Cops & Courts

  • Hancock County Court

    The following cases were adjudicated, reviewed or continued in Hancock County Court, according to official records: Jessica Jean Evangelista, 44, Tremont. Tampering with witness, informant, juror or victim at Tremont, Aug. 13, 2018. Dismissed. Harassment by telephone at Tremont, Aug. 13, 2018. Unconditional discharge. Criminal mischief at Tremont, Aug. 7, 2018. Heather M. Mcintire, 34,

  • Winter Harbor Police Log Week of June 10

    Winter Harbor Police Log Week of June 10

    Mystery crash investigated WINTER HARBOR — Officer Ken Schuurman received a report on May 28 that a telephone pole near the town office had been struck. Police recovered video footage of the incident and are investigating. Vehicle issues While on patrol May 25, Schuurman stopped a vehicle towing a trailer with a blown tire. Schuurman

  • Bucksport Police Log Week of June 10

    Bucksport Police Log Week of June 10

    Traffic stop leads to arrest BUCKSPORT — A traffic stop on Route 1 early Sunday morning led to the arrest of the operator and his passenger, Deputy Police Chief David Winchester said. Officer Ryan Welch arrested Justin Fulcher, 45, of Orland on a charge of operating after revocation. Fulcher’s passenger, Sue-Ellen Smith, 41, of Bangor,

  • Ellsworth Police Log Week of June 10

    Ellsworth Police Log Week of June 10

    Police called over intoxication reports ELLSWORTH — Police were called three times in the past week over reports of intoxicated men. Each response netted different results. On June 7, Officer Zackery Kline responded to a High Street restaurant for a report of a drunken man. Employees told police that the man, who left before the

  • Hancock County Jail Log Week of June 10

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between May 25 and June 1: Michael A. Grant, 31, Bucksport, domestic violence assault, disorderly conduct. Rene J. Amarillas, 48, Bar Harbor, possession of sexually explicit material. Joshua W. Gross, 46, Belfast, violating conditions of release. Nicholas S. Barnes, 26, Michigan City, Ill., warrant

  • Maine State Police Log Week of June 10

    Maine State Police Log Week of June 10

    Tools stolen in Franklin ELLSWORTH — The Maine State Police are investigating a theft of tools from a garage in Franklin. The incident was reported Friday. Accidents Troopers say a Franklin man suffered multiple injuries after he was ejected from a car he was driving June 1 on Georges Pond Road in Franklin. Trooper Owen

  • Hancock County Sheriff’s Log Week of June 10

    Hancock County Sheriff’s Log Week of June 10

    One day, two Rte. 3 crashes ELLSWORTH – Hancock County Sheriff’s deputies handled two collisions involving injury on Route 3 in Trenton on Saturday. A motorcyclist was injured after his 2002 Harley Davidson ran into the back of a Chevrolet Traverse, which had been stopped in traffic, Deputy Brian Archer reported.  The motorcyclist, Colby Libby,

  • Ellsworth Police Log Week of June 3

    Ellsworth Police Log Week of June 3

    Four charged with underage drinking ELLSWORTH — Officers conducting an underage drinking detail on May 29 found a 17-year-old Bar Harbor girl and an 18-year-old man who had been drinking alcohol. The 17-year-old was released to a parent, after receiving a summons to appear in court for illegal possession of alcohol by a minor. Garret

  • Maine State Police Log Week of June 3

    Maine State Police Log Week of June 3

    Calais peeper eludes officers’ prying eyes ELLSWORTH — Maine State Police Trooper Kim Sawyer and Washington County Deputy Sheriff Bill White searched for a man who was allegedly peeking in windows around Mahar Street in Calais Friday but were unable to find him. Fraud Sawyer received a report from someone in Charlotte May 24 that

  • Hancock County Sheriff’s Log Week of June 3

    Otis break-in under investigation ELLSWORTH — Hancock County Sheriff’s Deputy Marcus Downes is investigating a burglary at an Otis residence that was reported Sunday.  “Upon further investigation, there was forced entry but there did not appear to be anything taken,” Downes said. “Investigation continues.” Accidents A pickup truck rear-ended another truck that had stopped in

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