GOULDSBORO — On Jan. 24, police investigated the unattended death of a 51-year-old Corea woman.
The body was transported to the Maine Medical Examiner’s Office to determine the cause of death.
Police said the death was not deemed suspicious and appeared to be the result of natural causes.
As the result of a Jan. 26 traffic stop on the Pond Road for expired and suspended registration, Christine Boyd-Waxer, 51, of Steuben was charged with operating with a suspended registration, failure to register a motor vehicle for 30-150 days and failure to provide proof of insurance.
During a Jan. 30 traffic stop on Bartlett Hill Road for failure to display a front registration plate, Eric Edwards, 23, of Gouldsboro was charged with operating after suspension, failure to display a valid inspection certificate, and failure to provide evidence of liability insurance.
On Jan. 29, a resident of Society Road reported jewelry stolen by a former caretaker. The investigation is ongoing.
On Jan. 28, police investigated a dog bite that had taken place on Main Street. An officer made contact with the dog’s owner, who was served with a 10-day quarantine notice for the dog.
On Jan. 28, a Gouldsboro resident reported a cat nuisance problem. Police provided the resident with resources to resolve the issue.
On Jan. 30, police attempted to contact a Rice Road resident who was keeping an unlicensed dog. The dog’s owner was warned.