|(Nicholas Hutchinson, photo courtesy of Penobscot County Jail)|
MILFORD – Maine State Police made arrests in connection with a burglary that occurred in Greenbush earlier this week.
On Jan. 3, Trooper Tom Fiske responded to a report of a burglary in Greenbush where several firearms and a large amount of change (coins) had been taken from a residence. Fisk requested that Trooper Jarod Stedman assist in processing the scene and with follow up. Trooper Kyle Willette learned that Penobscot County Deputies had performed a bail check on Nicholas Hutchinson and noted a large number of coins in the vehicle.
The investigation led police to a residence in Milford Tuesday, Jan. 4. Police said there were several people inside, but no one would answer the door. One of the individual’s probation officer issued a hold for not cooperating and the State Police obtained a search warrant for the residence.
After the search warrant was executed, police located three people in the residence and Nicholas Hutchinson, 21, of Milford was arrested for violation of bail conditions and was also charged with burglary. Matthew Midgette, 29, and Andrew Grindle, age unavailable, were arrested on probation violations.
Stedman said that the investigation is still ongoing and further charges are likely pending.
|(Matthew Midgette, photo courtesy of Penobscot County Jail)|
|(Andrew Grindle, photo courtesy of Penobscot County Jail)|
*Edited 1/9/11 to correct the spelling of Tpr. Fiske's name. Apologies!