Milford Authorities Considering Ten-Day Waiting Period for Trailer Home Purchases to Cut Down on Violence


trailer-parkMILFORD, Maine — Nearly a dozen law enforcement officers were called to Milford on Monday night after receiving a report of a fight involving several people. The brawl at Pheasant Hill Trailer Park, located near the intersection of Main Street and Call Road, was reported about 8:45 p.m. and involved at least six men and women, Penobscot County sheriff’s Deputy Steve Saucier said Tuesday. It also was the subject of at least nine 911 calls, he said. Four officers from the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department, three Old Town officers and one Maine State Police trooper were sent to the area as part of the initial response, Saucier said. He said three more state troopers joined in the search for suspects later that night. “It was a long night,” Saucier said late Tuesday afternoon. Law enforcement officials were still trying to get to the bottom of the brawl Tuesday afternoon, Saucier said. So far, police have determined that the fight began between two men but that two women got into the fray. At least two others got involved while trying to break the fight up, he said. Saucier said that so far the people involved in the fracas have not been cooperative with police. He said the participants ranged in age from their mid-20s to their 40s and that alcohol was involved. (read more at the Bangor Daily News)

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