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.
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.
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.
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.