ELLSWORTH — Police arrested a man and woman from Franklin after the woman reportedly bit an officer on the hand and refused to let him into a hotel room to check on a report of an assault, according to a press release.
Officers were dispatched to a local motel on Saturday night after a call that a man had assaulted another man in one of the rooms, Police Chief Glenn Moshier said.
When police arrived, the alleged assaulter’s wife refused to let officers into the room, Moshier said, and then bit one of them on his hand. The officer had gloves on, Moshier said, and the bite did not break the skin.
Police arrested the couple, 37-year-old Elizabeth Davis and her husband, 42-year-old John Davis, Moshier said. The other man in the room was not charged.
Elizabeth was charged with assault and John was charged with disorderly conduct.
Pothole damage reported
On March 16, a man reported to police that a pothole has damaged his vehicle.
Man yelling at cars
Officers were unable to locate a pedestrian reportedly “walking in the roadway yelling at cars” on March 15.
As is routine, officers spent time checking on residents this week, including a student, several residents who needed medical assistance and older residents who participate in the “Friendly Caller” check-in service.
On March 15, police went to the home of one participant who had not called in that morning. They found her to be fine at home but “having phone issues.”
At the request of a corrections officer in Waldo County, police looked in on a Waldo inmate’s sick, elderly mother, who the inmate had been unable to get in touch with.
The woman was found at her home with “no issues.”
Shawn Scott, 44, of Southwest Harbor was arrested on three warrants for failure to appear and violation of bail after police stopped him while driving on March 13.
Scott also was summoned on a charge of possession of a Schedule W drug.
Police summoned a Massachusetts man on an assault charge after a fight was reported at a local sports bar on March 12, according to a police report.
Adam Tenney, 36, was charged with assault.
April Bryant, 31, of Sullivan was summoned on a charge of operating with a license expired for more than 90 days, according to a police report made on March 16.
Bryant also was issued a summons charging her with having an expired motor vehicle registration.
Thefts and other losses
A man reported $5,000 in cash missing from his bedroom on March 16. The man told police the money went missing after there had been workers in his residence, according to a report. Officers are investigating.
Karen Lewis, 51, of Brooksville was summoned on a charge of negotiating a worthless instrument after police received a report on March 13 of a bad check written to a local business.
Police are looking into who may have smashed a window at a local business on March 16, according to a report of the incident.
April Allison, 21, of Bucksport, 65 mph in a 55-mph-zone on Route 1 on March 16.