http://pressherald.mainetoday.com/story.php?id=144226&ac=PHnws Officer shoots himself in foot during raid; 2 people arrested From staff reports October 31, 2007 A member of a Portland police tactical unit accidentally shot himself during a raid on a High Street apartment late Tuesday. The officer, whose name was not released, was hit in the foot by a round from his M-16 around 8:45 p.m., while 10 members of the department's special-reaction team made their way up a sidewalk. Police were investigating and had not determined whether the officer accidentally pulled the trigger or his gun malfunctioned, said Capt. Ted Ross. Ross said officers shut down a section of the street after the gun went off. The raid continued while two team members, one a paramedic, assisted the wounded officer, who was taken to Maine Medical Center. Police arrested Scot Stolkner, 34, of Portland, on warrants for violating conditions of release, carrying a concealed weapon and two thefts, Ross said. They also arrested Kayla Russo, 21, of Portland, and charged her with heroin possession. Police sent the team because they believed Stolkner, who pleaded guilty to heroin trafficking in 2005, might pose a danger, Ross said. Both Stolkner and Russo were cooperative during the arrests, he said.