ELLSWORTH — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is investigating multiple camp burglaries in the towns of Waltham and Osborn.
At least four burglaries have been reported in Waltham since Thanksgiving Day and one in Osborn. Deputy Luke Gross is investigating.
A Hancock man reported a theft of four pit bull puppies from his residence on Sunday. Lt. Corey Bagley said the puppies were returned Monday night but the case remains under investigation.
Bagley summoned Mariah Larsson, 29, of Tremont on a charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Nov. 22. Larsson allegedly took a non-narcotic medication from a Tremont resident, Bagley said.
Deputy Eric McLaughlin checked on an unattended death in Gouldsboro Saturday.
McLaughlin said a man, 60, had died of natural causes.
Deputies assisted Inland Fish and Wildlife game wardens with a night hunting incident in Surry Saturday.
Deputies assisted the Maine Warden Service with a night hunting incident in Lamoine Friday.
Deputy Travis Frost and police dog Finn tracked burglary suspects at a Blue Hill break-in Nov. 21 but were unable to locate the suspects.
Deputy Travis Frost checked on the well-being of an elderly Blue Hill resident. The person was fine and knew how to get help if needed, Frost said.
A vandal threw a rock through a rear window of a vehicle parked in Brooklin Saturday.
A Hancock man reported vandalism to his vehicle Sunday. Deputy Zach Allen said charges are pending.
A car went off the road and hit a guardrail due to slippery road conditions on Airline Road in Township 28 Nov. 21, Deputy Brian Archer reported.
Sean Reynolds, 19, of Jonesboro was eastbound in a 2006 Toyota Corolla, which was a total loss, Archer said. Capital Ambulance treated Reynolds at the scene for neck and back pain.
A sport utility vehicle struck a deer that entered the roadway of Reach Road in Brooksville Monday.
Deputy Zach Allen said Sandra Baroody, 56, of Sedgwick was driving a 2017 Honda CRV, which sustained reportable damage to the left side of the vehicle.