OLD TOWN, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Old Town police say they are currently working with the District Attorney's office to determine any charges Christopher Julian may face in Maine.
Old Town police had a temporary warrant out for Julian for criminal restraint, but because he was found and arrested in New Hampshire, that temporary arrest warrant did not stand. Instead, Julian was charged with the interference of custody of a child and released.
Temporary arrest warrants are fairly new in Maine, it allows police to automatically enter a person with probable cause for arrest into the National Crime Information Center, for a short period of time. This can give police more time to get an official warrant if needed.
Old Town police said that they were working on getting an official warrant when Cote was found.
Police have suggested to Cote's mother that if she has safety concerns for her daughter -- she should get a restraining order against him.
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