State police arrested two people Tuesday on terrorizing charges after they allegedly threatened to kill an unidentified victim and the victim’s child.

After their arrests at a home in Corinth, Sheena Marie Parks, 22, of Corinth and Robert Sullivan Munson, 21, of Kenduskeag were taken to Penobscot County Jail in Bangor.

Both were released after initial appearances Wednesday in 3rd District Court, a jail official confirmed.

According to Trooper Chris Hashey, the two are accused of making telephone threats to a person they believed had provided information about them to a state agency.

Parks is scheduled to appear in District Court on March 11, the jail official said. A court date for Munson was not immediately available. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)

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Bangor police were still looking Wednesday for the owner of silverware found in a trash receptacle on the city’s East Side.

Though the Police Department has fielded numerous calls from people seeking missing jewelry, no one so far has called about the silverware, which Sgt. Paul Edwards noted earlier has identifying features “that could only be identified by its rightful owner.”

According to Edwards, Bangor police believe that the silverware and silver jewelry are owned by the same person, so at this time, they are seeking inquiries only from those who think the silverware might be theirs.

If you think you might be the owner of the missing silverware, call Detective Dave Bushey at 947-7384. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)

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Brewer police arrested a local man Tuesday evening and charged him with disorderly conduct after he raised a ruckus at the rooming house in where he lives. When Cpl. Levi Sewell, Officer Peter Rancourt and Cpl. Anthony Pinette arrived at 347 N. Main St. about 7 p.m., they found tenant John Krumpter, 45, in the hallway “extremely intoxicated” and screaming obscenities at witnesses, Sgt. Rich Smith said Wednesday.

The police intended to issue a warning only, but changed their minds after he began yelling obscenities at them.

Krumpter, who was taken to Penobscot County Jail after his arrest, has since been released on bail, Smith said. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)