ELLSWORTH — Hancock County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating an act of vandalism at a Route 1 business in Hancock.
The business was vandalized March 5, Deputy Dan Harlan said. The owner, who lives in Winterport, said a window had been damaged when someone tried to break in.
Deputy Jeff McFarland escorted a DHHS case worker to an Orland residence March 5 but no one was home. The case worker will attempt to contact the family another day, he said.
Deputy Eric McLaughlin helped a Sullivan parent with a child who would not return home from a friend’s house March 8.
A Gouldsboro woman reported an issue with a boy, 11, saying inappropriate things at a local school on March 2. Harlan talked to the boy.
Motor vehicle complaint
A Stonington resident complained about a car “doing donuts” March 6. McLaughlin checked the area but didn’t see the offender.
McFarland met with a Trenton woman about a boundary line dispute March 7.
“I met with the caller and we discussed her complaint,” McFarland said. “I referred her to a local forest ranger, as her complaint involved a tree harvester cutting trees on her property.”
A Blue Hill woman reported the theft of several items from her residence March 6.
McFarland said the woman suspects a family member took the things and will speak with the person before pursuing law enforcement action.