GOULDSBORO — After stopping a vehicle for speeding June 14 on Gouldsboro Point Road, police in Gouldsboro launched an investigation that led to a local man being charged with a drug offense.
Eric Edwards of Gouldsboro was charged with two aggravated counts of furnishing Class C scheduled drugs. He had allegedly provided marijuana to two girls.
Ellsworth resident Michael Smith, 24, was arrested on a charge of operating after habitual offender revocation following a June 12 traffic stop on South Gouldsboro Road. Smith also received a summons on a charge of failure to provide evidence of liability insurance.
An Ashville Road resident reported harassment June 13. After it had been determined that the incident in question occurred in Sullivan, an officer forwarded the complaint to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office.
Nothing to see here
On June 13, a resident on Gouldsboro’s Peninsula Road reported suspicious activity. When an officer came to patrol the area, he did not notice anything that was out of the ordinary.
In a separate incident, officers responded June 15 to a possible 911 hang-up call on Prospect Point Road. After patrolling the area, an officer determined the call had come from the Maine Fair Trade Lobster Plant. After checking in on activity at the plant, the officer did not find any emergencies.
Two women from New Hampshire were warned June 15 for trespassing on the site of the old U.S. Navy base on Corea Road in Gouldsboro.
Alcohol and fire don’t mix
A Gouldsboro officer assisted Maine State Police on Saturday with an intoxicated man who had started a fire. After the Fire Department arrived and extinguished the fire, the man received a warning for disorderly conduct. The incident took place on Morancy Road in Sullivan.
On Sunday, a resident on Gouldsboro Point Road called police to report that some youths had vandalized his mailbox. After locating the youths in question, an officer issued a warning.
Gouldsboro resident Jordan Pung, 23, was summonsed Monday on a charge of having an expired registration of 30-150 days. The charge resulted from a South Gouldsboro Road traffic stop.
Winter Harbor resident Kelsey Bubier, 26, was arrested Tuesday on a theft warrant. She had been seen pulling into a business on Birch Harbor’s East Schoodic Drive.
Odds and ends
An officer was requested as an escort during the delivery of eviction papers June 12 on Pond Road. Another officer inspected a dog kennel on Route 1 the following day.