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These photos show victims of the Maine Shooting, Top from left, Ronald G. Morin, Peyton Brewer-Ross, Joshua A. Seal, Bryan M. MacFarlane, Joseph Lawrence Walker, Arthur Fred Strout. Second row from left, Maxx A. Hathaway, Stephen M. Vozzella, Thomas Ryan Conrad, Michael R. Deslauiers II, Jason Adam, Tricia C. Asselin. Third Row from left, William A. Young, Aaron Young, Robert E. Violette and Lucille M. Violette, William Frank, Keith D. Macneir. Credit: Courtesy of the Maine Department of Public Safety / AP
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Official Maine State Police Timeline

Wednesday, Oct. 25

6:56 p.m.

First 9-1-1 reports of active shooter at Just In Time bowling alley in Lewiston. The first local officers arrive on scene minutes later but after Card has already left.

7:08 p.m.

Reports of active shooter at Schemengees Bar & Grille in Lewiston

9:20 p.m.

Robert R. Card II is identified as the suspected gunman and police are provided with his vehicle information

10:01 p.m.

A perimeter is established around Card’s home in Bowdoin

10:08 p.m.

Card’s white Subaru is located near a boat launch in Lisbon

10:23 p.m.

State police tactical teams arrive at the boat launch to find 30 to 40 police officers surrounding the car and their cruisers filling the parking lot

10:37 p.m.

Tactical team confirms Card is not in the vehicle and report a rifle and magazines are observed inside

10:52 p.m.

Reports received of loud noises at a local farm, later cleared after tactical response

Thursday, Oct. 26

1:10 a.m.

Tactical teams search Lisbon family also owned by Card family

8 a.m.

Tactical teams are assigned to search the woods north of the boat landing with K9s, serve a search warrant in Bowdoin and investigate a tip at a residence in Monmouth

12:30 p.m.

Tactical teams are assigned to search the main building of Maine Recycling (Card’s former place of employment) and search the trail south of the boat launch, which leads toward Maine Recycling

12:30 p.m.

Teams also clear a residence in Brunswick and conduct a consent search of a Brunswick residence

Friday, Oct. 27

2:45 a.m.

Tactical teams search and clear gravel pit in Lisbon as well as an apartment in Lewiston based on tips

8 a.m.

Teams are assigned to search woods in Bowdoin, two residences in Monmouth, a shooting range/pit is Lisbon Falls, area around Brookfield dam in Brunswick, and respond to gunshot reports in three locations in Lisbon

8 a.m.

State police and Warden Service dive teams begin search of the Androscoggin River near the Lisbon boat launch while other search the riverbanks

12:30 p.m.

Teams also clear a residence in Brunswick and conduct a consent search of a Brunswick residence

7:45 p.m.

Card’s body is found by tactical teams in trailer in a Maine Recycling overflow lot after the business owner asks whether police had searched the site

8:10 p.m.

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner identifies Card based on a photo comparison and authorizes the public release of his death


Letter: Recent front page articles

“Thank you for your gutsy front page publications of articles on Nov. 24 by James Bandler and Doris Burke from ProPublica and Bangor Daily News reporter Billy Kobin on Nov. 25-26.”

Letter: Learning from Lewiston

“Making these weapons illegal, except for law enforcement and the military, is an important first step in helping make us feel safe again.”


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