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Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County between Feb. 27 and March 4. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 1-800-452-4664.

Feb. 26

Police spoke with a complainant from Knox regarding a harassing/threatening comment that was made on Facebook by his son. He did not want anything done after being advised of his options.

Feb. 27

Trooper Elisha Fowlie responded to Bryant Road in Freedom for a report of siblings fighting over the TV remote. Trooper Fowlie advised the complainant this was a parenting issue and not a police matter.

Trooper Corey Smith and K9 Freyja performed a K9 demonstration for approximately 30 Cub Scouts and parents at Frankfort Elementary School.

Feb. 28

Police responded to the Abbott Road in Knox for a front-end loader that had been damaged sometime over the past week. It appeared a rock had been thrown several times at the windshield, causing damage. The investigation continues.

Feb. 29

Trooper Stephen Morrell stopped a vehicle on Bagley Hill Road in Troy. It was determined that Timothy Barnes, 56, was operating under the influence of drugs. Barnes was arrested and taken to Waldo County Jail. Trooper Morrell was assisted by Trooper Shawn Porter in the stop.

March 2

Police responded to Jackson for an unattended death.