Gouldsboro Police Log Week of Nov. 15

GOULDSBORO — On Nov. 8, officers from the Gouldsboro Police Department and the Winter Harbor Police Department responded to the West Bay Road for a reported suicide attempt.

Officers spoke to the person and determined that there had been a verbal dispute and that no further action was necessary.

There were no injuries.

Street sign stolen

On Nov. 7, a resident of Bunker Hill Road reported to police that a street sign valued at $50 had been stolen. The incident remains under investigation.

Suspicious vehicles

On Nov. 6, police received information from a Summer Harbor Road resident concerning a vehicle that the resident considered suspicious. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

Also on Nov. 6, a Gouldsboro resident reported a vehicle driving erratically on the Pond Road. Police did not locate the vehicle.

In a third Nov. 6 incident, a resident of the Corea Road reported suspicious vehicles parked outside a residence on Corea Road. The investigation is continuing.

Crisis averted

On Nov. 13, police conducted a well-being check on an overdue individual on the West Bay Road. The resident was located and determined to be fine; the person had just fallen asleep.

Night hunting

On Nov. 7, police received a report of possible night hunting. The issue was investigated with the help of the Maine Warden Service, and it was determined that no action needed to be taken.

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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