In Focus: Orrington, barn fires and the Kennebunk Zumba prostitution trial
Alex Barber | BDN
A fire tanker truck approaches a Dexter fire fighter through the smoke-filled Corinna Center Road in Corinna, the site of a barn fire on Thursday, March 21, 2013. Seven fire departments responded to the fire.
Carter F. McCall | BDN
Judith Frost Gillis (left) and Isabella Gillis (right) wait in a hallway before their colonial reenactment for the Old Home Week announcement at the Orrington Meeting House on Thursday, March 21, 2013. Judith was portraying historic Orrington resident Azubah Freeman Ryder who, in 1814, at 9-months pregnant, ran door to door to alert local residents of British troops marching toward the town. Buy Photo
Troy R. Bennett | BDN
BDN Portland Multimedia Sales Consultant Laurie Trifoso (left) and BDN Events Producer Pat Lemieux announce the 2013 lineup of BDN Maine events at the Portland Expo Thursday. Buy Photo
Linda Coan O'Kresik
Veazie police Officer Roger Hershey (left) gets evidence bags ready for Jack Dalton and Kaylyn Larkin (right), who were assigned the role of evidence technicians in Thursday's mock crime scene at the Veazie Community School. Jack has found some evidence in the trash can. The "crime" being investigated is a robbery at a tattoo parlor (the girls locker room) where illegal card games were being played after hours and money was stolen.
Seth Koenig | BDN
Defense attorneys Daniel Lilley and Tina Nadeau are greeted by reporters and cameras outside the Cumberland County courthouse late Thursday morning after the sentencing of their client, Mark Strong Sr., in the high-profile Kennebunk prostitution case. Strong was sentenced to 20 days in jail and a total of $3,000 in fines. Lilley said he plans to file an appeal in the case.
Posted March 22, 2013, at 3:45 p.m.