Ellsworth Police: Former Auto Parts Store Employee Charged With Embezzlement



ELLSWORTH — Police have charged a former auto parts store employee with embezzling over $5,000 from the store where he had worked.

 

Officer Paul Gamble summoned Paul Casey, 26, of Ellsworth with felony theft after investigating several false transactions at Advance Auto Parts.

Lt. Harold Page said the investigation is not finished, but at least $5,900 in thefts have been uncovered to date.

Animal Problems

An Ellsworth resident called police Sunday to report her kitten missing. The caller said she thinks a neighbor has something to do with the kitten’s disappearance.

A goat was caught wandering around the YMCA Saturday night and was later returned to its owner.

Thefts

Two leaf blowers-Christian Ridge Road residence.

Cash, credit cards-hotel room.

Cash $300-Foster Street business.

Arrests and Summonses

Virginia Chapman, 49, Blue Hill, operating after suspension, speeding.

Jason Paine, 23, Franklin, operating after suspension.

Adam Harrington, 24, South Berwick, violating conditions of release.

Adam Grindle, 28, Ellsworth, violating conditions of release.

Dean Fernald, 31, Ellsworth, two warrants charging unpaid fines.

Andrew Stocking, 24, Lamoine, operating an unregistered motor vehicle over 150 days.

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

 

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