Fake Amber Alert, Up-Skirt Photos and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The Somerset County Sheriff's Office posted on FB about a fake Amber Alert that claims to be from their office.The agency has not issued an alert.
Officials say a bolt of lightning started the fire at New Balance factory in Skowhegan over the weekend, the fire was quickly put out according to US News.
The Maine CDC is reminding Mainers to get tested for hepatitis and ask about available vaccines. Maine has the numbers go up for hep-B and C according to US News.
The floor is being addressed in the Colonial Theater in Downtown Augusta. Centralmaine.com posted the floor, which had a HUGE hole in it, should be done this month.
A Norridgewock farmer was found dead last week on his farm. Centralmaine.com reports he was working on piece of farm equipment when it fell on him.
Bath Police say a school bus driver took cellphone photos up the skirts of six students. According to US News the U.S. Department of Homeland Security found the photos uploaded to a foreign website.
A Windsor man air lifted to CMMC Sunday after an accident on RT 32 in China. WABI reports the accident still under investigation.
The weekends medical marijuana show did not have a vape tent as in past years. According to the Sun Journal the Maine tobacco enforcement coordinator the state anti-smoking and marijuana laws. Despite feeling they do have a right to have the area, the show agreed to cancel the tent.
The man who died in a hit and run accident on a ball field in Sanford had confessed to a hit and run that killed a little girl in 1968. Centralmaine.com posted the driver from Friday's incident had no connection to the 1968 death.