These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

Maine authorities say the parents of a 3-year-old girl seen wandering along a road "unattended and unclothed" have been arrested. Motorists spotted the child Saturday morning walking on Route 4 in Livermore and called 911. When deputies arrived, several people had stopped their vehicles and were tending to the child. The girl and another child, an 18-month-old boy were  placed with state social services after they were medically cleared. Arrested and jailed were 32-year-old Courtney D. Abbott and 40-year-old Kerry J. Ross, both of Livermore. They are to be arraigned Monday on child endangerment, drug and weapons charges. (AP)

Police in Maine say a teenager's pocket dial to 911 led to three arrests for vandalism that included damage to a fleet of school buses on Halloween. The errant call in Lisbon led police to the teenagers, who were charged with illegally consuming alcohol and vandalizing school buses. Police say the teenager who accidentally called police had 911 on speed dial. (AP)

The Maine Forest Service says three men have been cited for collecting evergreen boughs without written permission. Forest Ranger John Cousins says that 600 pounds of evergreen tips were seized and summonses were issued to the men who thought they had permission to collect the tips on land owned by Haynes Timber. (AP)

Waterville police say they are looking into new reports from former students of Don Reiter's in New Hampshire. According to WGME, they say he exhibited similar behavior to what he is being accused of in Waterville. Reiter is the Waterville Senior High School principal. He is accused of asking a female student for sex at the beginning of the school year. He has been on administrative leave since September 1. The Waterville Board of Education is expected to vote on whether to fire him or return him to his job on Monday. Officials did not say what they are specifically alleging, but he did say more than one student contacted police. (AP)

Just one day before last week's terror attacks in Paris, senior Iraqi intelligence officials warned members of the U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group of imminent assaults by the militant organization. The Associated Press has learned that Iraqi intelligence sent a dispatch saying the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, had ordered an attack on coalition countries fighting against them in Iraq and Syria, as well as on Iran and Russia, through bombings or other attacks in the days ahead. (AP)

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says his country was justified in carrying out air strikes on the Islamic State group in Syria. France launched "massive" air strikes Sunday night on the city of Raqqa, destroying a jihadi training camp and a munitions dump. Meanwhile, authorities have arrested seven people and are hunting for more alleged members of a sleeper cell that carried out Friday's Paris attacks that killed 129 people. (AP)

A Palestinian health official says two Palestinians were killed and three were wounded in clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank. A Health Ministry spokesman says the Palestinians were killed at dawn Monday when Israeli troops entered a refugee camp. The Israeli military says troops were in the camp to demolish the home of a Palestinian who it says shot and killed an Israeli in the West Bank this summer. (AP)

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says he would cut down on illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border by cutting all benefits he says attract illegal immigration. The comments came during a press availability Sunday in Henderson, Nevada. Carson suggests prosecuting all first-time offenders, installing a double fence and using technology-driven surveillance to cut down sharply on the percentage of illegal crossings. (AP)