Ellsworth Police Log Week of Oct. 21



ELLSWORTH — Two passenger cars and a van collided near Autumn Road on Route 1A Oct. 9, but the four occupants escaped any injuries. All were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident.

Police said Victor K. Mubang, 64, of Machias was traveling north on Route 1A in his 2019 passenger van when he crossed the centerline and struck a 2017 Mazda sedan driven by Carrie A. Emerson, 49, of Bar Harbor. Emerson was traveling south on Route 1A.

After hitting Emerson’s Mazda, Mubang’s van continued into oncoming traffic, striking a 2020 Chevrolet sedan driven by Cristian J. Juan, 41, of Ballwin, Mont., and carrying passenger Monique W. Bruinsma, 40. No address was provided for Bruinsma.

Juan was driving behind Emerson and swerved to avoid Mubang’s van, but his car was struck on the passenger side and spun out along the northbound travel lane before coming to a stop.

Mubang’s van eventually stopped about 100 yards down the roadway and was towed from the scene, as was Juan’s Chevrolet. The Toyota sustained only minor damage.

Missing treatments

Police on Oct. 13 were asked to check on a dialysis patient who had missed treatments and found the patient to be fine.

Vandalism complaints

The owner of Clothes Encounter reported someone had peeled paint off the side of her building on Oct. 13. Officers spoke with the offender.

Home Depot reported possible vandalism on Oct. 13 but only wanted police to document it.

No assault

Police investigated a report of a possible sexual assault on Oct. 15 and found no crime had been committed.

Animal problems

Officers responded to reports of “animal problems” near Bangor and Branch Pond roads on Oct. 17 and on Eastward Lane on Oct. 13.

Overdose call

Officers responded to a report of a man overdosing on Oct. 14 but upon arriving found him all set.

Youth issues

Police investigated a missing person report called in by a local woman regarding her daughter on Oct. 17. The daughter returned home on her own.

Officers spoke with an out-of-control youth on Oct. 17.

Parents asked police for help with an out-of-control child on Oct. 15, but the child had been taken to doctors before an officer arrived.

Domestic call

Police were called to a domestic incident between a mother and son, separated the two and charged the youth with assault and criminal mischief on Oct. 14 at 9 a.m.

Permitted parking

Police received a complaint Oct. 17 of a camper parked on property that did not belong to the camper’s owner. Officers learned the camper owner had permission to park there.

Please leave

A local woman called police Oct. 19 to report she had just asked a male visitor to leave her residence.

Agency assists

Officers stood by at a local school while administrators spoke with a parent on Oct. 18.

Police assisted Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital with patients at 9:50 a.m. and 1:18 p.m. on Oct. 16.

Thefts

A local grocery store on Oct. 14 reported a shoplifter who left before officers arrived and could not be found. Police say the investigation will continue.

A resident reported to police on Oct. 14 that her wallet had been stolen a month ago from the Ramada Inn.

Police are investigating a report of theft on Oct. 15.

Police received a report of stolen medication on Oct. 14, noting the caller was seeking a report for his doctor. Officers also received information regarding a stolen prescription on Oct. 11. The investigation is ongoing.

Arrests and summonses

Nathaniel Madore, 28, of Trenton was arrested following a bail check and taken to Hancock County Jail on Oct. 18.

Armain Pazmino, 25, of Philadelphia, Pa., turned himself in to Hancock County Jail on a warrant and was booked on Oct. 19.

Mihayl Petkov, 32, of Ellsworth was summoned on a theft charge, Class E, following a shoplifting complaint from a local store on Oct. 14.

Brock Ray, 25, of Trenton was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine and operating after suspension on Oct. 15.

Roger Sargent, 36, of Sullivan was arrested on an outstanding warrant and charges of operating a vehicle with a suspended license and violation of bail after an accident on Route 180 by the fish hatchery on Oct. 14 at 7:48 a.m. He was taken to Hancock County Jail.

Sandra Seamans, 59, of Marshfield was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass on Oct. 15.

Robert Seger, 32, of Frankfort turned himself in on an outstanding warrant on Oct. 18.

Joshua Wilbur, 36, of Franklin was arrested on charges of operating a vehicle with a revoked license and violation of conditions of release after a traffic stop on Oct. 15.

Anne Berleant

Anne Berleant

Reporter at The Ellsworth American
News Reporter Anne Berleant covers news and features in Ellsworth, Mariaville, Otis, Amherst, Aurora, Great Pond and Osborn. When not reporting, find her hiking local trails, reading or watching professional tennis. Email her at [email protected]

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