Ellsworth Police log week of Sept. 5



ELLSWORTH — Officer Adam Bouchard charged a Massachusetts man who allegedly had been driving while impaired Saturday.

Timothy D. Plumley, 37, of Westfield, Mass., was arrested on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. Plumley was taken to the Hancock County Jail.

Theft

Bouchard is investigating a case of stolen property from a local business. The theft was reported Saturday.

Officer Steve Mahon also is investigating a theft that was reported Monday.

Unattended death

Police investigated the death of a woman who was found unresponsive Aug. 28. The woman had been suffering from numerous illnesses, police said. Nothing suspicious is suspected.

Arrests

Officer Jeffrey Hall arrested David Renwick, 37, of Gouldsboro Saturday on a warrant charging failure to appear.

Sgt. Jon Mahon arrested Maiah A. Reilich-Godino, 18, of Eddington on a charge of operating after suspension Saturday.

Officer John Stanley arrested Michael Brimhall, 33, of Ellsworth on a charge of operating after suspension Saturday.

Brooklyn Fowler, 18, of Blue Hill was arrested on Aug. 26 on a theft charge following a complaint from a local business.

Eric Parkin, 46, of Milbridge was arrested on Aug. 27 on four outstanding warrants following a traffic stop.

Summonses

Mahon summoned Darren Friend, 49, of Starks on a charge of operating after suspension Friday.

Kenneth Stilwell, 38, of Otis was charged with operating after suspension following a traffic stop on Aug. 25.

On Aug. 30, two local residents, Joshua Cobb, 31, and Jonas Mitchell, 23, were charged after police conducted a bail check on their residence. Cobb was charged with violation of conditions of release and unlawful possession of a Schedule Z drug. Mitchell was charged with possession of a hypodermic apparatus.

Vandalism

Officer Steve Mahon is investigating a vandalism complaint filed Sunday.

Traffic problem

Bouchard encountered a camper parked on the side of a roadway with someone sleeping in it Sunday and had the camper move elsewhere.

Citizen outreach

School Resource Officer Amie Torrey spoke to a group of day camp students at Hancock County Technical Center Aug. 22 about how to take fingerprints. The students fingerprinted each other and had a set of prints to take home to their parents, Torrey said.

Reporter Kate Cough contributed to this report.

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