Gouldsboro Police Log Week of May 11



GOULDSBORO — A South Gouldsboro Road resident called police May 4 to complain that there was a rooster on her front lawn that wouldn’t leave.

Police said they were not able to locate the bird owner and referred the woman to the animal division of the state Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

Arrest

Timothy Davis, 60, of Winter Harbor was arrested on Hillcrest Drive in Winter Harbor May 3.

Davis was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant and operating a motor vehicle after license suspension, police said.

Speeding ticket

Timothy McLean, 46, of Steuben was summoned on a speeding charge April 27 for driving 20 to 24 miles over the speed limit, police said.

Police said MacLean was summoned following a traffic stop on Route 1.

Insurance proof

Roberta Rolfe, 49, of Hancock was summoned April 27 on a charge of failure to provide proof of insurance, police said.

Police said Rolfe was stopped on South Gouldsboro Road.

Vandalism

Police are investigating vandalism at a property on Corea Road.

Police said the incident occurred on April 24.

Park and other accidents

Acadia National Park rangers asked local police May 5 to respond to a single-car accident on the Schoodic Loop Road.

Police said the occupant suffered minor injuries.

Two vehicles collided May 6 at the intersection of West Bay Road and the Corea Road, police said.

Police said a sport utility vehicle entering West Bay Road from Corea Road was struck by a small truck traveling down West Bay Road from Route 1.

Deer collision

A Toyota crossover sustained damage to the front driver side corner May 4 after colliding with a deer on the Corea Road, police said.

Police said none of the occupants in the vehicle was injured and the deer died at the scene.

Police on May 8 assisted a motorist who found a dead deer on Route 1.

Police said they helped the man load the deer and issued the driver a deer tag.

Dog assist

Police April 24 helped a resident on Route 1 who was looking for three lost dogs.

Trespass complaint

Police took a complaint on West Bay Road April 27 from a resident about a trespassing issue.

Police said the complainant was referred to the civil eviction process.

Dog roaming

Allan Church, 32, of Gouldsboro was summoned May 2 on charges of allowing a dog to roam at large and failure to register a dog, police said.

Police said they issued the summonses following an animal complaint lodged on Route 1.

An East Schoodic Drive resident reported dogs at large May 4, police said.

Police said the dog owner was located and warned about letting the animals run free.

Domestic question

Police said they provided information and resources May 2 to a person seeking advice from police about a domestic issue.

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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