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Police Beat

Sept. 28 – 4:30 a.m. 

While on duty, Officer Morse of the Orono Police Department (OPD) received a call from the Circle K on Main Street complaining of a male subject who had entered the store and attempted to steal a bag of potato chips. After Officer Morse left the Circle K establishment, he noticed a figure walking down the side of the road toward downtown Orono. Officer Morse stopped the man identified as Andrey Klokov, 22, of Orono and noticed him with an open bag of chips in his hand. Officer Morse confronted the suspect, who was observed to be intoxicated. Klokov confessed to stealing the chips from the Alltown gas station. The suspect was apologetic and cooperative. Klokov was summoned for theft. 

Sept. 29 – 12:20 a.m. 

While Officer James of the OPD was on patrol at the intersection of Park Street, he noticed a vehicle driving with only marker lights but no headlights on. Officer James performed a traffic stop and determined that the driver, Cole Jakobs, 22, of Naples was driving from his friend’s house. Officer James noted that Jakobs seemed intoxicated and Jakobs stated that he had only had one beer at a friend’s house. Officer James conducted a field sobriety test and determined that Jakobs did not pass satisfactorily. Jakobs was escorted to the OPD by Officer James, where a blood alcohol test showed that Jakobs’ blood alcohol level was higher than 0.8. Jakobs was summoned for operating under the influence.


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