FRYEBURG, Maine (AP)– A former police officer managed to get out of a meeting but it cost him his job.
As reported by the AP, a law enforcement oversight board made the choice to revoke Fryeburg Police Chief Joshua Potvin’s license after it was discovered that he faked a suspicious person report so he could get out of a meeting. This incident took place in February of 2020.
According to officials, Potvin’s phony report was born from a multi-step plan. He texted one of his officers, asking her to call him out of the meeting. He then took his cruiser and drove to the Fryeburg...