ROQUE BLUFFS, ME - Two women got lost in Roque Bluff State Park where rescued by an off-duty firefighter only to drown minutes later when they accidentally drove their car into the ocean.
Melissa Moyer, 38, was in Maine from Pennsylvania to visit long-time friend, 37-year-old Amy Stiner, who was five months pregnant. The two decided to go hiking at Roque Bluff State Park but ended up getting lost during a heavy storm.
It was getting dark, so Moyer called for help. The women were found by nearby landowner and member of Sunrise Search & Rescue, Wayne Hansom, who gave them rides back to his house on his ATV. Once there, a warden picked them up and dropped them off at their vehicle in the state park’s parking lot.
But what could have been one of those stories the women laughed about with friends turned disastrous when Stiner made a wrong turn. Police say heavy fog may have contributed to Stiner accidentally driving down a boat ramp and into the ocean.…Continue Reading
BANGOR, ME —Earlier this month we reported that 20-year-old Kyle Dube had been charged with the murder of 15-year-old Nichole Cable. Yesterday an affidavit reveals that Nichole died after Kyle intended to kidnap Nichole, hide her and then find her so he could be deemed a hero. Unfortunately for Nichole, Kyle is an idiot who accidentally killed her in the process.
Nichole went missing on Mother’s Day after leaving her home to meet someone she had met on Facebook named Bryan Butterfield. A week later, after receiving information from several sources, police found Nicole’s dead body in a wooded area. The following day, Kyle Dube was charged with intentional and knowing murder.
At the time we first reported on this, there were not a lot of details regarding the relationship between Kyle and Nichole. The information in the affidavit fills in some of those blanks. Turns out Kyle had made sexual advances towards Nichole, but Nichole had turned him down. Kyle then created a fake Facebook profile using someone else’s identity and began communicating online with Nichole.…Continue Reading
BANGOR, Maine – Police have charged 20-year-old Kyle Dube with the murder of Nichole Cable, the 15-year-old who has been missing since Mother’s Day.
According to the girl’s mother, Cable was last seen near her home before she went to meet Dube, whom she met through Facebook. Dozens of law enforcement officers, using aircraft and dogs, and hundreds of civilian volunteers, spent days searching for Cable.
On the Wednesday following her disappearance, Cable’s mother pleaded for her daughter’s return during a press conference.
“I would like to say, ‘Nichole, we love you and if you’re scared because you ran away — you’re not in trouble. It’s OK,’” Kristine Wiley said. “If somebody has her — I don’t care [what happened] — take her to a gas station or a park. I don’t know what else to say. I’m waiting for you to call me and I love you.”
The day after Cable was reported missing, Dube posted the following to his Facebook regarding his girlfriend, who is not Cable:
“OK so I don’t with the droma.…Continue Reading
According to the police report, Valerie Nile was hanging out at her neighbor’s trailer, drinking, when the discussion took a turn for the dirty.
Two of the three needed for a threesome must have sobered up a bit because it didn’t happen.
This displeased Valerie. Police say it was then that she walked into the neighbor’s kitchen and armed herself with three knives – she slipped a large kitchen knife into her waistband, and stashed two smaller knives in her socks. Then, she apparently started yelling, threatening, terrorizing and stuff.
In fear for his life, the victim, 56-year-old Edward Sabatino, beat feet out of the trailer and called 911.
When officers arrived on scene, they found Sabatino’s female roommate, 30-year-old Shanna Chickering, snoozing on the couch. When questioned about the knives and the threats and the other craziness, she stated that she did not witness the incident because she was, like, asleep.…Continue Reading
Rockland, ME — A 62-year-old man was recently sentenced to five days in jail following an incident earlier this year in which he reportedly bitch slapped his estranged wife in the face with his dick after she refused to have sex with him. rawr.
The victim in the case was apparently staying at the home of her estranged husband, Fred Thomas, this past July when he offered to pay her twenty whole dollars to have sex with him. When she refused his generous offer, he whipped out his member and smacked her upside the head with it.
I, for one, am impressed. Not to mention slightly turned on….
Anyway, Thomas’ attorney argued in court Wednesday the poor man was upset that his marriage of 39 years was ending and his wife was supposedly planning to run off to Pakistan to hook up with some dude she met online.
“This was not his normal conduct,” Defense Attorney Justin Andrus told the court during the sentencing hearing.
Initially charged with domestic violence assault, indecent conduct and unlawful sexual contact, Andrus was asking his client get probation and no jail time.…Continue Reading
FAIRFIELD, Maine — Here’s a story you may want to keep your eye on, regarding the July death of a 3-month-old girl that has since turned into a homicide investigation.
Back in July, Nicole Greenaway left her 3-month-old daughter, Brooklyn, in the care of friend and co-worker, Amanda Huard. The plan was for Brooklyn to spend the night but at 1:34 a.m., Haurd called 911 to report Brooklyn wasn’t breathing and was unresponsive. Six minutes later, paramedics arrived and rushed Brooklyn to the hospital but sadly, she didn’t make it.
The next day Huard would post on Facebook that she was living a nightmare.
“My friends 3 month old daughter stopped breathing in her sleep last night:( in devasted that it didn’t realize it soon enough. For the cpr to work:(,” she posts, adding that her daughter was the one who found the baby unresponsive.
Yesterday, reports were that the death was now being considered a homicide. Greenaway told WMTV that police have told her that Brooklyn was sleeping in the bedroom of the Haurd’s 10-year-old daughter.…Continue Reading
FARMINGTON, Maine - Police arrested a woman after they say she punched and kicked a female rival in the checkout line of a Walmart. God knows I have wanted to do this on occasion whenever someone in front of me pulls out their checkbook after they just watched their fifty items get rung up in slow motion, but this was more of a domestic issue.
According to reports, 32-year-old Sarah Hanson and her husband were shopping in Walmart when Hanson found her husband talking with another woman inside the store. Hanson ran up to the woman and let out a string of obscenities before leaving the store with her husband.
Outside in the parking lot, Hanson and her husband got into an argument that ended with Hanson going back inside the Walmart where she found the other woman standing in the checkout line. Witnesses say Hanson called the woman a name before punching her in the face. After the woman fell to the ground, Hanson allegedly began kicking her before leaving the scene.…Continue Reading
ROCKLAND, Maine — A 5-year-old boy is in the hospital today as doctors try to reattach the hand he had severed in a freak jump rope accident.
The boy was in the back seat of his grandmother’s car Tuesday evening and found something to do with a jump rope that was worse than the restraining methods I use them for–from a personal safety standpoint, that is.
The boy had one end of a jump rope wrapped around his wrist while the other end was hanging outside the car window. As they sat at an intersection, the rope got tangled in a car that had pulled up alongside them. When that car drove off, the rope was pulled, and the boy’s hand was yanked off.
A passerby stopped to assist the boy and provided aid until EMS workers arrived. The boy was taken to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport and the driven to Mass General by ambulance after poor weather conditions prevented the LifeFlight aircraft from being used.
No word on if the surgery was successful or how the boy is doing.…Continue Reading
LEWISTON, Maine - The whereabouts of a woman who went missing 28 years ago may have been discovered after a body was found in a freezer owned by a man who died recently.
Frank Julian was 52-years-old when his on-again-off-again girlfriend, 29-year-old Kitty Wardwell, went missing back in 1983. Julian was the last person to see her alive and told authorities that the last time he saw her was when he dropped her off at a motel after a fight.
Wardwell has never been seen or heard from since and police said she probably was the victim of foul play. Julian was interviewed by police on several occasions, but never got enough evidence to warrant searching his property. Now the mystery of what happened to Wardell may have been solved after Julian died unexpectedly on October 1.
Some of Julian’s family members were cleaning out a storage unit he rented when they found an unplugged freezer that contained a gruesome surprise; human body parts.
The freezer was removed with the remains inside to be taken to the chief medical examiner for an autopsy and DNA test. …Continue Reading
AUGUSTA, Maine – Police say a man currently in jail for his role in a Massachusetts triple homicide previously served time in prison after an assault in which he licked a teenager’s blood and claimed to be a vampire — and his facial tatts, piercings and body modifications on display in his mugshot are making him quite the online sensation.
Caius Veiovis, 31, along with Adam Lee Hall, 34, and David Chalue, 44, has been charged with three counts of murder, kidnapping and witness intimidation after the men allegedly murdered then disposed of the bodies of 44-year-old David Glasser, 58-year-old Edward Frampton, and 47-year-old Robert Chadwell.
The murders were allegedly an attempt to keep Glasser from testifying against Hall, a ranking member of the local Hells Angels, in his upcoming trial for kidnapping, assault and battery and witness intimidation. Not surprisingly, Veiovis is no stranger to the justice system.Continue Reading
Belfast, ME — You thought the purse snatcher who accidentally sent his picture to one of his victims was dumb? Check out 22-year-old Jesse Grinnell.
He was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack from a vehicle parked at a restaurant in Camden, Maine. Among the booty was a credit card which he reportedly began making purchases on.
His crime spree ended, though, when police say he called the issuing bank of the stolen credit card to ask how much credit remained.
Bad idea? Yes. Especially when you call from your own phone…
Grinnell appeared to be well on his way to getting away with the crime. The original theft did not appear to have been witnessed. The two purchases that he made at a store in Belfast, Maine totaling $165 were videotaped – but he was not recognized. The caller ID log was his undoing.
Detective Sgt. Bryan Cunningham checked the phone number from the banks call logs against police records and discovered that the number belonged to Grinnell. A police mug shot of Grinnell from a prior arrest was compared to the store video footage to link him to those purchases, police said.…Continue Reading
CONCORD, Mass. – As everyone following this case already knows by now, the boy found dead along a gravel road in Maine has been identified as 6-year-old Camden Pierce-Hughes, and his mother has been taken into custody.
For those of you who have not been following this case, the body of a boy was found Saturday under a blanket alongside a remote road in Maine. Police were having issues identifying him as he did not match any missing persons reports. Even after they released a computer-generated photo of the boy, no one seemed to know who he was. The only clue they had was from a witness who saw a navy blue Toyota Tacoma pickup truck in the area.
This bit of info is what led to the boy’s identity finally being discovered and how he ended up on the side of the road. Someone saw a suspicious vehicle that matched the description being reported in this case sitting at a Chelmsford rest stop with a woman inside. When police arrived they found Camden’s mother, 42-year-old Julianne McCrery, sitting inside reading the Bible.…Continue Reading
SOUTH BERWICK, ME — It’s been almost two days and police have yet to identify the body of a boy found dead along a gravel road in South Berwick on Saturday.
What makes this even more disturbing is the fact that as of today, no one has reported anyone missing that matched the boy’s description.
Police released one of those helpful, yet creepy computer-generated photos of the boy shown to be around 4 or 5 with short, wavy dark blonde hair and blue eyes. He was 3 feet, 8 inches tall and weighed 45 pounds wearing a gray colored camouflage hooded sweatshirt, tan colored khaki pants, and “Lightning McQueen” black sneakers.
Police are also looking for a navy blue Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. It has an extended cab and a full cap over the bed with a white license plate. Anyone with information on the boy’s identity or the pickup truck is asked to call Maine State Police in Gray, Maine, at (207) 657-3030.
Bangor, Maine – Back in 2009 (when Rotten Apple didn’t hate my guts) we informed you of Julie “Mucklebones” Carr, the Maine woman who sexually abused her young daughter on webcam for the pleasure of a teen in the UK.
On Monday, she was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Authorities in the UK were contacted by a woman after a teenager, Nicholas Wilde, sent her 16-year-old daughter child porn. Wilde was tracked down, arrested and had his computer seized. Investigators would find various images and videos of child pornography involving children as young as 18-months.
They would also find video of Carr, 33, sexually abusing her 2-year-old daughter on camera, following Wilde’s instructions.
Carr was tracked down and charged with gross sexual assault and sexual exploitation of a minor. She pleaded guilty in February 2010. Wilde admitted to 10 charges of making, possessing or distributing indecent images of children, possessing extreme pornography and two charges of incitement to commit sexual assault of a child under 13.
On Monday,U.S.…Continue Reading
Bangor, Maine — Some people just don’t know how to share. Others take as much as they can get away with. Anthony Bowie will take what he wants and if you don’t like it, he’ll put his cigarette out on your face.
Apparently Bowie and his sister prefer to roll their own cigarettes. His sister, who is also the victim in this case, was kind enough to allow Bowie to have some of her tobacco on Sunday afternoon. When she realized he had taken more than she said he could, an argument ensued.
Bowie was not happy about his sister’s reaction so he did what any normal, sane person would do… he punched a lamp and then pressed his lit cigarette into her face. I can feel the family love.
Bowie, 21, has been charged with domestic assault and criminal mischief. He was charged with an additional count of domestic assault after police determined he had punched his girlfriend two days earlier.…Continue Reading
Bangor, Maine- It’s easy to predict that a story is probably not going to turn out good when you have a woman who is pissed-off, drinking alcohol, and has access to sharp, pointy objects. Cynthia Dorion, 57, was arrested this last Thursday after she allegedly stabbed her husband in the back with a knife in the kitchen of their home. When asked the reason for attacking her better half, Dorion told police that she stabbed her husband because “I can’t stand him and he drives me nuts.” Police say the attack appeared to be unprovoked and Dorion was allegedly intoxicated when she decided to get all stabby. She was released Friday morning after posting $1,500 cash bail. Dorion faces up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $20,000 on the aggravated assault charge, up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $5,000 on the assault with a dangerous weapon charge and up to a year in prison and a fine of up to $2,000 on the domestic violence assault charge.…Continue Reading
MADISON, Maine – A 17-year-old boy has died after a friend used gasoline to try and start a fire on Saturday. Daniel Pomerleau and his 17-year-old friend decided to pour gasoline on a campfire they were having difficulty getting to start. Unfortunately, there was a hot spot in the wood and the resulting flash fire ignited Pomerleau’s clothing. Madison Officer David Savage told reporters that the teen suffered burns covering “almost his entire body” and that most of his clothes were burned to ash. He was flown to a burn hospital in Boston but would die on Sunday. His friend received burns on his hands, face and arms. I spent a good amount of time at the Chapel Hill Burn Center after a family member was involved in a work related accident. Because of other victims I got to know while there, stories involving people burning really hit me in the gut a bit. I hate that Daniel’s friends and family are suffering his loss at this time, especially in this manner, but dying is probably the best thing that could have happened to Daniel after receiving the injuries he did.…Continue Reading
AMITY, Maine – Here’s a quick one I was waiting on posting as more details come forward, but police need help locating a 1989 Ford F-150 pickup truck missing from the scene of a triple murder. Police say the bodies of a male, his 10-year-old son and another adult male were found stabbed to death in their home Wednesday night by a relative of one of the victims. They believe the three were murdered sometime that morning. the truck has a Maine license plate 4155RY and equipped with two different colored wheels. Spokesman Steve McCausland said the driver of the truck is a “person of interest” and should be considered dangerous. Police are not releasing the names of the victims or their ages until relatives are notified. I’ll try to keep this updated as more info comes to light, but feel free to do the same in the comment section. The article I linked to seemed to have the most information out of all the ones I read.…Continue Reading
Wausau, ME – Bee Lor, a teacher’s aide at Maine Elementary school, has been fired and placed under arrest after an 11-year-old girl accused him of grabbing her breasts on the playground. The child stated that Bee was on “yard duty” during recess when he grabbed hold of her breasts and said “honk, honk.” The girl said it felt “wrong and gross” and further stated that Bee apologized afterward. The also child told police that Bee had been talking about what kind of underwear he was wearing that day and that he mentioned he had candy in his coat pockets if any of the kids wanted to reach in there and grab some. She then said Bee showed her and her friend how to use his camera and allowed them to take pictures of themselves. She told police that when her friend wanted to take a picture of Bee and her together, she pushed Bee out of the way. Now, you just know that Bee has a logical explanation for every accusation, right?…Continue Reading
Kittery, Maine Delving into the psychology behind animal cruelty produces a glimpse into the motivation. It’s said that those who would commit such a horrendous act may feel unnoticed, powerless, and perhaps under the control of others. “They” also state that the perpetrators may abuse animals to threaten, shock or offend others, perhaps demonstrating a rejection of societies rules. “They” also claim the ass committing these acts may be copying something they’ve seen or something that may have been done to them, or perhaps a safe way to seek revenge on someone who owns that pet. Maybe this is why I never pursued my major – I call this psychology bullshit. People like Matthew Dorrbecker, who mutilate animals for shits and giggles, are just sick fucks.…Continue Reading