Gouldsboro Police Log Week of Nov. 8



GOULDSBORO — On Oct. 27, police participated in a drug take-back day along with Winter Harbor Police. Approximately 10 pounds of material was collected.

Traffic accident

On Nov. 3, a Sullivan man struck a tree in the road while driving north on Route 1. The driver was able to continue to his destination but needed to have his vehicle towed afterward.

Ongoing investigation and scams

On Oct. 16, police took a report from a Dyer Lane resident regarding property that was stolen from a residence the complainant had recently moved from. The incident remains under investigation.

On Oct. 22, police responded to a report from a resident on the Corea Road that a credit card had been taken out in the resident’s name. The victim was provided with resources for assistance and the incident was documented.

On Oct. 31, police took a report from an individual about an alleged theft that took place over Instagram.

An officer attempted to speak to the complainant, but it was determined that the person gave a fake address. The complaint was subsequently withdrawn.

Green team

On Oct. 22, police received a complaint about littering on Ridge Road.

Police determined there was a junkyard permit ordinance violation and warned the responsible party to clean up the area.

Maxwell Hauptman

Maxwell Hauptman

Reporter at The Ellsworth American
Maxwell Hauptman has been reporting for The Ellsworth American since 2018. He covers eastern Hancock and western Washington counties and welcomes story tips and ideas. He can be reached at [email protected]

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