Thomaston native named Carrabassett Valley police chief

Lopez originally from Thomaston, Georges Valley graduate
Dec 26, 2012
Source: Daily Bulldog Mark Lopez, originally from Thomaston, was named the new Carrabassett Valley police chief.

Carrabassett Valley — Mark Lopez, a Thomaston native, will serve as Carrabassett Valley's new police chief, according to the Daily Bulldog.

Lopez is originally from Thomaston and a graduate of Georges Valley High School.

Lopez, now of Kingfield, is a former Maine State trooper and homicide detective, and will head up the Carrabassett Valley Police Department and Sugarloaf Security, the Bulldog reports.

Comments (3)
Posted by: Jennie Demmons | Dec 27, 2012 12:19

If you can't say something nice then why say anything at all. Please don't degrade someone, especially on  here!!!!  I don't know this gentleman but it sure sounds like Heidi Locke-Talbot  does and he sounds like an upstanding man..

Congratulations Mr. Lopez !! 

Posted by: Heidi Ruth Locke-Talbot | Dec 27, 2012 06:20

Wow, that was a very rude comment from TM! Why don't you post your name? Mark Lopez has laid down his life for the people of Maine! He is a upstanding individual in the Kingfield/Carrabasset Valley area-coaching boys soccer for many years. He is a wonderful choice and the people in Carrabassett Valley are lucky to have him:) I am a resident of C.V. & a teacher for RSU #13.

Posted by: N H | Dec 27, 2012 05:55

Wow, so surprised, a former Trooper replacing a former Trooper, bet there was no political shenanigans in that choice (sarcasm).  So, you county folks now have a political annointer as a sheriff and an another as a chief of police.

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