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Pelham man confesses to machete attack on sister
PELHAM - Police say a 57-year-old man walked into the police station on Friday afternoon and confessed to attacking his sister with a machete eight days earlier.
Dennis Lozeau entered the lobby of the police department just before 4:30 p.m. and said he wanted to turn himself in for attempted murder, according to a press release.
Lozeau was arrested at the police department Friday and charged with two counts of first-degree assault. He declined the services of a bail commissioner and will be arraigned Monday at 10th Circuit Court, Salem Division.
More than $1.1b gambled in casinos
The figures were released Friday in the Maine Gambling Control Board's 2013 annual report.
"We get daily numbers, so we had been watching the trend," said Patrick Fleming, the board's executive director. "When Hollywood was the only facility in the state, everyone went there."
The Gambling Control Board has an inspector on site at both Oxford and Hollywood whenever they're open. Fleming said he's been generally pleased with both operations.
RAYMOND - Police and fire officials used a thermal-imaging camera to find a pet cat that was accidentally left behind when the owner's home was foreclosed on.
The rescue effort started after the former property owner notified police that she had been unable to locate two of her cats when the foreclosure was done.
Police reminded the public that the property is private and that police were doing "everything legally possible" to locate the animal. "Have a heart" traps have been set up inside and outdoors and there is food available inside the house, police said.
AUBURN, Maine - A Lewiston couple was found guilty Friday of bilking the federal government out of tens of thousands of dollars in housing money at the same time they were buying downtown properties with cash.
from 2006 to 2008, according to Assistant Attorney General Leanne Robbin, who prosecuted the case.
On a second misdemeanor charge of theft by deception against Abdi, Clifford found her not guilty, writing that some of her actions were "questionable" but were not proven illegal beyond a reasonable doubt.
Agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement converged on the store with a warrant on a tip about possible violations of the Maine Women, Infants and Children nutrition program benefits.
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