Cops & Courts

  • Trafficking conspiracy alleged

    Trafficking conspiracy alleged

    A Trenton woman has been charged along with two Massachusetts men in a drug trafficking conspiracy involving cocaine, crack cocaine, fentanyl and methamphetamine, according to a press release issued by the U.S. Department of Justice District of Massachusetts.

  • Ellsworth Police Log Week of April 1

    Ellsworth Police Log Week of April 1

    Vandals target Dairy Queen sign, $2,000 reward offered ELLSWORTH — The Dairy Queen Grill & Chill on High Street is offering a $2,000 reward to anyone who has “proof of conviction” over vandalism that occurred on March 27. Someone threw a cinder block through the restaurant’s drive-through preview menu board. Police are investigating the incident,

  • Hancock County Sheriff’s Log Week of April 1

    Hancock County Sheriff’s Log Week of April 1

    Tremont man arrested on multiple charges ELLSWORTH — Hancock County Sheriff’s deputies arrested one motorist while conducting a patrol on Tremont Road in Tremont March 23, police reported. Six motorists were stopped. Donald Murphy, 64, of Tremont was arrested on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant, operating after

  • Maine State Police Log Week of April 1

    Catalytic converters stolen ELLSWORTH — The Maine State Police are investigating reports of catalytic converters being removed from several vehicles in the town of Penobscot. Cpl. Dan Ryan took the first complaint on March 25.  Accident Trooper Keith York is investigating a crash in Meddybemps in which the operator left the scene. The crash was

  • Winter Harbor Police Log Week of April 1

    Winter Harbor Police Log Week of April 1

    Police investigating vehicle vandalism, theft WINTER HARBOR — Chief Danny Mitchell was called to a vandalism complaint March 22. A vehicle sustained damage to three tires and the driver’s side mirror. Police are following leads and the case is under investigation. Officer Ken Schuurman was called by dispatch March 27 to look for a potentially

  • Hancock County Court

    The following cases were adjudicated, reviewed or continued in Hancock County Court, according to official records: Renee S. Miranda, 54, Bucksport. OUI (alcohol) at Bucksport, May 16, 2020. $500. Jail two days. License suspended 150 days. Use of drug paraphernalia at Bucksport, May 16, 2020. $300.  Stephanie J. McKinnon, 31, Bucksport. Operating while license suspended

  • Two arrested in Bucksport burglary

    BUCKSPORT — Officers took a burglary complaint at a Silver Street residence on Saturday and by Sunday had charged two people in connection with the alleged break-in, according to Deputy Police Chief David Winchester. Joshua Wilson, 19, of Bucksport was charged with burglary. Jacob Fallica, 20, of Lamoine was charged with felony theft. “A debit

  • Ellsworth Police Log Week of March 25

    Ellsworth Police Log Week of March 25

    ELLSWORTH — Perhaps it was the warming weather, but police issued 14 speeding tickets in recent days, a jump from the three issued the week before and a dramatic increase from the average of one per week in the previous months. Charges ranged from $114 to $298. The bulk of the alleged speeders were pulled

  • Bucksport Police Log Week of March 25

    BUCKSPORT — Officers issued a number of summonses and arrested two people during the past week. Officer Robert Findlay arrested Michael Thurlow, 42, of Bangor on charges of possession of heroin, possession of hypodermic apparatuses and operating after suspension March 17. Shane Jacobs, 35, of Bucksport was arrested on a warrant Friday. Summonses Ashley Clay,

  • Hancock County Jail Log Week of March 25

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between March 12 and 18: Danielle E. Powe-Eames, 36, Bangor, agency hold. Michael J. Thurlow, 42, Bangor, unlawful drug possession, possession hypodermic apparatuses and probation violation. Michael K. Robbins, 39, Surry, domestic violence terrorizing, obstructing a report of a crime. Gary W. Goodrich III,

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