Bucksport Police: Woman Arrested for Allegedly Smashing Vehicle Windows

BUCKSPORT — A Bar Harbor woman was arrested Monday after she allegedly smashed the windows of a vehicle on Main Street and then attempted to run from an officer.


Megan Patten, 19, was arrested on a charge of violation of conditions of release and summoned on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.

Arrests and Summonses

Shane Jacobs, 22, Bucksport, domestic assault.

Jacob Bagley, 22, Harrington, violation of conditions of release.


A dump trailer valued at $3,000 was reported stolen Oct. 4.

A compact disc player was reported stolen from a vehicle Oct. 2. Police are trying to contact the vehicle’s owner, as the theft was reported by a third party.

A woman who had taped a $50 payment for a rental company on her door discovered someone else made off with the cash Sept. 30.

Police are investigating.

A Mercury outboard motor valued at $1,500 was reported stolen from Bucksmills Road Sept. 29.

Police are investigating a break-in at a Bucksmills Road residence Sept. 29. A woman reported coming home to find several bedroom drawers open and about $1,500 worth of jewelry missing.

There was no sign of forced entry.


A two-car accident at the entrance to McDonald’s resulted in approximately $5,000 in damage Sept. 30.

According to police, a 1995 Toyota Tercel driven by Michelle Wingate, 59, of Bucksport pulled into the path of a 2006 Ford Taurus driven by Jeannie Farrell, 65, of Verona Island.


An intoxicated patron of a local gas station was issued several warnings and told not to return Sept. 29 after he yelled at fellow customers and caused a disturbance.

Early that evening, several young men were reportedly soliciting money from customers in the parking lot of the same gas station. The men were told to leave.


Police disposed of two marijuana leaves left behind in a River Road apartment Oct. 4.


A possible domestic disturbance reported on Ames Way Oct. 4 turned out to be a man who yelled in frustration while working on a garage.

He was alone at the time.


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



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