Gouldsboro Police Log Week of Aug. 16



GOULDSBORO — As a result of an Aug. 8 traffic stop on East Schoodic Drive in Birch Harbor, Eben Moss, 34, of Fryeburg was arrested on a warrant for violating conditions of release and possession of a suspended driver’s license.

Moss had previously been summoned in Birch Harbor on July 28 on a charge of operating after suspension. An arrest warrant was issued on July 31 after officers learned of a potential bail violation.

Arrests

On July 26, April Jones, 37, of Gouldsboro was arrested off the Pond Road for four active warrants and on a charge of violating conditions of release.

Lisa Gibson, 45, of Steuben was arrested following a traffic stop on Aug. 1 for a warrant charging her with failure to appear.

Summonses and traffic violations

On July 27, Misty Walker, 53, of Gouldsboro was summoned on West Bay Road on a charge of criminal trespassing as the result of an ongoing complaint in the area.

Jeremy Holmes, 22, of Gouldsboro was summoned on July 28 on a charge of attaching false plates and permitting display of false registration validation.

On Aug. 2, Ashley Camacho, 22, of Harrington was issued a traffic citation as the result of a traffic stop for speeding on Main Street in Gouldsboro.

Steven Hemeon, 49, of Ipswich, Mass., was summoned on a charge of operating without a license as the result of an Aug. 10 traffic stop on Main Street in Prospect Harbor.

On Aug. 11, Connor Rossi, 19, of Milbridge was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant and illegal transportation of liquor by a minor on the South End Road on Gouldsboro.

Hanna Etter, 20, and Ryan Dee, 20, both of Westbrook, were each summoned on a charge of consumption of alcohol by a minor Aug. 12 as the result of a traffic stop on South Gouldsboro Road.

Collision

On Aug. 11, a pickup truck traveling north on the Corea Road struck a yard, resulting in a blown tire and disabling undercarriage damage. The occupants of the vehicle, which was later towed, fled the scene. The investigation is ongoing.

Animal issues

On July 31, a Gouldsboro police officer spoke with a complainant regarding goats trespassing on the complainant’s property on Old Route 1.

The officer spoke with the owner of the goats, who agreed to keep them maintained.

On Aug. 7, a dog was located on Route 1 and turned over to the Gouldsboro Police Department. The dog was later dropped off at the Small Animal Clinic.

Maxwell Hauptman

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