Murder/Suicide in Norridgewock, Drug Arrests in Augusta/Waterville and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The trial of Luc Tieman, charged with killing his wife and burying her in a shallow grave in Skowhegan, starts today. USNews reports her body was found buried behind his parents home.
Maine would keep key provisions from the Obama's health care law under legislation headed to Gov. LePage. US News posted the governor said he wouldn't sign into law the same rules he claims have made the Obama law a disaster.
The FBI has released a compilation of surveillance videos of the suspect in a spree of armed robberies in the Portland area. Centralmaine.com the video that highlights details captured by security cameras, including a logo on a jacket and the style of gloves the suspect wore.
The proposed Gardiner city budget is up 5.7 percent which would caused taxes to go up as well. Centramaine.com reports the budget has a full-time economic development director, a school resource officer and a firefighter as well as some raises.
The city of Lewiston and Brookfield Renewable USNews.com say they have completed an agreement to donate a system of canals to the city.
Officials say the death of a Norridgewock couple appears to be a murder suicide. Centralmaine.com reports the couple and their dog died from gunshot wounds. He man called police Saturday morning to say there would be two bodies at his house and an elderly woman who would need care. The man's 87-year-old mother, who lived at the house, was found sitting in a vehicle unharmed.