Homeschooled Children Discovered At Home, Sober, And Asleep In Their Beds On Sunday Night

HERMON, Maine — A Glenburn teenager was arrested on multiple charges after he reportedly injured a Penobscot County sheriff’s deputy during a scuffle Sunday night in the parking lot outside Morgan Hill Event Center, where a formal dance hosted by a high school girls sorority was under way. Bangor High School student Tyler Omlor, 18, has been charged with assault on a police officer — a Class C felony — as well as disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest, illegal possession of alcohol by a minor by consumption and possession of a usable amount of marijuana, Sgt. Micheal Burgess of Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday afternoon. Deputy Peter Garland suffered a leg injury while trying to get Omlor out of a rented limousine in which he and likely others had been consuming alcohol, Burgess said. Garland was taken to St. Joseph Hospital for X-rays and treatment, Burgess said. (read more at the Bangor Daily News)