WINTER HARBOR — On Sept. 1, Winter Harbor police assisted the National Park Service in investigating a possible bail violation reported to have occurred in the Schoodic section of Acadia National Park.
As a result, Elisabeth Dean, 50, of Hampden was issued a summons.
On Sept. 8, police were notified that five orange traffic cones had been stolen from a resident’s property. The incident is under investigation.
On Sept. 9, police received a call about a skunk at the Winter Harbor Marina that appeared to have rabies.
Officers determined that the animal was sick and contacted the Maine Warden Service to secure it.
On Sept. 10, police were called about a campaign sign being stolen and thrown in a trash can.
Police were able to track down the suspect through surveillance footage and contacted the youth’s parents.
The individual apologized to the candidate and promised to not steal campaign signs in the future.