GOULDSBORO — Nathan Drost, 18, of Sullivan, was summoned Oct. 4 on a charge of operating a dirt bike on a public road, police said.
Police said they spotted Drost riding the dirt bike on Route 1 near Young’s Market and pulled him over.
Drost said he knew he wasn’t supposed to be riding the dirt bike on a public road but had no other way of getting to work in the village of Prospect Harbor, police said.
Jason Ruffner, 32, of Gouldsboro was arrested Oct. 8 on two warrants for failure to pay fines, police said.
A Pond Road man called police Oct. 7 to report that his blue mailbox had been stolen, police said.
Police said when they arrived they saw the hole where the mailbox had been as well as tire tracks, which they said they photographed.
A man who lives on Corea Road in the village of Prospect Harbor reported hearing gunshots across the road from his home Oct. 3, police said.
Police said they parked in two spots in the wooded area and listened for several minutes, but heard no gunshots.
Police said there would be no further investigation.
The Wind Did It
A 68-year-old Gouldsboro homeowner who also lives in Michigan called police Oct. 7 to say that her home might have been burglarized, police said.
Police said the woman told them that another woman who watches her cats for her called and said it looked like someone had broken into the house.
Police said they found the storm door partially open and the screen was cut on the top portion of the door.
The porch light on the left side of the door was broken, police said.
Police said they surmised recent high winds blew the door open onto the porch light, damaging both the door and light.
A 69-year-old Gouldsboro man hit a deer on West Bay Road Oct. 8, police said.
Police said there was not enough damage to the vehicle to warrant reporting the collision, but that the deer was killed.
Police said they gave the driver a tag for the deer.
Police said a burglar alarm was accidentally activated at the Eleanor Widener Dixon Memorial Clinic in Gouldsboro Oct. 8.
Police said they notified security staff at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital, who said they would send someone to reset the alarm.
Police said they received two 911 hang-up calls from a cell phone that was traced to Young’s Farm Road.
Police said the caller said he had deliberately changed to a flip phone to avoid accidental calls and wasn’t sure how the calls were made.