Call for help results in arrest of two

Nov 04, 2012

Washington — Knox County Sheriff’s Office was called to a residence on Crystal Lake Road in Washington on Nov. 4 to assist Union Ambulance with a call of a 21-year-old male vomiting and bleeding profusely from a wound on his head, according to Knox County Chief Deputy Tim Carroll. It was unknown how he had been injured, police said.

Upon arrival, it was discovered the injured man had left the residence and it was unknown where he had gone, Carroll said in a press release. It was also discovered the man had three outstanding warrants for arrest, police said. After a brief search by Deputies John Palmer and Paul Spear, the injured man, later identified as Travis Condon, was seen exiting a residence and the two deputies had to chase him by foot through the woods before they were able place him under arrest and get him the medical attention he needed, Carroll said. Condon was transported by ambulance to Pen Bay Medical Center and once treated and released from the hospital, Condon was arrested for the three warrants and also charged with refusing to submit to arrest, possession of schedule Z drugs, and violation of conditions of release, Carroll said.

Further investigation revealed the residence Condon left had been checked by Deputy Palmer and the other occupant there, Felicia Glidden, 19, of Washington stated he wasn’t there, police said. Glidden later stated she knew Condon had outstanding arrest warrants and she didn’t want him to get arrested, according to police. Glidden also was arrested and charged with hindering apprehension, possession of liquor by a minor and violation of conditions of release, Carroll said.

A deputy from Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, and officers from Waldoboro Police Department and Maine Marine Patrol responded to assist at the scene.


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