Hancock County Sheriff’s Log Week of Sept. 13



ELLSWORTH — Hancock County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a small island on Green Lake near Waltham Sunday to check on a woman screaming and standing in the water.

Deputy Travis Frost said the caller tried to get the woman out of the water but she wouldn’t leave.

“Upon arrival, the woman did exit the water and admitted to being under the influence of illegal drugs,” Frost said. “She was escorted back to the mainland and transported by ambulance to Maine Coast Memorial Hospital for further treatment.”

Criminal mischief

A Hancock resident reported Sept. 6 that someone had thrown a brick through his living room window. Lt. Corey Bagley is investigating.

The town of Blue Hill reported damage to a town-owned building on Monday.

Harassment

A Sedgwick resident reported receiving text messages from what he thinks is a former employee. Bagley is investigating.

Bad check

A Trenton business reported a Brooksville resident writing checks on a closed account Sept. 6. Bagley is investigating.

Summonses

Frost summoned Parnell Graves, 45, of Brooksville on a charge of operating after suspension Sept. 7.

Deputy David Lord summoned Christopher Sullivan, 35, of Southwest Harbor on a charge of exceeding the speed limit by 30 miles or more per hour. Lord said Sullivan had been traveling 72 mph in a 35-mph zone in Trenton Sept. 5.

Shots fired

Frost investigated a gunshot complaint in Hancock Saturday. The deputy warned a resident about the gunfire and issued a summons to a guest at the residence.

Frost summoned Skyla Weeks, 19, of Hancock on a charge of possession of alcohol by a minor and then drove Weeks to her home.

Suspicious noises

Frost and police dog Finn investigated a Blue Hill resident’s report that something was heard coming from inside the resident’s barn Sept. 7. The officer did not find anyone in the barn.

A couple hours later Saturday, a Blue Hill resident reported a “loud, chewing noise” in the attic.

“After further investigation, there was no one located inside the building,” Frost said.

Found property

An Ellsworth resident brought in a wallet to the Sheriff’s Office that she found on Spec Pond in Osborn Sept. 4. The owner was contacted and collected the wallet the same day, Bagley said.

Agency assist

Frost and Finn assisted the Maine State Police during a traffic stop that led to drug charges on Route 182 in Hancock Sept. 6.

Deputy Brian Archer and Lord helped the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency execute a search warrant Sept. 6 at a residence in Bucksport, which yielded two arrests and the uncovering of an alleged methamphetamine operation.

Lord checked on the well-being of a Tremont woman, 75, on Sept. 5 for the Maine Department of Health and Human Services’ Adult Protection Division.

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