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Baileyville Police Chief Robert Fitzsimmons

Police Chief Robert Fitzsimmons

Staff

Andrew Seavey  Sergeant

Joshua Engroff  Patrol Officer

Mike Donahe  Patrol Officer[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Phone Numbers

Emergency: 911
Office: 207-427-6203
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Folks don't forget about the parking ban on our town streets from 11:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. Also the public works crew would love it if the portable basketball hoops on the streets around town get moved before the plows turn them into iron pretzels. Thank you and feel free to share. ... See MoreSee Less

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Slippery, greasy, snotty, slick, slickery, accident waiting to happen. Whichever adjective you use to describe these snow covered roads, that's what we have. Slow down, be safe and watch out for the other guy. Just so we are clear, no "Hold my beer and watch this" moves. You know who you are. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 of Baileyville PD's veterans. Thank you John Preston, Matt Carter and Sgt. Andrew Seavey. ... See MoreSee Less

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I was coming home from Bangor yesterday and I heard a call over the radio from a deputy here in Washington County. He told dispatch that he was escorting a bus. My first thought was that it may have been for an academic or sports team event. I then thought with the terrible news these past few weeks that children had been struck by motorist passing a school bus with the lights flashing maybe he was following a bus for that reason. Either way it planted the seed in my head that we should be doing that in Baileyville as well. We will be following different buses at different times to make sure drivers are doing the right things and that our kids are safe. Please feel free to share this. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Woodland Sr./Jr. High just conducted a lock down drill.They nailed it! Great job by the students, faculty and staff. It is comforting in some ways to know that the students and teachers are prepared for this type of incident. It's great to read the handbook so you know what is supposed to happen but going through the drills that we have in the past few years pay huge dividends. Thanks to all involved. ... See MoreSee Less

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