ELLSWORTH — Hancock County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff McFarland is investigating an internet scam that a Sedgwick man reported Sept. 20.
A car skidded through an intersection and into a ditch after its driver failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Hinckley Ridge Road and Pleasant Street in Blue Hill Sept. 19, police said.
Damien Towers, 30, of Fairfield was driving a 2005 Saturn Vue north on Hinckley Ridge Road, police said. Towers was not injured, and the vehicle had minor damage.
“Dave’s Towing pulled the vehicle out of the ditch, and it was able to be driven from the scene,” police said.
A car rear-ended a pickup truck that had slowed abruptly on Route 1 in Verona Island Sept. 21, police reported.
Madison Feeley, 17, of Hampden was driving a 2013 Nissan Altima, which struck a 1995 Ford F150 operated by Dale Fuller, 20, of Frankfort, police said. Feeley’s vision was affected by the sun, and she was not able to see the truck’s brake lights, the officer said. Both vehicles sustained damage but were able to be driven from the scene. No one was injured.
McFarland checked a Lamoine residence for a man the Bar Harbor Police Department was looking for Sept. 19 but didn’t find anyone there.
Deputy Travis Frost and police dog Finn helped the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency with a search on the Bar Harbor Road in Trenton Sept. 21.
Deputies went to a Tremont residence Sept. 21 to do a well-being check after a family member received a “concerning communication,” said Frost. The person in question was taken to a local emergency room for treatment.
Deputy Dylan Hall spoke with Sedgwick parents Sept. 21 about a harassment issue that has been ongoing.
Frost is investigating a dog bite incident that allegedly occurred in Sedgwick Sept. 21 and resulted in a trip to the Northern Light Blue Hill Hospital emergency room for the alleged victim.