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NH police bloodhound tracks down Maine fugitive
Strafford County Sheriff's Deputy Keith MacKenzie is with his bloodhound, Daisy Mae, who led police to a murder suspect in the Maine woods Friday. Strafford County Sheriff's Department
Maine State Police say Daisy Mae picked up the scent of Jesse Marquis on Friday morning and led authorities to his capture about 90 minutes later in the woods in St. Francis, Maine, near the Canadian border.
Police say Marquis was taken without incident when confronted by police at gunpoint. He was being processed at the Fort Kent police department and expected to make his first court appearance on Monday.
MacKenzie drove up Thursday night with the bloodhound and was on his way home Friday afternoon after Daisy Mae got her man within 90 minutes.
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