Ellsworth Police Log Week of May 3



ELLSWORTH — A resident on Green Lake found a bullet hole in a Plexiglas window on his front deck April 27.

Police determined that “the bullet was most likely fired from across the lake,” according to a report. Police have yet to identify a suspect.

Increased daylight prompts dispute

Officers responded to a complaint of a domestic dispute on Oak Street on April 29.

The argument turned out to be “over whether or not to turn the lights on, as it was not dark outside yet,” according to a report of the incident. “The parties were separated for the evening.”

Disciplinary situation

Police received a report on April 28 of a person in a black truck “pushing somebody into the back seat as they were trying to get out” in a parking lot on High Street.

The person who notified police told officers she believed it was “a young teenager maybe being disciplined,” according to a report.

Officers were unable to locate the truck.

Thefts and other losses

Daniel Savoy, 61, of Sullivan was charged with theft on April 24 after an investigation into an incident that occurred in January in which Savoy allegedly stole $3 worth of food from Hannaford.

On April 27, a local resident reported that $1,200 worth of gift cards were stolen from his girlfriend’s vehicle “between April 14 and April 16,” according to a police report of the incident.

Police are investigating a theft of a $28 “pet item” from a local pet store that occurred on April 27, according to a report of the incident.

Arrests

Lynn Burnett, 61, of Hampden was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of Schedule W drugs and violation of conditions of release following a traffic stop on April 26.

Mustafa Al Shuwaili, 25, of Ellsworth was arrested on a charge of violation of conditions of release following an incident on the Surry Road on April 24.

Randolph Garland, 53, of Lamoine was arrested on April 24 on a warrant alleging unpaid restitution.

An officer checking on a stranded motorist on April 28 arrested Cody Taylor, 30, of Blue Hill on a warrant for failure to appear on a charge relating to a fish and game violation, according to a report of the incident.

Summonses

Justin Dexter, 30, of Bucksport was charged with operating beyond license restrictions following a traffic stop on April 20.

Alexandra McComiskey, 27, of Eastbrook was charged with theft and violation of bail following an investigation into an incident that occurred at Marden’s on April 18.

In that incident, “a couple took a pair of child’s shoes” worth $22.14 without paying for them, according to a police report.

No one else was charged in the incident.

A 16-year-old girl from Hancock was charged with theft after an investigation into an incident that occurred on April 19 in which she allegedly stole $370 in cash from another girl.

Catherine M. Gillis, 59, of Pennsylvania was charged with theft and criminal trespassing after she allegedly stole $10 worth of beer from Hannaford, fled to a nearby hotel and refused to leave the hotel “after being told to do so several times,” according to a report of the incident, which occurred on April 26.

Joseph Carrillo, 28, of Ellsworth was charged with criminal mischief following an incident that occurred on April 22 on Central Street.

Craig Golden, 33, of Lamoine was charged with operating an unregistered motor vehicle following a traffic stop on March 31.

Speeding tickets

Jeffrey Cohron, 55, of Hancock, 49 mph in a 40-mph-zone on the Downeast Highway on April 18.

James West, 77, of Cherryfield, 48 mph in a 25-mph-zone on the Bucksport Road on April 28.

Michael Biron, 43, of Salisbury Cove, 35 mph in a 25-mph-zone on High Street on April 29.

John Boucar, 30, of Sullivan, 54 mph in a 25-mph-zone on the Bucksport Road on April 29.

Traffic violations

Hanna Johnson, 16, of Hancock was issued a summons for carrying passengers beyond intermediate license restriction following a traffic stop in Ellsworth on April 25.

Kate Cough

Kate Cough

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