Game Warden faces assault charge after incident at Bangor concert venue
One of Maine's game wardens is facing an assault charge after an incident at a Waterfront Concerts show.
41-year-old Jeremy Judd of Mechanic Falls was at the Florida Georgia Line show in Bangor on Thursday.
He was issued a summons by the Bangor Police Department and is scheduled to be in court on August 21st.
Judd is a K-9 handler and has been with the Warden Service since 2001.
A spokesperson for the service says Judd has been placed on administrative leave.
The Warden Service says a personnel investigation will be conducted.
As with any criminal charge involving a Maine law enforcement officer, the charge was reported to the Maine Attorney General’s office.
“We take any allegations of this type of behavior very seriously,” said Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Commissioner Judy Camuso, “Warden Judd is on administrative leave pending completion of an investigation into the charge.”
Police have released no further details about the incident.