Ellsworth Police: Four Charged in Underage Drinking Bust

ELLSWORTH — Police charged four people with alcohol-related offenses after responding to a noise complaint on Red Bridge Road Aug. 28.


Robert McCarthy Jr., 23, of Ellsworth was summoned on a charge of furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol. Robert McCarthy, 51, of Ellsworth was summoned for furnishing alcohol to minors. Emily Pinkham, 18, of Hancock was summoned for possession of alcohol by consumption. Ashley Cloak, 18, of Trenton was arrested on a charge of violation of bail conditions and summoned on a charge of possession of alcohol by consumption.

Arrests and Summonses

Derek Bradford, 24, Trenton, warrant for failure to appear.

Brendan Wentworth, 18, Otis, possession of a suspended license.

Mari Knowles, 56, Bass Harbor, operating under the influence of an intoxicant, driving to endanger.

Roxie Albee, 32, Ellsworth, Class E theft.

Robert Marsee, 33, Ellsworth operating after suspension, failure to provide proof of insurance.

Julia Johnson, 18, Ellsworth, shoplifting.

Ellsworth boy, 17, shoplifting.

Jaclyn Kane, 25, Ellsworth, shoplifting, violation of bail conditions.

Victor Dorr, 20, Surry, shoplifting.

Ellsworth girl, 17, shoplifting.

Calandra Fitzgerald, 28, Blue Hill, shoplifting.

Jennifer Newberry, 28, Sedgwick, shoplifting.

Judith Folger, 70, Ellsworth, theft of services.


A young driver crashed into a telephone pole on Christian Ridge Road Saturday night after reportedly hydroplaning on the slick road.

Clarissa Westliegh, 17, of Hancock reported pain in her head, neck and chest following the accident.

Total damage to her 2006 four-door vehicle was estimated at $5,000.

An unoccupied GMC pickup was found in the ditch on Bucksport Road at the intersection with Christian Ridge Road Aug. 30.

It appeared the vehicle had failed to stop at the stop sign on Christian Ridge, crossed the street and hit the ditch.

Damage to the yard of Nesiba Chiropractic Center was estimated at $1,000. Damage to the vehicle was about $5,000.

Police are trying to contact the truck’s owner.

An 18-year-old Hancock man was charged with driving to endanger after rolling his vehicle while speeding around a cul de sac in the Commerce Park Aug. 27, according to police.

Jordan Lewis was driving a 1996 Toyota sport utility vehicle that sustained approximately $15,000 in damage.

Georgette Faulkingham, 53, of Winter Harbor was driving a 2009 Nissan south on State Street Aug. 23, when she ran into the rear of a 2005 Subaru station wagon that made an abrupt stop at a traffic light, according to police. The Subaru was driven by Robert Mouradian, 52, of Canton, Mass.

A three-car accident occurred Aug. 26 in construction traffic on Route 1A.

Police said Amy Poors, 35, of Ellsworth, was driving a 2003 Ford that ran into the back of 2003 Toyota sport utility vehicle driven by Mary Kay Ayer, 55, of Holden. Ayer’s vehicle then collided with the a 2001 Subaru station wagon driven by Elizabeth Andrew-Lane, 48, of Northport.

911 Misdial

A Meadow View Lane resident mistakenly dialed 911 Aug. 29 while trying to call a relative. The woman had neglected to put her eyeglasses on, police said.


Police are investigating damage to a Buttermilk Road mailbox.


A Southwest Harbor man reported Aug. 28 that a woman had illegally filled his prescription at Walmart.

Illegal Camper

Police on Aug. 27 were asked to go to the Maine Coast Mall parking lot and tell two men who had been sleeping in an old Dodge van to leave. The van was covered with signs asking for help.

Police told the men they couldn’t park in the lot unless they were shopping.


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