Consent to search pickup leads to Holden man’s arrest

By Dawn Gagnon, BDN Staff
Posted Feb. 24, 2011, at 10:43 p.m.

 

A Holden man was arrested Wednesday night on a felony drug possession charge after he reportedly agreed to let Bangor police officers search his pickup and they turned up four prescription painkillers.

 

As a result of the discovery, Justin Bowen, 23, was charged with possession of scheduled drugs, a Class C felony, Bangor police Lt. Jeff Millard said Thursday, citing police reports. Bowen, who was taken to Penobscot County Jail after his arrest, since has been released on bail, Millard said.

 

According to Millard, the episode that led to Bowen’s arrest began about 9:30 p.m. on Griffin Road, where a city police officer pulled Bowen over because of a faulty break light.

 

Bowen reportedly consented to a search of his Ford Ranger pickup truck and during that search, police officers found four hydrocodone pills in a bag that also contained Bowen’s driver’s license, Millard said. Bowen was unable to produce a prescription for the pills, Millard said.

 

Millard said two passengers in Bowen’s pickup at the time were not charged. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)

 

A local man was arrested and charged with a bail violation Wednesday morning after a Brewer police officer reportedly found him where he wasn’t supposed to be.

 

Eric Siedzik, 28, of Brewer was wanted on two warrants when Brewer police Officer Amy Nickerson found him about 11:30 a.m. at a Prospect Street residence that the conditions of his release from a prior arrest prohibit him from visiting, Brewer police Sgt. David Lord said Thursday evening, citing a police report.

 

After his arrest, Siedzik was taken to Penobscot County Jail, where he was being held pending a court appearance Friday at the Penobscot Judicial Center, a jail official confirmed Thursday night. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)

 

A 19-year-old Hermon man was charged with driving with a suspended license and illegal transportation of liquor by a minor after he was pulled over Monday afternoon on the Penobscot Bridge.

 

Garrett Fish was stopped by Brewer police Cpl. Nelson Feero because of an alleged improper turn violation, Brewer police Sgt. David Lord said Thursday. At the time, Fish had two bottles of liquor in his car, Lord said.

The police report did not indicate what kind of liquor the teenager had on board, Lord said. he said an 18-year-old passenger in Fish’s vehicle was not charged. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)

 

 

 

 

 

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