Ellsworth Police: Woman’s Facebook Account Hacked

ELLSWORTH — A local woman’s Facebook account was hacked and the hacker, who is thought to live in England, had been trying to get the woman’s friends to send money.


Facebook is a social networking Web site.

Detective Dotty Small advised the woman to delete the account and create a new identity.


Five special coins were stolen from a residence last week.

Two snow shovels were stolen from a Christian Ridge Road residence.


A local business reported that a man had passed over $1,000 worth of counterfeit traveler’s checks. Police are investigating.


A pickup truck slid across Water Street and hit a guardrail after a motorist lost control while traveling west on a snow-covered Foster Street Monday, police reported.

Gary Gardner, 42, of Ellsworth was driving west in a 1997 GMC, which sustained an estimated $5,000 in damage, police said.

Arrests and Summonses

Uriah Hon, 22, Ellsworth, domestic assault.

Timothy Lary, 20, Bar Harbor, operating after suspension.

Andrew Buzzell, 28, Bar Harbor, violating conditions of his release.

Lindsay Swanson, 17, Steuben, operating after suspension.

Heather Atwood, 33, transient, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant, bail violation, unlawful drug possession.

Lance Clermont, 18, Hancock, criminal trespass, sale and use of drug paraphernalia.

Sean Arey, 19, Hancock, criminal trespass.

Cory Plaisted, 32, Ellsworth, domestic assault.

Mark P. Dagle, 33, Ellsworth, operating after suspension.

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