An 18-year-old Orono man was arrested Saturday night during the Orono High School football game against Old Town, held as part of the school’s homecoming, after he saw police officers talking to his younger brother, Orono police Sgt. Josh Ewing said Monday.
“He was hollering at officers demanding to know what was going on,” he said.
Damian Ouellette was warned by police to calm down at around 9 p.m. and was given a criminal trespass warning but continued to be disruptive during the football game and was arrested for disorderly conduct, Ewing said.
He was taken to Penobscot County Jail in Bangor and later released. (Nok-Noi Ricker, BDN)
Nine underage people who were caught drinking alcohol at Orchard Trails on Friday night were charged after Orono police officers arrived to investigate a report of young people breaking bottles, Sgt. Josh Ewing said Monday.
When officers arrived at 11:04 p.m., “people were going back inside [the apartment] through the window,” he said.
The apartment was rented by Brianna Mancuso, 18, and Megan Cowie, 18. Alexander Britten, 18, Nicholas Prince, 18, Garrett Mercier, 18, Nathan Gadbois, 19, Justin Alper, 19, Alexander Lorello, 19, and Colin O’Connor, 19, all of Orono, along with the two renters were charged with possession of alcohol by a minor through consumption.
Mancuso and Cowie also were charged with furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol, and Britten was charged with possession of marijuana. None of the teens was arrested. (Nok-Noi Ricker, BDN)
An Orono resident who squealed his tires while leaving the University of Maine during the football game Saturday night against New Hampshire was stopped by university police, university spokesman Joe Carr said Monday.
Daniel Joubert, 23, who is not a student, was charged with driving to endanger.
In a separate incident at 2 a.m. that day, a resident of York Hall on the UM campus who apparently was intoxicated was reported to police by other residents of the hall for being loud. Brittanie Walsh, 19, was charged with illegal possession of alcohol. (Nok-Noi Ricker, BDN)