeth A. Grindle, 35, Blue Hill, sentenced to nine months and one day for unlawful drug trafficking. Craig A. Foss, 50, Holden,

  • Hancock County Jail log week of March 12

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between March 2 and 8: Nickolas P. Bouchard, 31, Holden, 24 hours for two counts violating conditions of release and one count each unlawful drug possession endangering the welfare of a child and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant.

  • Hancock County Jail log week of March 5

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Feb. 26 and 29: Adriana M. West, 43, Amherst, three counts theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and two counts misuse of identification. Dusten R. Phippen, 29, Tremont, back for court. Damion E. Littlefield, 23, Bangor, hold for Penobscot County. Paula A. Gusha,

  • Hancock County Jail log week of Feb. 27

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Feb. 11 and 23: Awale I. Ali, 24, Lewiston, unlawful drug trafficking. Richard J. Okishoff, 61, Bangor, agency hold. Kennedy N. Smith, 23, Surry, bail violation. Gregory A. Gilley, 32, Ellsworth, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. Timothy S. Harris, 51, Portland, failure

  • Hancock County Jail log week of Feb. 20

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Feb. 10 and Feb. 13: Norbert E. Tetrault, 38, Cherryfield, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. Harry S. Reed, 37, Turner, probation revocation and default in payment of fines. Terrence A. Robinson Jr., 26, Brooklin, N.Y., agency hold.