Gouldsboro Police: Marijuana Plants Found Near Sunrise Trail



GOULDSBORO — Police found and removed nearly 50 marijuana plants growing near the Sunrise Trail in Gouldsboro.

Sgt. Jim Malloy said the department was assisted in the confiscation by the Maine Warden Service and Milbridge police.

Domestic Arrest

Donald Robinson, 31, of Gouldsboro was charged with disorderly conduct Sept. 15 and taken to Hancock County Jail, police said.

Police said Robinson appeared to be inebriated and was charged with breaking several windows in a family member’s Subaru.

Bad Fall

Police received a call Sept. 23 from a Crowley Island homeowner whose spouse had fallen and may have cracked some ribs.

Police said they alerted the first responders and County Ambulance.

Animal Calls

A South Gouldsboro man told police Sept. 17 that there was a seagull in his yard that seemed unable to fly.

Police said by the time they arrived the bird had flown away.

A West Bay Road man complained Sept. 22 that his neighbor’s dog was after his horses and other animals, police said.

Police received a call Sept. 18 from someone complaining that a pit bull was running loose. Police said they were unable to find the animal.

A West Bay Road woman Sept. 17 alerted police that she caught a stray cat and placed it in a carrier provided by police.

Police said they took the cat to the Small Animal Clinic in Ellsworth.

Gas Drive-off

A light brown Subaru drove away from Young’s Market Sept. 18 without paying for $25 in gasoline, police said.

Police said the license plate was traced to a man in Salem, Mass.

No Gas

Police Sept. 14 obtained gasoline from Young’s Market after a woman ran out of gas on Route 1, police said.

911 Hang-up

Police responded to a 911 hang-up call Sept. 14 and were told by the homeowner her husband is suffering from dementia and dialed the number incorrectly, police said.

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Jacqueline Weaver

Jacqueline Weaver

Reporter at The Ellsworth American
Jacqueline's beat covers the eastern Hancock County towns of Lamoine through Gouldsboro as well as Steuben in Washington County. She was a reporter for the New York Times, United Press International and Reuters before moving to Maine. She also publicized medical research at Yale School of Medicine and scientific findings at Yale University for nine years.[email protected]
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