Scott Henriques Missing – Scott Henriques, a livestock hauler has been missing since April 14. He was last known to be staying at the Hilton in Bangor, Maine. Henriques has not been in contact with family or friends since late Wednesday early Thursday. He did not also show up to pick up at one stop, his phone is off, and this is believed to be unlike him.
According to some information on social media, Kelle Henriques wrote on Facebook that Scott does not want to be found as he posted on a site and they have seen activity. He is not just calling them. Psychic Medium Joann Pina wrote on Facebook that Scott have been involved in an accident, but he may still be alive.
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Two people have lost their life as a result of an accident that occurred early in the morning in Penobscot County. The occurrence was found to have taken place on Kenduskeag Avenue, which is located between Griffin Road and Broadway. It was just before one in the morning on Saturday when the crash was reported, according to Detective Lieutenant Brent Beaulieu of the Bangor Police Department.
“When the authorities arrived, they found that two automobiles had been in a collision, and both drivers were found to be deceased at the site. There were no other occupants in any of the vehicles. According to the findings of the preliminary inquiry, one of the vehicles crossed the center line, and it is possible that speed was also a factor.
Detectives from the Bangor Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division are presently looking into the crash as part of their investigation. The Maine State Police are currently investigating the crash and trying to piece together what happened. This particular section of the road is known to be on the more congested side and has a limited amount of light provided by the street lamps in the evening.
The names of the drivers have not been made public by the authorities as of yet. The inquiry into the crash is still ongoing.
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