LUBEC, Maine — An Aroostook County woman was arrested on Thursday on an outstanding felony warrant in Washington County, according to state police.

Leanne Lacombe, 30, whose hometown was not available, had been wanted on a felony warrant for a probation revocation, State Police Lt. Rod Charette said in a statement.

State police had responded to an area off North Lubec Road to conduct a track after Lacombe and her two juvenile sons had allegedly fled from the Maine Warden Service, according to Charette.

Trooper Chris Smith and his canine Winger performed a track on Lacombe for about two miles before Smith could hear breaking branches and voices through the woods and warned Lacombe to turn herself in.

Within 10 minutes, Lacome and one of the juveniles exited the woods, and Sgt. Jeffrey Ingemi took her into custody, Charette said.

Other charges might be pending by the Warden Service, Charette said.

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