Wanted man surrenders in Buxton


Vincent M. Cole

BUXTON — A Hollis man wanted on warrants by state and county law enforcement agencies surrendered to Buxton Police at 8:25 a.m. on May 9.

Vincent M. Cole, 27, surrendered to Buxton’s Officer Hunter Smith at 35 No Such Road in Buxton, according to a press release from Buxton Police Chief Troy Cline. Cole was wanted by the Maine State Police and York County Sheriff’s Department on multiple charges.

Cole was wanted by state police on a warrant with a charge of two counts of violation of conditions of release.

Cole had two outstandings warrants from the York County Sheriff’s Department on charges that included elevated aggravated assault, aggravated assault, two counts of criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, three counts of assault, criminal mischief, driving to endanger, violation of conditions of release, and failure to stop for police officer.

One sheriff’s department warrant listed bail at $50,000 cash.

“The Buxton Police Department is also investigating an incident involving Cole and another male subject at Plummer’s Citgo on May 2 at 8:50 p.m., the press release said.” Cole allegedly assaulted the other male at that time.”

Searching for Cole, Buxton, Scaborough and state police had responded to 35 No Such Road in the early evening hours on May 8 in an attempt to locate him.

The press release said Cole was to be taken after processing to York County Jail pending bail.