ARUNDEL, Maine — A reported disturbance on Cliff Ledge Drive early Friday morning led York County sheriff’s deputies to a woman with multiple warrants, including one for drugs, Sheriff William King said.

Kaitlin Toler, 27, had three active warrants, including one for failing to appear for multiple drug offenses, along with two theft warrants, according to King.

When deputies arrived at the residence, Dale Goodwin, 53, told police he was alone and refused deputies’ entry, King said.

As deputies were negotiating with Goodwin via a locked door, Toler appeared out of a back room and identified herself, and Goodwin subsequently fled further into the house, refusing deputies’ command to exit, the sheriff said.

Deputies were able to force their way inside and arrest both individuals, King said. Goodwin was charged with hindering apprehension.

Both were taken to the York County Jail.

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