Gouldsboro Police Log: Reported fisherman fight proves to be false alarm

GOULDSBORO — Police responded to a call from the Bangor Public Safety Department April 10 about a fight among elver fishermen at a stream off Main Street in Prospect Harbor.

The Marine Patrol requested backup from Gouldsboro police, which said the fight turned out to be unfounded.

Juvenile summoned

A 17-year-old on Guzzle Road was summoned April 9 for state police, police said.

Protection order

Police assisted a resident on Route 1 who requested an officer at the scene of a dispute involving a temporary protection from abuse order.

Police said one person involved in the issue was provided advice on how to resolve the problem.

Car-deer collision

Brandon Stanwood, 22, of Steuben struck a deer April 9 near the intersection of Route 1 and the Clinic Road, police said.

Police said the car was operable, but sustained $2,800 in damage to its front.


Police responded to a complaint from the Gouldsboro Fire Department April 14 that a vehicle cut a fire truck off and did not yield right of way when the truck was responding to a call.

Police said they were unable to locate the vehicle.

Police were out of position and unable to respond to a complaint April 14 that a mail delivery truck was driving on the opposite side of the road while delivering mail on the South Gouldsboro Road heading toward Route 1.

Gas leak

Gouldsboro police were asked to respond April 9 to a gas leak complaint on Route 1, but the complaint was unfounded.

Police on April 9 assisted the Gouldsboro Fire Department with a medical call on Route 1.

False alarms

Police responded to a false burglar alarm April 8 on Schiefflin Point Road, on Corea Road on April 15 and, on the same day, on Justin’s Lane.

911 calls

A 911 call pinged off the South Gouldsboro Road tower April 9, but efforts to reach the caller were futile, police said.

A Gouldsboro woman dialed 911 on April 9, but then told police it was an accidental dial.

An employee at the Gouldsboro Clinic accidentally dialed 911 on April 11, police said.

Jacqueline Weaver

Jacqueline Weaver

Reporter at The Ellsworth American
Jacqueline's beat covers the eastern Hancock County towns of Lamoine through Gouldsboro as well as Steuben in Washington County. She was a reporter for the New York Times, United Press International and Reuters before moving to Maine. She also publicized medical research at Yale School of Medicine and scientific findings at Yale University for nine years.[email protected]
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