‘American Loggers’ star summoned after crash

Posted Sept. 29, 2010, at 8:43 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 29, 2011, at 11:28 a.m.

MILLINOCKET, Maine — One of the stars of TV’s “American Loggers” was issued a summons earlier this week after police said they found a parked Subaru station wagon that had rear-end damage.

Jeff Pelletier, 42, of Millinocket was issued a summons Sunday morning for failure to report an accident. The summons was issued about eight hours after an accident was reported on Kelly Lane, police said.

Police said a neighbor called in the accident at about 1:05 a.m., about five minutes after it happened. Sgt. Jerry Cox and another officer got there within a few minutes, but the colliding vehicle was gone, police said.

However, the officers had a general idea of what kind of vehicle did the damage — a GMC pickup truck. By process of elimination, police said, they found Pelletier’s pickup truck at his home on Morgan Lane and found on it damage consistent with a rear-end accident.

The station wagon had about $3,000 in damage and is still drivable. Pelletier is due in Lincoln District Court on Oct. 3, police said.

Police said the Subaru was registered to a resident of Kelly Lane.

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