ELLSWORTH — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a Hancock man who is a suspect in a domestic assault case.
Sean Davis, 30, allegedly fled a residence Sunday and allegedly returned on Monday and slashed tires on a vehicle parked at the residence, reported deputies. Police said Davis’ children were in the vehicle when he allegedly slashed the tires.
Davis is currently on bail for a previous domestic violence assault charge, police said.
Deputy Jeff McFarland took the initial call Sunday. McFarland searched for Davis with assistance from the Maine State Police and the Ellsworth Police Department.
McFarland, Lt. Chris Thornton and other law enforcement officers returned to the home Monday after it was reported that Davis had allegedly shown up.
Davis is currently wanted on charges of domestic violence assault, two counts of violating conditions of his release and one count criminal mischief.
Anyone with information about Davis should contact the sheriff’s office at 667-7575.
Deputy Eric McLaughlin met with Sedgwick property owners who have discovered illegal dumping on their land. McLaughlin collected evidence and the investigation continues.
A Penobscot man reported Sunday that someone had taken 30 to 40 bales of hay from his field in Blue Hill the night before.
Deputy Dana Austin summoned Darrell Thurston, 45, of Tremont on a charge of theft Friday. Thurston allegedly stole two checks from a Tremont woman, police said.
On June 21, Deputy Jake Day summoned Justin Rowell, 36, of Eastbrook on charges of theft and violating conditions of his release. Rowell allegedly took a bottle of liquor from a Hancock business on June 19, police said.
A Sedgwick man reported that someone had dumped acid on his boat motor during the overnight hours Friday into Saturday.
A Blue Hill business owner reported Saturday that someone had broken his shop window. Deputy Brian Archer said the damage was done by a BB gun shot.
Deputy Jeff McFarland met with a Franklin woman regarding her underage daughter’s inappropriate behavior on the Internet. McFarland said the matter is under investigation.
Police summoned Shannon Faulkingham, 45, of Tremont on a charge of operating after suspension.
A Brooksville man called police Saturday night to complain that someone nearby was setting off fireworks, which were disturbing his dogs. Deputy Jeff McFarland said the area was quiet by the time he arrived.
As a result of an OUI enforcement detail, Deputy Rob Morang arrested Jonathan Pattengale, 22, of Ellsworth on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant and possession of a usable amount of marijuana. The enforcement detail was held on Route 3 in Trenton Saturday.
In Ellsworth Saturday, Deputy Dana Austin arrested Cameron Lynch, 27, of Presque Isle on charges of OUI and operating after suspension.
Police are investigating burglaries in Trenton and Amherst. Both were reported June 22, however the Amherst break-in occurred sometime in the past month, police said. No word on what was taken.
A car and a sport utility vehicle suffered major front end damage and may be totaled after a head-on collision on Route 1 in Orland Sunday, reported McLaughlin.
The car, which had been eastbound, crossed the centerline into the oncoming traffic, colliding with a westbound SUV, McLaughlin said.
Jon Carlsten, 70, of Decatur, Georgia had been driving east in a 2015 Toyota Corolla, which struck a 2013 Nissan Rogue, operated by Lawrence Hawes, 68, of Stockton Springs, the deputy said.
McLaughlin said Hawes had pulled his vehicle to the right to try to avoid the collision.
A pickup truck was damaged after its front passenger side tire blew out on Hog Bay Road in Franklin Friday, McLaughlin said.
Joel Curtis, 63, of Franklin had been driving east in a Chevrolet C20 pickup truck, the deputy said. When the tire blew out, Curtis lost control of the truck, which left the roadway and struck a ditch, McLaughlin said. The truck sustained moderate damage to its front fender.