CALAIS, Maine (WABI) – A former Calais police officer accused of giving drugs to a minor has been sentenced to four years in prison.
The Attorney General’s office tells us 55-year-old Jeffrey Bishop of Cherryfield was sentenced on 14 counts, including aggravated furnishing, stealing drugs, and receiving stolen property.
Court documents say in February 2021, a high school basketball coach found hydrocodone pills and fentanyl powder on a 17-year-old student, intended for a relative of the minor.
Records say Bishop stole drugs from Calais PD, as well as 16 guns found at his home.
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