May 20, 2019
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Shots fired outside Westbrook rehab clinic

WESTBROOK, Maine — A Sebago man surrendered himself to police immediately after he allegedly fired several gunshots into the ground during an altercation with another man at a Delta Drive rehabilitation clinic Saturday. No injuries were reported, police said.

Nicholas Knight, 30, of Sebago drove himself to the police station immediately after the fight. Police said the incident began at about 10 a.m., when they received a call reporting several shots fired at Cap Quality Care at 1 Delta Drive, Police chief Janine L. Roberts said in a news release.

When officers arrived, witnesses reported the suspect fled in a silver Jeep Liberty and that a male and female were in the Jeep. Knight went into custody shortly thereafter, and the weapon he allegedly used was found, Roberts said.

Cap Quality describes itself at its website,, as a treatment center for heroin and opioid pain medication addiction.

The investigation is continuing.

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