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Icy road conditions kept York County sheriff's deputies busy on Monday, as three crashes were reported within a few hours, according to Chief Deputy William King. The first accident was reported at 5:40 a.m. when Michael Linteau, 27, of Waterboro lost control of his pickup truck on Route 25 in Limington, forcing the road to be shut down for an hour. Comment?
"Had it not gone the way it did, had she been in the passenger seat, we would probably be going to a funeral," said Brenda Sturgis after her daughter walked away from a serious accident without a scratch. On Friday night, 16-year-old Stacie Sturgis was driving down West Road when she hit the washed-out shoulder, lost control of the car, slid to the other side of the road, hit a tree and totaled the vehicle. Comment?
Police were called to Owls Nest Road early Friday to investigate a report that a man had threatened a neighbor, but the suspect in question did not answer his phone so deputies waited more than four hours for him to leave his home to arrest him, according to a news release issued Saturday by the York County Sheriff's Office. Andrew Mayer, 46, was arrested around 3:30 p.m. Friday when he "came outside to walk his dog and was apprehended by awaiting deputies," Chief Deputy William L. King Jr. said in the statement. Comment?
A new discussion about a buffer zone outside Planned Parenthood of Northern New England will begin at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. Comment?
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