Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Portland, Maine. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Portland Maine Police Station Address: 109 Middle St, Portland, ME 04101, United States

2 days ago
Ofc. Jeremy Turner, the singing cop, sang the National Anthem at the Red Claws game tonight @redclawshoops #thecarolingcop #crushingitwcrusher https://t.co/PtOdcPFUA4

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Anthony Leng has been arrested for the January 7th murder of his domestic partner Sokha Khuon. Leng was arrested this morning and was taken to the Cumberland County Jail. He is charged with Murder. https://t.co/BiOljy0Hti https://t.co/MQcs1z3XfT

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1 week ago
Look who stopped by HQ today to meet with Officer Turner, our singing officer! Thanks for the visit, @Patriots! And good luck in the playoffs. #portlandme #notdone https://t.co/YqHGgebPw1

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Portland Woman’s Death Ruled Homicide and Man Arrested

PORTLAND, Maine – Portland Police have arrested Anthony Leng (DOB 05-06-1977) for the Murder of his domestic partner, 36 year-old Sokha Khuon. Khuon died on January 7, 2018 in the home she shared with Leng and two of their children at 46 Dorothy Street. The children, ages 10 and 15, were found unharmed outside the home by police officers responding to a 911 call reporting shots fired. The children are now being cared for by relatives.

The Office of Chief Medical Examiner performed an autopsy on Khuon and determined that she died from multiple gunshot wounds. Her death is ruled a homicide.

Leng was taken into custody at the Portland Police Department on Saturday, January 13, 2018 just before 9:00 AM.
Police have been actively investigating the death all week, collecting and analyzing evidence and interviewing witnesses.
Our investigation is ongoing and we continue to ask anyone with information to call police at 207-874-8575.

Domestic violence murders are tragic and devastating. We extend our condolences to Ms. Khuon’s family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors.

We urge anyone experiencing domestic violence to contact police or Family Crisis Services at 1-800-537-6066. Hotline workers are available to assist with suggestions regarding safety planning, available resources and an array of options. If you know of a friend or relative you believe is in an abusive relationship urge them to seek help.

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Portland Maine Police Department updated their cover photo.3 weeks ago

Thought this picture from last February really captured today appropriately.
Photo credit to Kelly Watters. Thank you!

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Portland Maine Police Department3 weeks ago

Merry Christmas everyone.

A special thanks to those serving.

To all the dispatchers, officers, firefighters and all the service men and women who are away from home this Christmas.
We just wanted to say thank you, please be safe, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!

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Portland Maine Police Department is at Portland Maine Police Department.4 weeks ago

Winter on Middle St. ❄️🚔 Thank you process server Kelly Watters for sharing this great picture. #policeportland #answerthecall

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Portland Maine Police Department added 9 new photos.1 month ago

This weekend Portland PD Officers participated in Wreaths Across America. Each December, officers go down to Washington D.C. to join other police officers and volunteers across the nation in remembering and honoring those who gave their lives for our freedom.

On Friday and Saturday Portland officers, along with other law enforcement officers, gold star families, and countless volunteers went to the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery. While at the Arlington National Cemetery, officers remembered and honored our veterans by placing Remembrance wreaths on the graves of our country’s fallen heroes. The names of each and every veteran were read aloud so that they are never forgotten.

Officer Morgan MacLean stated: “A truly amazing experience and honor to be a part of the Wreaths Across America this weekend. We had the privilege to meet some amazing war heroes, Gold star mothers, and pay tribute to those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.”

#WreathsAcrossAmerica #RememberHonorTeach

If you want to learn more about Wreaths Across America and their important mission, visit http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org.

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Portland Maine Police Department1 month ago

Portland PD would like to offer congratulations to Officers Kyle Forbes and Jacob Gibbs as well as the rest of the graduating class of the 33rd Basic Law Enforcement Training Prorgam.

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Chief Sauschuck, Off. Lackee, Off. Kyle Forbes, Off. Jacob Gibbs, Sgt. Hayden and Maj. Gorham

photo credit to Kelly Watters