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Bar Harbor police Officer Jacob Day found a vehicle with a blown tire parked alongside Route 102 in the village of Town Hill. The officer notified state police after the vehicle’s owner, who lives in Tremont, said the vehicle “must have been stolen.”
Trooper Greg Roy, who is investigating the incident, reported that the vehicle had been taken sometime during the night from A.C. Parsons’ Landscaping on the Richtown Road in Tremont. Missing is a .44-caliber snub-nosed pistol and a stereo system.
A Northeast Harbor woman escaped injury Monday when the 2001 Jeep she was driving hit the back of a stopped dump truck in Seal Harbor.
According to police, sunlight prevented Gretchen Sweet, 61, from seeing a 1994 Navistar owned by the town of Mount Desert parked on the Steamboat Wharf Road. The Jeep sustained $6,000 damage. A $40 taillight was broken on the dump truck.
A Somesville resident reported Nov. 17 that several personal items were missing including a credit card. Charges have been made on the card, police said.
A 2006 Toyota driven by Gabrielle Martina, 35, of Mount Desert sustained $3,000 in damage after striking a deer on Route 3 near the Blackwoods Campground in Otter Creek.
Another car-deer accident caused $2,000 damage on Nov. 16. Marilyn Voorhies, 83, of Tremont was driving a 2007 Toyota on Route 102 near Echo Lake when she struck a deer on the road.
Police responded to Gott’s Store at 1 a.m. Saturday for a report of an intoxicated man without shoes inside the store. Officer Allen Smith stood by until the man’s mother could pick him up and take him home. The man later called police to thank them for assisting him.
Sarah Brandon, 50, of Steuben was summonsed Saturday on a speeding charge.
Vandals slashed two tires on a 2000 Jeep on Nov. 18.
A Tremont man is facing a theft charge for an incident last month in which materials were stolen from Metal Magic in Trenton.
Jonathan Asbury, 37, was summonsed Nov. 16 on a charge of theft by unauthorized taking.
Police have summoned a driver for an Oct. 29 hit-and-run accident at the Bar Harbor Golf Course in Trenton.
Sandra Salsbury, no given age or address, was issued a summons Friday charging her with leaving the scene of an accident.
Leissa Long, 41, of Trenton was arrested Friday on a charge of violating her bail conditions after she allegedly had been drinking and had alcohol in her possession.
An owner of Wild Acadia Fun Park in Trenton reported Nov. 16 that a former employee took another employee’s end-of-season paycheck and cashed it.
Buildings on a Clark Cove property were broken into and vandalized the night of Nov. 15. A security alarm was set off at the main residence at 8 McKay Lane just before 11 p.m. Police discovered upon investigation that a window had been forced open.
The next morning, a caretaker discovered further damage on two other houses on the property, both summer rentals. One of the houses had six broken windows, police said, and the other had two broken windows. Both houses had been messed up inside, but there was no real damage, according to reports. Nothing was discovered missing.
Justin Thomas, 18, of Ellsworth, was arrested Tuesday during a traffic stop on Park Street on a charge of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs. Mr. Thomas allegedly was found with one pill of Vyvanse, an ADHD drug, that he did not have a prescription for, police said. Mr. Thomas also was summonsed on charges of possession of a useable amount of marijuana and the sale or use of drug paraphernalia.
Mark A. Smeaton, 44, of Somersworth, N.H., was arrested Nov. 15 on Eden Street on a charge of operating while under the influence (OUI).
Firefighters on Dec. 16 responded to the scene of a tractor trailer truck on the Indian Point Road that had a broken radiator hose and was leaking fluid.
Officer Soren Sundberg accidentally clipped another vehicle with a patrol car on Nov. 17 while turning into the town garage parking lot on Ledgelawn Avenue, causing a small dent to the front fender of the patrol car. Mount Desert Police were contacted to complete an accident investigation. The damage was determined to be non-reportable.
Skyler Graves, 17, of Bar Harbor, was summonsed Saturday on Route 3 on a charge of speeding.
Late last week a woman called the Bar Harbor Fire Department to report that when she had left home an hour earlier she had left a pot of water boiling on the stove. Crews went to the residence but there was no fire.
Police issued 15 warnings for speeding and other moving violations this week.
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