Gouldsboro Police Log Week of Nov. 16



GOULDSBORO — A Milbridge woman who had been staying at a home on West Bay Road was arrested on multiple charges Nov. 8.

The home’s owner had contacted police to have the woman removed because she possessed drug paraphernalia.

After an investigation, police arrested Danielle Pinkham, 38, and charged her with unlawful possession of a Schedule Y drug, obstructing government administration and sale and use of drug paraphernalia.

Pinkham was transported to Hancock County Jail. Winter Harbor police assisted in the arrest, according to police reports.

Harassment

An officer spoke with a Gouldsboro resident on Nov. 9 about someone who was threatening and harassing the resident at their workplace in another town. The resident had already reported the issue to another agency and just wished to have the issue documented.

Tickets

Fred Johnson, 66 of Steuben, was summonsed on a charge of operating with an expired registration between 30 and 150 days. The charge followed a property damage crash with a deer on Rt. 1.

Firearms

On Nov. 8, an officer took a report that a firearm worth $300 was stolen from a residence. The case is under investigation.

Erratic driving

On Nov. 7, an officer took an erratic driving complaint about a car on Rt. 1, and tracked down the vehicle in question. The driver was warned for the behavior.

Sex offender administration

On Nov. 9, an officer fingerprinted an individual for the sex offender registry.

False alarm

On Nov. 9, an officer responded to Lighthouse Point Road for a residential alarm, and determined there was no emergency.

Jack Dodson has worked for The Ellsworth American since mid-2017, and covers eastern Hancock and western Washington counties. He grew up in the Mid-coast region before living in New York City for five years, where he freelanced in documentary filmmaking and journalism. He is particularly interested in criminal justice, environment and immigration reporting.