BUCKSPORT — Police are investigating an overnight break-in at the Bucksport Car Wash that was reported Dec. 6.
A large sum of cash in coins and bills was reported stolen and the business’s machines and video camera system were damaged.
The estimated loss from the theft and damage was about $5,000.
A Route 46 resident awoke Dec. 5 to the sound of someone in her residence. The woman thought the noise was caused by her son, but when she left her bedroom, she heard the sound of someone fleeing the residence and driving away in a vehicle parked outside.
The woman reported money was stolen from her son’s room.
A Ledgewood Drive resident discovered pry marks on his front door when returning home Dec. 1.
The home had not been entered.
A variety of pills were confiscated from two Bucksport High School students Dec. 2.
Police said charges were pending against the girls, ages 15 and 16.
Approximately $1,700 in damage was reported in a Route 1 accident Nov. 30.
According to police, Norman Bates II struck the rear of a vehicle operated by Renneleigh Stearns, 55, of Castine.
Lisa Parent, 37, of Verona Island was summoned for operating with an expired license Nov. 30 after she struck a rail in the Camden National Bank parking lot.
About $1,000 in damage was done to the rail and another $1,000 was reported to Parent’s GMC truck.
Police are investigating whether a Bangor man who was arrested Dec. 4 had permission to ride the motorcycle he was on at the time of his arrest.
Jeffrey Warren, 29, of Bangor was arrested on a charge of operating with a revoked license as a habitual offender and summoned for violating conditions of his release after police responded to a report of a stolen motorcycle on Willins Orchard Road.
When police were on the scene, Warren returned on the motorcycle and said he had permission to use it. The owner disagreed.
Warren was arrested because he cannot drive anything without a license.
A Bucksport resident was arrested on a charge of domestic assault Dec. 3 after he had called police to report having problems with his wife.
Alan Hannaford, 52, was transported to jail.
A Bucksport High School student reported his iPod stolen from his sweatshirt pocket Dec. 6.
Police are investigating the theft of $111 from a Buck Street residence Dec. 5.
Two businesses reported receiving counterfeit bills last week.
A person standing on Central Street Dec. 3 roused suspicions.
Police he was just taking pictures of the moon.
A Central Street resident reported a dozen loose chickens had invaded the yard Dec. 2.
The responding officer was unable to determine who owned the chickens. When the flock took off into the woods, he hoped they were heading home.
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