Bucksport Police: Possible Trespassing Case a Sticky Situation



BUCKSPORT — Some sticky evidence was found at a local woman’s new home.

 

The woman reported Feb. 18 that she believed children were using the garage because she found popsicle sticks and a dustpan and broom that did not belong to her.

She said she would attempt to secure the building better.

Arrests and Summonses

Sam Crawford, 32, Bucksport, dog roaming at large.

Amanda Brand, 31, Ellsworth, assault.

Natasha Cunningham, 19, Orland, violation of protection order.

Timothy Moon, 21, Bucksport, domestic assault, possession of scheduled drugs.

Shawn DeVinney, 29, Bucksport, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant.

Accidents

No injuries were reported in a River Road accident Feb. 18.

Police said Hope Brogunier, 72, of Bangor had stopped to allow a deer to pass in front of her vehicle. Christopher Parsons, 46, of Bucksport attempted to go around her vehicle. The two vehicles scraped together when Brogunier resumed driving.

The collision damaged the paint on both vehicles but did not appear to do any body damage.

Approximately $2,000 in damage was reported in a Route 1 accident Feb. 18.

According to police, Ellen Archer, 74, of Bucksport struck a vehicle driven by Larry Cook, 56.

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a Silver Lake Road accident involving off-duty Bucksport Police officer Matt Cyr.

Alberto Colon, 39, of Bucksport was traveling south on Bucksmills Road when he struck a deer Feb. 15.

His Ford sport utility vehicle sustained an estimated $1,000 in damage.

Vandalism

Police are investigating waterfront damage discovered Feb. 21.

Someone knocked over trash cans and pushed benches down the river bank.

Theft

An Irving employee reported a $15 gas drive-off Feb. 20.

The owner of a Pine Street rental property reported Feb. 18 that the refrigerator, stove and dishwasher had been stolen from the residence sometime in the previous two weeks.

Harassment

A few people reported receiving notes on their vehicles that stated “silently saying hello at Hannaford,” Feb. 17.

For more police & court news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American.

 

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