Maine Game Wardens Continue Search for Missing 15-Year-Old Boy
The search continues today for missing teen Jaden Dremsa. The 15-year old was last seen Thursday (May 8) afternoon near his family’s home in the Twin Pines Trailer Park in North Waterboro.
Maine Game Wardens and volunteers are focusing on Lake Arrowhead. Sunday (May 11) they opened up Ledgemere Dam to start lowering the lake. That could help with their search.
Lt. Kevin Adam with The Maine Warden Service told the Bangor Daily News:
It’s frustrating for us, frustrating for the searchers, frustrating for the family. We’re all looking for clues just not a lot that lead anywhere.
This lake has some unique geographic things in it. It’s not like a typical lake where we can easily get sonar or divers into. That’s why we’re hoping the lowering helps us out. I don’t usually do this unless I have to.
Wardens say they still have hope that Dremsa will be found alive and well. He is 5-foot-9 and weighs about 140 pounds with shoulder-length brown hair and blue eyes.
A command center has been set up at Lakeside Community Center in North Waterboro.