The Aroostook County Sheriff's Office responded to a report on July 3 from Terry White of Easton that his white 2012 Freightliner tractor-trailer truck (pictured here) had been stolen, without a trailer attached. Police said they later determined that the theft was committed by Jessie White, 39, and Darcy Webber, 33, both of Easton. The truck was recovered after it got stuck on railroad tracks in Ashland and police issued arrest warrants for both White and Webber, who initially escaped capture but have since been apprehended. Credit: Courtesy of Aroostook County Sheriff's Office | Star-Herald

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — The second of two suspects accused of stealing a tractor trailer and other motor vehicles in Down East and northern Maine was arrested Friday at an apartment in Presque Isle.

Presque Isle Deputy Police Chief Laurie Kelly said officers arrested Darcy Webber, 33, at an Allen Street apartment Friday on an arrest warrant for allegedly stealing a tractor trailer in Easton Tuesday, July 3.

Webber and 39-year-old Jessie White, both of Easton, are the main suspects in a string of motor vehicle thefts spanning Aroostook and Washington counties.

Deputies with the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office arrested White Thursday, July 5, while he was walking on Carvell Road in Mapleton not long after he had been sighted in a pickup truck allegedly stolen from a motel in Milbridge.

The search for the two suspects began July 3 when Terry White of Easton reported his 2012 Freightliner truck missing. (Police did not indicate whether the Whites are related.)

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