Honorable Transport of Deputy Luke Gross to Mount Hope Cemetery Sunday September 26th
The Hancock County Sheriff Department has released the following details for the honorable transport of the remains of Deputy Luke Gross from Bucksport to the Mount Hope Cemetery in Bangor on Sunday morning, September 26th.
- The procession will depart promptly at 0900 hours from the Mitchell and Tweedie Funeral Home located at 28 Elm Street in Bucksport
- Turn right onto Franklin Street.
- From Franklin Street, the procession will turn left onto Central Street which turns into Bucksmills Road.
- For 4.2 miles, a slow convoy will proceed on the Bucksmills Road.
- From there, the procession will turn left onto Turkey Path.
- The procession will continue to the end of Turkey Path where they will turn left onto the Jacob Buck Pond Road.
- The procession will then continue on the Jacob Buck Pond Road to the stop sign
- A right hand turn will be made onto Millvale Road
- Then a right hand turn onto Route 15.
- The procession will continue on Route 15 to until turning right on I-395 westbound then another right at Exit 1B to I-95 northbound.
- The procession will continue northbound on I-95 to Exit 187 (Hogan Road).
- The procession will turn right onto Hogan Road
- Turning left onto State Street (Route 2).
- The procession will then turn left into Mt. Hope Cemetery (1048 State Street, Bangor) for an arrival time of 1000hrs.
Public safety agencies participating in the procession are directed to park in the Congregational Church parking lot on Franklin Street in Bucksport no later then 0810hrs.
Public safety agencies are also welcome to line the roadways and overpasses along the travel route where allowed.
Funeral arrangements for Deputy Gross are being finalized and will be forthcoming.
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Motorcade Transporting Hancock County Sheriff Luke Gross from Trenton to Augusta
Over 50 law enforcement vehicles escorted the body of Hancock County Sheriff Luke Gross from Trenton to Augusta this morning. These photos were taken in North Ellsworth at the former Annie's Pride location.