GOULDSBORO — On Nov. 24, police received an anonymous complaint about underage drinking at a party on Main Street.
After an investigation, the following four individuals were charged with being minors consuming liquor: Audrae Kelton, 18, of Ellsworth; Devin Ledoux, 20, of Ellsworth; Cyrus Pickard, 19, of Hancock and Cyleigh St. Savior, 18, of Ellsworth.
Police also charged two 16 year-olds from Gouldsboro, a 17-year-old from Ellsworth and a 17-year-old from Franklin with minor consuming liquor.
The investigation is ongoing and more charges are likely, police said.
On Nov. 19, police received a report of criminal mischief and trespassing on the Prospect Point Road. The information was documented and the Maine Warden Service was notified.
On Nov. 24, police located a vehicle that was trespassing on posted property on Corea Road.
As a result of the investigation, James Worcester, 21, of Sullivan was charged with criminal trespass.
A 17-year-old from Gouldsboro also was charged with criminal trespass and trespass by motor vehicle.
On Nov. 20, police responded to a report of a vehicle striking a telephone pole on the West Bay Road.
A 2012 Toyota Rav 4 driven by Hannah Miller, 26, of Winter Harbor was heading north when it struck and severed the pole.
The vehicle sustained disabling front-end damage and was towed from the scene. One occupant was transported to Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital in Ellsworth for minor injuries.
The Gouldsboro and Winter Harbor Fire Department and the Schoodic Peninsula Ambulance Service assisted.
On Nov. 21, police responded to a vehicle that slid off the southbound lane of Route 1 near the West Bay Road.
There were no injuries, and the vehicle was towed onto the roadway by the Gouldsboro and Winter Harbor Fire Department.
On Nov. 21, police responded to an accident on Route 1. A 2011 Toyota Camry driven by Patricia McLaughlin, 79, of Wayne was traveling north when it left the road and crashed into a ditch, coming to rest in standing water.
The vehicle sustained functional damage to the front center, front passenger side corner and passenger side. The driver was not injured. It was determined that she had fallen asleep at the wheel.
On Nov. 21, police responded to a vehicle that had become stuck after going off the road on the South Gouldsboro Road.
There was minor, non-reportable damage to the vehicle and no injuries.
Police, however, did charge the driver, Corey Skeate, 33, of Winter Harbor, with operating after suspension, failure to provide evidence of liability insurance and failure to notify the secretary of state of an address change.
On Nov. 19, police received a complaint about pigs being on the loose on the Gouldsboro Point Road.
The officer could not locate the rogue swine, but provided advice to the complainant on how to help resolve the issue in the future.