Domestic Violence Suspect Found in Windsor, Maine After Hiding Days in a Blueberry Field
A Maine man, and wanted fugitive, was found hiding in a field in the Maine town of Windsor over the weekend.
According to WABI TV 5, 40-year-old Albert 'AJ' Peaslee, has been wanted by police on multiple charges including aggravated assault, among others. Police have been looking for the man, who was reportedly already on probation, for bank robbery, for several days.
Over the weekend, the news station reports that the man was found by the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office hiding in his truck in a Windsor blueberry field off a dead-end road.
The man, and his truck, were found in the field off of Windsor's Taylor Road, a small, dirt, dead-end road just off of the Windsor Neck Road. Officials say the man had been hiding out there for 'several days'.
WABI went on to report that in addition to the domestic violence aggravated assault charge, Albert 'AJ' Peaslee, also faces other charges of domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing and violation of a protective order.
Peaslee, from Richmond, Maine, is currently being held on $100,000 bail.
This is a developing story and we will continue to keep it updated as more information becomes available to us.