BUCKSPORT — A local woman reported she was insulted by a stranger wielding a gallon of milk at Irving’s Oct. 13.
According to police, the woman said she was in the gas station getting coffee when a young man slammed a container of milk on the counter beside her and told her not to be ignorant.
The man later approached the woman while she was at the gas pumps and revved the engine of his black sports car.
Police issued a warning for disorderly conduct.
Arrests and Summonses
Philip Sloan, 25, Holden, warrant.
James Cassady, 41, Bucksport, operating after suspension.
Randy Grindle, 21, Bucksport, operating after suspension.
Tellis Baker, 33, Bangor, warrant, violation of conditions of release.
Police contacted a Massachusetts resident who was reported to be sending threatening text messages to someone in Bucksport Oct. 16.
The texter was warned to have no further contact.
Police are investigating a report of stolen checks.
Police were summoned to Bucksport High School Oct. 16 after staff reported a student was out of control and had left the building.
The student agreed to return to school.
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