D.C. Wants to Pay Criminals to Stay Out of Trouble
The Washington D.C. council has put forth a measure that the city would pay its 50 most troubles young residents to stay out of trouble. The measure states that if they stick with programs to turn their lives around, they can make as much as $9,000.
Police Looking For Fourth Suspect In Augusta Homicide
The Maine State Police say a fourth person is being sought in connection with the drug related homicide of an Augusta man in November.  Three others have already been charged in the death of Joseph Marceau, 31, who was killed inside an apartment on Washington Street on Nov. 23.
Sketch Released of Possible Suspect in Union Home Invasion
The Knox County Sheriff's Office has released a sketch of a woman believed to be connected to last week's home invasion on the Sennebec Road in Union.
A woman knocked on the door, just a little while before the home was robbed on Wednesday (Feb...

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