MDI Police: Beer Bash Goes Bust



BAR HARBOR — A noise complaint led to the bust-up of an underage drinking party on First South Street on April 20. Summonsed on charges of possession of alcohol by a minor were Eleanor Belden, 19, of Bar Harbor, Alexandria Fouliard, 18, of Bar Harbor, Patrick C. McGorrill, 20, of Portland, Jacob Mencher, 20, of Portland, and Zachary Roos, 17, of Bar Harbor.

 

Summonsed on charges of furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol were Steven Brulotte, 21, Gabrielle Roos, 19, and Dylan Wright, 20, all of Bar Harbor. Police were on the scene for some time investigating the incident, eventually finding several minors who hid in a dark basement for two hours while trying to escape detection, Officer Soren Sundberg said.

Brittany M. Carter, 23, of Bar Harbor, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant for unpaid fines and summonsed on a charge of possession of stolen property after a Main Street shopkeeper called police to report that someone was trying to return possibly stolen merchandise.

Jon M. Poto, 34, of Bar Harbor, was arrested Monday on a charge of operating while under the influence (OUI) on Route 3.

A man was warned for harassment April 23 after allegedly harassing his ex-girlfriend and telling her that he had infected her with AIDS.

Tucker Bell, 33, of Milbridge and Bar Harbor, was summonsed April 20 on a charge of speeding on Route 3. On April 22, Mr. Bell was summonsed on a charge of driving to endanger, also on Route 3.

Heather L. McGlauflin, 34, of Bangor, was summonsed Sunday on a charge of speeding on Route 3.

A large steer escaped from its pen on Hamor Lane in Hulls Cove, and took off into the woods Monday evening. By midday Tuesday, the steer was still at large. A cow was reported in the Crooked Road Tuesday.

Darrell White, 31, of Trenton, was summonsed Saturday on a charge of harassment after allegedly texting a woman with whom he had just been told not to have any contact.

A woman reported that a construction sign fell on her vehicle April 21 on Cottage Street, causing minor damage.

Enrique J. Herreros, 65, of Bar Harbor, was summonsed April 20 on a charge of speeding on Route 3.

Six sports jerseys were reported stolen from a Cottage Street bar April 23.

Katherine Massicotte, 23, of Mount Desert, was summonsed April 20 on a charge of speeding on Route 3.

A Fern Meadow Drive resident was warned Saturday for having a campfire without a permit.

A man was warned for sleeping in his car in the Hannaford parking lot on Cottage Street during the very early morning hours of April 21.

Sara Clarke, 59, of Blue Hill, was summonsed Monday on a charge of speeding on Route 3.

The town water department reported April 20 that a 9.9-horsepower Johnson boat motor had been stolen from the Eagle Lake pump station.

Aubrey R. Labbe, 22, of Hancock, was summonsed April 23 on a charge of speeding on Route 102.

A total of 14 credit cards, two Maine driver’s licenses, and one Puerto Rico identification card that had bee left unclaimed for over a year were turned in by a Main Street restaurant April 22 and subsequently destroyed.

A woman reported April 23 that her Visa debit card was stolen and $170 in groceries had been purchased with it.

An unruly patron was warned not to return to a Main Street bar Saturday.

A Main Street shop owner reported Sunday that someone had tampered with his lock.

A High Street resident reported sewage backing up into their basement Sunday. The utility infrastructure under High Street is in the midst of a reconstruction.

Mount Desert

Police arrested a Hall Quarry resident April 22 after receiving a tip that an outstanding warrant for his arrest had been issued out of New York.

Robert Flynn, 49, was arrested on a warrant charging him with grand larceny. State police in New York informed Mount Desert police that Mr. Flynn would be extradited to face charges there.

According to Chief Jim Willis, the grand larceny charge stems from a stolen vehicle located in Ellsworth in July 2009. Mr. Flynn was employed locally and renting a home in Hall Quarry. He was arrested without incident.

Southwest Harbor police assisted in the arrest.

Michael Perry Jr., 29, of Hampden was summonsed Tuesday on a charge of operating after suspension.

A 1991 Mitsubishi truck sustained about $2,000 damage Monday when the vehicle hit coping stones on Sargeant Drive. Police said the driver, Rahvi Barnum, 30, of Bar Harbor, hit the stones when he swerved to the right to avoid an oncoming vehicle.

Mark Nickels, 23, of Trenton was summonsed Sunday night on charges of possessing a useable amount of marijuana and sale/use of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop.

A man reported April 22 that his rowboat had been stolen from the town dock in Pretty Marsh.

Southwest Harbor

A Southwest Harbor man was summonsed April 22 after his dog allegedly jumped a fence and attacked a Boston terrier.

Eric Twigg, 63, was summonsed on a charge of allowing a dog to roam at large.

Also on April 22, police received a complaint of vandalism at the Causeway Club Golf Course. The flag from the sixth hole was removed, the flag from the fourth hole tossed in the ocean and tee markers taken.

Ruben Schofield, 35, of Knox, was summonsed April 21 on a speeding charge.

Debra Gilley, 48, of Southwest Harbor was summonsed April 19 on a charge of operating after suspension.

For more police & court news, pick up a copy of the Mount Desert Islander.

 

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