Gouldsboro Police Log Week of Oct. 11



GOULDSBORO — On Aug. 30, a South Gouldsboro resident reported that a neighbor had hired a contractor who cut trees on the complainant’s property.

As a result of an investigation, police on Sept. 27 charged Karen Brown, 64, of White Plains, N.Y., with criminal trespass and criminal mischief.

Arrest

On Sept. 26, police arrested Christine Boyd-Waxer, 51, at a residence on the Rogers Point Road in Steuben on a warrant for failure to appear in court.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office assisted.

Summonses

As the result of a Sept. 27 traffic stop on Main Street, Kyle Knowles, 27, of Gouldsboro was summoned on charges of operating after suspension and failure to provide proof of insurance.

Following a Sept. 28 traffic stop on South Gouldsboro Road, Joseph Lamoureaux, 22, of Winter Harbor was summoned on a charge of operating with a driver’s license expired for more than 90 days.

As the result of an Oct. 4 traffic stop for speeding 40 miles per hour in a 25-mph zone, Thomas Walsh, 69, of Gouldsboro was charged with failure to register a motor vehicle for more than 30 days.

On Oct. 5, David Lee Robenolt, 28, of Lamoine was summoned on a charge of operating without a license as the result of a traffic stop on Route 1.

Barking dog

On Sept. 25, police received a report of a barking dog in violation of the town’s barking dog ordinance on the Pond Road. An officer spoke with the dog’s owner about the dog disturbing the peace.

Maxwell Hauptman

Maxwell Hauptman

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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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