Gouldsboro Police Log Week of Jan. 17

GOULDSBORO — On Jan. 7, police received a complaint from Young’s Market about a bounced check in the amount of $103.70.

On that same day, police also received a complaint from the market about another bounced check in the amount of $95.29.

The investigation is ongoing.


On Jan. 2, police received a report from the caretaker of a property on Harbor Road. The caretaker reported that firewood valued at approximately $300 had been stolen. The investigation is continuing.

Traffic citation

As a result of a Dec. 22 traffic stop on Route 1, Richard Loiselle, 46, of Steuben was charged with attaching false plates and failure to provide registration certificate.


On Dec. 20, police received a complaint of threatening between co-workers at Maine Fair Trade Lobster. The incident is under investigation and charges are possible.

Tired driver

On Dec. 15, police received a complaint of a vehicle in Sullivan traveling toward Gouldsboro and driving erratically.

Police subsequently stopped the vehicle. The driver said she had fallen asleep at the wheel and woke up driving in the wrong lane. She then pulled over for a quick nap and to eat. No charges were filed.

Community outreach

On Dec. 14, police officers participated in the Peninsula School Mitten Tree program. Officers handed out mittens and hats to children.

On Dec. 17, police assisted the Acadia Women’s Group and the Peninsula School in handing out Christmas gifts to families in Gouldsboro, Steuben and Sullivan.

Dog at large

On Jan. 10, police were dispatched to a report of an at-large dog on the Corea Road. The dog was gone when the officer arrived.

Maxwell Hauptman

Maxwell Hauptman

Reporter at The Ellsworth American
Maxwell Hauptman joined The Ellsworth American as a reporter in 2018. He can be reached at [email protected]
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