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Baileyville Police Chief Robert Fitzsimmons

Police Chief Robert Fitzsimmons

Staff

Andrew Seavey  Sergeant

Joshua Engroff  Patrol Officer

Mike Donahe  Patrol Officer[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Phone Numbers

Emergency: 911
Office: 207-427-6203
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I just had a report of a bear going up through the woods between the lower part of Washington St. and Broadway. We have them around every year about this time. Don't leave an easy meal out for them. Put the bird feeders and pet food away. Take care of the trash and BBQ grills. Usually they are a year or so old and mumma bear has sent them on their way. I'll be talking with the Maine Warden Service about a live trap and see if we can relocate Yogi and Boo Boo. ... See MoreSee Less

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I just had a report of a bear going up through the woods between the lower part of Washington St. and Broadway. We have them around every year about this time. Don't leave an easy meal out for them. Put the bird feeders away. Take care of the trash and BBQ grills. Usually they are a year or so old and mumma bear has sent them on their way. I'll be talking with the Maine Warden Service about a live trap and see if we can relocate Yogi and Boo Boo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today I attended a conference with a school board member, an educator and a principal from Woodland. Also in attendance were about 200 other folks from the same professions. We gathered in Augusta today to discuss safety in our schools. We saw that other schools face the same challenges no matter the size of the school or city. We had presenters that discussed how to secure our schools. They even presented ideas that cost little to no money to implement.

We all want the same thing for our kids and the staffs, a nice safe environment to work and learn. We'll keep at it.
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They were in 8th grade when I got here. I met some of them then and others when they started at WHS as Freshmen. Most were quiet the first year of high school, walking the halls with their eyes down. Some embraced it and started making their mark right away.

I have seen them stumble and fall. I have seen their hearts torn out by tragedies felt throughout our communities. I have seen the break ups. I have seen the struggles.

I have watched them get up. I have watched as they comfort each other. I have seen the beauty in it all.

I have watched teachers and staff as they help prepare them for what is coming. Now I watch the nervous anticipation as they prepare to leave for new adventures.

I have seen the parents as they celebrate with them and push them when all they really want to do is shield them.

We will watch them as they make their way. We will encourage. We will be there for them.

We are lucky, we have watched them grow.
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As one of the students at WHS was leaving with his dad yesterday to take the test for his driver’s license, the dad told me that this is one of about 6 most important events in a young man’s life. It made me think of the prom tonight.

This is one of the most important nights in a young woman’s life.

Young fellas you need to know they started getting ready for this night years ago. So show up early, look your best and do just exactly what they tell you to do.

I want all of you to make safe choices tonight it only takes a second to ruin a magical night. I'm counting on you all.

I'll see you there.
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