Maine man, 48, detained for assault

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Somerset County, Maine Officials: man has been taken into custody, charged for assault.

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Somerset County, ME

According to reports obtained by Northeast Blotter on May 24, 2017, local law enforcement near the Somerset County, ME area have arrested Terry Addison Davis.

Mr. Davis was detained May 22, 2017, after having been booked for assault. No information regarding the exact release date of this individual appears to have been published.

Davis, DOB 1968-07-14, was described as a man of 48 years age with brown eyes. When booked, he weighed 240 lbs and stood 6' 4" tall.

The news video above describes all of the case details Northeast Blotter has obtained. For more information, please contact the Somerset County Sheriff's Office at (207) 474-9591.

Click here to view official charges.

Disclaimer: Northeastblotter.com makes no claims of guarantee surrounding the accuracy of these alleged facts. We do our best to ensure the integrity of our data is consistent as reported by our sources. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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