Piscataquis County sees spike in arrests and incidents, including drug charges

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DOVER-FOXCROFT — Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Office has reported a significant number of arrests and incidents from April 14 to April 27, with multiple individuals facing drug-related charges and violations of protection orders, according to the Arrest & Incident Log.

Among those arrested was Stacey Hurlburt, a 47-year-old from Guilford, who was charged with refusing to submit to arrest and possession of a Schedule W drug.

William Kane, 64, also from Guilford, faced a charge for operating a motor vehicle after license suspension.

James Lockwood, a 72-year-old resident of Dover-Foxcroft, was charged with a violation of a protection order.

Lindsay Ryder, 38, from Greenville, was arrested for possession of a Schedule W drug.

Ying Chen, 46, of Sangerville, and Dun Ying Eng, 68, from New York, were both charged with cultivating marijuana and unlawful trafficking of marijuana.

Corey Cookson, a 45-year-old Guilford resident, was charged with violation of a protection order.

In addition to these arrests, the Sheriff’s Office issued seven traffic infraction citations within the same time frame.

The log also detailed numerous incidents ranging from E911 hang-ups, civil complaints, lost property, and welfare checks to more severe cases such as motor vehicle accidents with injuries, family fights, harassment, and threatening behavior.

Law enforcement responded to a variety of calls, including a report of suspicious activity in multiple towns, loud noise complaints, and burglary alarms.

Property damage vehicle accidents were also reported along with thefts, juvenile problems, and assistance to other law enforcement agencies.

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