GOULDSBORO — Brendon Cates, 40, of Cutler was summoned on a speeding charge Feb. 10, police said.
Police said Cates was allegedly traveling 85 miles per hour in a 55-mile-per-hour zone on Route 1.
A 17-year-old resident was stopped on the Corea Road Feb. 11 for operating an all-terrain vehicle on a public way and for operating an unregistered ATV, police said.
Police said the vehicle was impounded for 24 hours.
Police on Feb. 4 stopped a driver who had been observed driving well below the speed limit on Route 1.
Police said they discovered the driver has a learner’s permit and was being cautious.
Olivia Boivin, 24, of Gouldsboro struck a utility pole Feb. 6 while driving in Prospect Harbor, police said.
Police said there was damage to the right front corner of the 2006 Nissan Titan pickup.
Dog lost and found
Police found a dog on Route 1 Feb. 4, then located the owner and reunited dog and owner.
A vehicle parked at an unoccupied Corea Road residence turned out to belong to an electrician with permission to be at the house, police said.
Police said they were checking the house because it is on the department’s checklist at the owner’s request.