A 63-year-old local man who had been wanted on an arrest warrant for six years turned himself into Madawaska police on July 3.
David Sirois walked into the police station and stated that he thought he had a warrant out on him and that he was ready to turn himself in, according to Lt. Jamie Pelletier of the Madawaska Police Department.
“It was a very anticlimactic encounter,” Pelletier said. “He just basically said he wants to make good on his past failures.”
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