GOULDSBORO — George Tedesco, 43, of Gouldsboro, was arrested Oct. 24 on charges of domestic violence criminal threatening and violation of bail conditions for possession of a shotgun, according to police.
Tedesco is to appear in Ellsworth District Court Jan. 17.
Gibran Buell, 39, of Sullivan, was stopped Oct. 23 on Main Street in the village of Prospect Harbor for traveling 45 miles per hour in a 30-mph zone, police said.
After issuing a warning for speeding, police asked Buell if he had drugs or alcohol in his truck. Police said Buell told them he did not and gave them permission to look.
Police said they found a small amount of marijuana on the floor of the truck. They said Buell told them he didn’t know it was there and it wasn’t his.
Police issued a summons for possession of a usable amount of marijuana.
Buell is to appear in Ellsworth District Court Jan. 19, 2010.
Police responded Oct. 20 to a call about an unresponsive man in a black car parked alongside South Gouldsboro Road.
Police said when they arrived the 25-year-old man from South Harpswell was talking to an emergency medical technician and appeared to be confused about the current month and day. He said he had taken a wrong turn and got lost.
Police said the man had no trouble walking to the rescue vehicle, but they detected a faint odor of alcohol on his breath. Police asked the man to recite the alphabet from A to Z, but he said he could not. They then asked the man if he could write the alphabet, which he did starting with Z and ending at Q, but was interrupted when the ambulance arrived.
Police said the man refused to be transported to the hospital and left the scene with friends.
Police responded to an alarm Oct. 21 at a Triad Lane home.
Police said they arrived at the house at the same time as the owner, who told them he was puzzled about what set off the alarm.
Police received a call Oct. 21 from a Chicken Mill Pond Road resident who said a cat had gotten into his live trap.
Police took the cat to the Small Animal Clinic in Ellsworth.
Police assisted state police Oct. 21 with a citizen dispute at Tunk Lake Road.
Police received a call Oct. 23 from a local resident saying someone was staying in the resident’s home on Pond Road without permission.
Police said they went to the house but didn’t find anyone there.
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