POLICE BEAT

Police find stolen car while serving a subpoena

Posted Jan. 02, 2012, at 2:39 p.m.
David Harris
Bangor Police Department
David Harris

BANGOR, Maine — An officer who went to the Ranger Inn on outer Hammond Street about 12:15 p.m. Thursday to serve a subpoena found a car that had been stolen from Bangor earlier in the day.

David Harris, 30, of Bangor was charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle, trafficking in dangerous knives, carrying a concealed weapon, operating a motor vehicle after suspension and violation of a condition of release, according to a press release issued Monday by Bangor police.

The subpoena was not for Harris, according to Sgt. Paul Edwards.

In a search of the stolen car, officers found several sharp-edged weapons. Harrison also had a spring-loaded weapon on his person, Edwards said in the release.

Harris was taken to the Penobscot County Jail and later released on bail. (Judy Harrison, BDN)

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