Police say fisherman’s death in Portland Harbor was accidental

Portland police said the fisherman who fell into Portland Harbor and died on Jan. 15 had lost his footing as the boat he was aboard docked at the Portland Fish Pier. Police Lt. Robert Martin declined to identify the man, but an obituary posted to the Brunswick-based Brackett funeral home identified him as David Downes, 51, a long-time commercial fisherman who lived in Brunswick. The U.S. Coast Guard said he was aboard the Tara Lynn II. >click to read< 19:30

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.