BUCKSPORT — Police arrested one Massachusetts man and summoned four others on alcohol-related charges March 16.
The charges were made after police received a report of a vehicle driving erratically.
Jared Kempton, 19, of West Barnstable, Mass., was arrested on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. He was also summoned on a charge of illegal possession of alcohol by a minor.
Christopher Moynihan, 19, of Marston Mills, Mass., Andrew Moynihan, 19, of Marston Mills, Mass., Nicholas Bloomer, 20, of Centerville, Mass., and a 17-year-old boy of Centerville, Mass., also were summoned on charges of illegal possession of alcohol by a minor.
Arrests and Summonses
Eric Sadler, 31, Orland, two warrants.
Catherine Guilbault, 46, Ellsworth, attaching false plates.
Timothy Bernard, 23, Bucksport, violation of bail.
A car-deer collision on River Road March 18 caused about $2,500 in damage to a 2009 Subaru Forester.
According to police, Joan Duplessis, 72, of Orland had slowed to allow one deer to pass but did not notice a second deer, which she struck.
Police said someone tried to break into a church on Franklin Street. There was damage to a door, but no one had entered the building. The incident was reported March 17.
Police are investigating a report of someone altering a written prescription.
A man called police March 19 threatening to harm himself. He did not give identifying information and police were unable to trace the call.
Police are investigating damage to a gate and Central Maine Power meter on Bald Mountain Road.
Two tires were slashed on a vehicle parked on Summer Street March 16. Estimated damage was $263.
A DVD player was reported stolen from Main Street March 15.
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