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Cyr Martin

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Ashland

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www.wagmtv.com

And the Ashland Police Chief, Cyr Martin, added, "I'm sure we'll have people asking the council or the town manager why we're doing this."
Martin added, "We're always clean cut and this beard thing gives them a little bit of freedom to do it without me harassing them." Sgt. Newell says he hopes this can expand to other departments in the County next year.


bangordailynews.com

The driver, Cleveland Richardson, 57, of Patten, was not injured, according to Ashland Police Chief Cyr Martin early Monday evening.
According to Martin, Richardson was negotiating a curve on Route 11 in a fully loaded logging truck belonging to H.C. Haynes, Inc. of Winn, when he lost control of the truck. Martin said it had just begun to snow at the time and the roads were slippery. Traffic was reduced to a single lane for much of the afternoon at the scene and closed completely for a while as trucks arrived to pick up the spilled logs. By 5 p.m. traffic was being allowed through the scene on a stop-and-go basis, Martin said, as the logs were being cleared off the roadway. He said that work was expected to last through 6:30 p.m.


www.republican-me.com [cached]

In back are: Presque Isle Chief of Police Matt Irwin; District Attorney Todd Collins; Ashland Police Chief Cyr Martin; Houlton Police Chief Butch Asselin; Maine State Police Lieutenant Mark Brooks; Caribou Chief of Police Michael Gahagan; Maine Warden Service Lieutenant Thomas Ward; Aroostook County Sheriff James Madore; Aroostook County Sheriff Chief Deputy Craig Clossey; Washburn Police Chief Douglas Conroy; Mark Albert, member of Community Voices; Madawaska Police chief Carroll Theriault; and Fort Kent Police Chief Kenneth Michaud.


www.wabi.tv

State Police say 46-year-old Cyr Martin of Eagle Lake was traveling on Route 11 Wednesday , when a moose walked out in front of his vehicle.
Martin, whose the Chief of the Ashland Police Department, struck the animal. His SUV then reportedly swerved into oncoming traffic, hitting another vehicle head-on. Bouchard and Martin were taken by helicopter to EMMC. Bouchard is listed in critical condition, Martin in fair condition at last report.


bangordailynews.com

Tom Pelletier said that one of the crashes seriously injured Cyr Martin, chief of the Ashland Police Department.
Martin, 46, of Eagle Lake was driving his 2006 Chevy Blazer south on Route 11 between Portage and Eagle Lake about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday when a moose entered the roadway, Pelletier said. Martin, the driver of the pickup, 70-year-old Melford Bouchard of Newburgh, and Bouchard's passenger, Eileen Ross of Newburgh, were taken by Fort Kent and Eagle Lake ambulances to Northern Maine Medical Center in Fort Kent. Ross was treated and then released, according to Pelletier, but Bouchard and Martin were taken by LifeFlight to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. Martin suffered serious injuries to both legs and Bouchard suffered chest injuries, the sergeant said. Wishing the best to Mr. Bouchard and our Chief Cyr Martin ...


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