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Wilkinson stopped a vehicle for speeding through the construction zone in Portland on the Turnpike. Duda investigated a two-vehicle crash at mile marker 39 southbound. He was transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries for further evaluation.
Perez was arrested and transported to YCJ for the warrant. The female was arrested and charged with criminal speed. Duda, Cpl. Physic, and Tr. Reaser responded to a three-car crash on I northbound at MM While Troopers were cleaning up the scene, a vehicle almost crashed into the scene, and Cpl.
The Civic rear-ended the HRV in lane 2. It was determined that the female operator, Aline Uwimana 34 of Scarborough, was intoxicated.
The operator of the vehicle then saw Tr. Reaser and began to slow before eventually stopping. The driver and sole occupant of the Honda Civic was extricated by FD personnel and transported to MMC in serious condition, initially believed to be from a medical issue. Duda responded to I southbound near mile marker 4, for a report of a female passed out behind the wheel in the passing lane.
Welch located and stopped the vehicle for a registration violation. Morris was operating a tractor trailer unit that was hauling bottles of Poland Spring Water. Cropper stopped the same vehicle speeding for the third time in less than a month on the Turnpike.
Darcy charged George Haynes 40 of NH with Operating without a after stopping him for speeding southbound on the turnpike in York.
Eric Morris 65 of Portland fell asleep and drove off the roadway, striking the guardrail in the area of mile marker 1. The Civic then went off to the left and struck the jersey barriers in the median, riding along them until stopping in lane 1. None of the explosives were released. Physic is seated in front and taking a well-needed rest. A student interviewed Cpl. Physic and presented a biography about his life. Cropper stopped and summonsed a vehicle northbound in Kittery at 90 MPH. Troop G recently received an online complaint that this vehicle was driving from Wells to NH at excessive speeds.
Traffic was backed up for approximately an hour until all lanes were open. Duda investigated a report of an erratic operator near mile 42 southbound on the Maine Turnpike. During his investigation, Tr. Keim obtained information that Anjelika Cray 29 of Lewiston was operating after suspension. He was also cited for Improper Passing. Keim placed the male operator, Dayvone K. James 25 of Boston, MA, under arrest for criminal speed.
Physic participated with Lewiston Middle School in their biography project. Baker made contact with the complainant to thank them for the information on the vehicle. Both juveniles and the vehicle were picked up by their guardians. The highest speed was MPH. Keim was traveling southbound around mile marker 13 when he noticed an orange car with front-end damage traveling northbound in the passing lane at an extremely high rate of speed. Between mile markers 29 and 31, Tr. Keim was able to get close enough to get another speed reading on the vehicle at MPH. Reaser was at mile marker 33 in Biddeford and was able to get a speed reading on the vehicle at over MPH as it passed him.
The vehicle sustained damage to the left front fender and 3 flat tires.
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Welch stopped a year-old male operator and a year-old female passenger for traveling MPH through an active, one-lane construction zone at 48 southbound in Portland. Uwimana was booked into the Cumberland County Jail. The male operator increased speed to MPH after exiting the lane closure and was eventually stopped at 46 southbound. No other vehicles were involved. Vanadestine and Sgt. Wilkinson responded to a report of a vehicle fire.
Duda located the vehicle and a short, low speed chase ensued. The female was later identified and stated the vehicle ran out of gas. The operator was able to get out of the truck on his own accord. At approximately pm on May 11, a tractor trailer being driven by Casey Thomas, 48, of Sundown, NH was traveling south in the passing lane around mile marker 88 on I in Sabattus, when Thomas reported that an unknown vehicle cut in front of him causing him to go into the median shoulder.
She blew over the legal limit. Eli Bulba 21 of Winthrop was arrested and charged with violating conditions of release and OUI drugs. Her blood alcohol content was over the legal limit.
Spates charged two individuals with OAS as the result of traffic stops. The female driver was on the phone with trying to get medical help and was stating that she could not breathe. The on-call ADA was notified. The TT unit rolled over into the center median guardrail before becoming fully engulfed. Duda utilized the PIT maneuver and ended the chase. Cropper stopped a vehicle for speeding southbound in Saco.
This occurred in the construction area. Gilbert was summonsed for operating without a. The female operator was on bail conditions for theft charges and was charged with unauthorized use of property, violation of conditional release, and operating after suspension.
Physic came across Issak Aliywol passed out at an intersection in Auburn. Wilkinson checked on a female that was walking away from a vehicle at MM 46 northbound on the Turnpike. The operator was suspended and charged accordingly. Farrington was summonsed accordingly. Welch received a traffic complaint on a vehicle traveling northbound on the Turnpike in Gray.
Keim asked James why he was driving MPH, and he stated that he did not realize that he was going that fast. While following up at MMC, it was discovered that the male operator was in critical condition and intubated. His BrAC was over the legal limit. The other vehicle, a Honda HRV, sustained rear end damage due to being rear ended by the Civic while traveling in lane 2. Thomas was not injured. Thomas, who was driving for Maine Drilling and Blasting, stated that he could not get back into the travel portion of road and eventually struck the center guardrail. Darcy stopped a vehicle northbound on the turnpike in Wells.
The motorist had crashed and was attempting to get towed as the vehicle was not operable. Darcy field trained Recruit Spates Troop A for a shift on the turnpike. Darcy, Cpl. Wells Troop A and Tr. From until17 vehicles were stopped at high speeds. Uwimana was ultimately arrested for operating under the influence and transported to Scarborough Police Department for a breath test.
Wilkinson stopped to check on a motorist pulled off the side of the Turnpike. The female operator was suspended, and a subsequent roide interview revealed the vehicle had falsely attached registration tags and was stolen. The vehicle got off exit 36 onto the Saco spur and then exited the spur onto exit 1. At approximately mile marker 20, Tr. Keim could see the vehicle ahead of him and observed it changing lanes without using a al several times at extremely high rates of speed to pass cars in the other two lanes.
Four hours later, the vehicle was stopped again by Cpl. Smith was driving again and was summonsed for criminal speed. Upon further investigation the driver was operating after suspension and charged accordingly. Keim responded to a two-vehicle property damage crash.
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Darcy stopped to check on a vehicle in the breakdown lane southbound on I in Brunswick. The registration was suspended for tolls and the vehicle was towed pending the owner paying the toll bill. All southbound lanes of the Turnpike from mile marker 7 in York were shut down for several hours. Her 5-year-old grandson was in the rear seat of her vehicle and neither of them sustained injuries. Keim summonsed Cray for operating after suspension. Cropper stopped a vehicle for speeding northbound in Kittery.
Investigation is continuing to determine why the operator of the Civic caused the crash.