BANGOR, Maine — A Lincoln man police say sent numerous emails to a woman he’s not allowed to contact was arrested Thursday night.
Bangor police Officer Dustin Dow responded to an Ohio Street address just before 11 p.m. and spoke to the ex-girlfriend of 21-year-old Jacob Langley, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said.
The woman showed the officer numerous Facebook messages Langley had sent her throughout the day, according to Edwards. The sergeant said Langley had bail conditions prohibiting him from contacting the woman.
Dow subsequently contacted Lincoln police to find out where Langley was living, and Officer Chris Blanchard agreed to meet a Lincoln officer and the suspect in Old Town, according to Edwards.
Blanchard picked up Langley in Old Town and brought him to Penobscot County Jail on a violation of condition of release charge, the sergeant said. Langley remained at the jail Friday morning.
Lincoln police Officer Mark Fucile said Langley is on probation. He would not say for what offense Langley is serving probation but said Langley does not have any domestic violence offenses on his record.
According to Bangor Daily News archives, Langley was arrested in 2010 after leading Lincoln and state police on a brief high-speed pursuit through his hometown that concluded near Interstate 95.