Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Personal Injury MV Crash - St. Agatha


DATE: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

STATE OF MAINE
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
MAINE STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE

PREPARED BY: Trooper Nick Casavant    
CONTACT #: 532-5400

CASE #: SP14-087701
TROOPER: Trooper Corey Hafford
TROOP: F

INCIDENT DETAILS
DATE/TIME: 9-29-14
LOCATION: Route 162 St. Agatha
NATURE: Single vehicle crash with injury

OPERATOR 1: Monica Chamberlain
AGE: 38
TOWN, STATE OF RESIDENCE: St. Agatha, Maine
VEHICLE YEAR/MAKE/MODEL: 2000 Ford Focus
SPEED INVOLVED (Y/N): N
SEAT BELT/HELMET WORN (Y/N): Y

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

State Police responded to a single vehicle crash on Main Street in St. Agatha. Monica Chamberlain was southbound on Main Street and became ill. Chamberlain drifted off the road, striking a culvert head causing the vehicle to roll several times. The vehicle suffered significant damage and is considered a total loss. Chamberlain was transported to Northern Maine Medical Center for minor injuries by Fort Kent Ambulance. 

ASSISTING AGENCIES:
INJURED TRANSPORTED BY: Fort Kent Ambulance
INJURED TRANSPORTED TO: Northern Maine Medical Center

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Promotion - Detective Jeffrey Clark



DATE: Thursday, September 25, 2014

STATE OF MAINE
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
MAINE STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE
PREPARED BY: Lt. John E. Cote                  
CONTACT #: 207-532-5400

TROOP: F

INCIDENT DETAILS
DATE/TIME: 09/25/2014 – 11:00AM
LOCATION: Houlton State Police Barracks
NATURE: Personnel Promotion – Detective Jeffrey Clark

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

State Police Colonel Robert Williams traveled to Houlton today to conduct the promotional ceremony for 14 year veteran Jeffrey Clark. Clark was promoted to the rank of Detective and will become part of the Major Crimes Unit North in Aroostook County.  

Clark joined the State Police in 2000 as a member of the 47th Maine State Police Training Troop. Upon graduation from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, he was assigned to Troop J where he patrolled Washington and Hancock Counties. In 2003 Clark transferred to Troop F patrolling the Central and Southern Aroostook Areas. In 2004 Clark became a K-9 handler and partnered with K-9 ‘Hanno’ as a team certified in patrol and drug work. K-9 ‘Hanno’ was retired in 2010 and Clark was assigned as an Agent with Maine Drug Enforcement in Aroostook County. In 2013, Clark returned to Troop F and was named the Troop F Trooper of the Year nominee for 2013.