BAR HARBOR — A Highbrook Road resident called police on Easter Sunday to report that a neighbor had left a suspicious egg at her door with pills inside of it. The neighbor also left eggs for other residents of the apartment complex, she said. Police investigated and determined that the eggs were filled with candy, not pills.
Sarah B. Gauvin, 23, of Hancock, was arrested April 4 on Route 3 on a charge of operating while under the influence (OUI).
Gary Lee Hale, 48, of Parkville, Md., was summonsed Sunday on Route 3 on a charge of speeding.
Two business owners, one on Cottage Street and one on Main Street, reported Saturday finding the locks to their businesses’ front doors filled with glue. A second Main Street business owner reported glue in the lock of a store on Monday.
Eric Carlson, 48, of Dedham, was summonsed Saturday on Route 102 on charges of operating with an expired registration and failure to provide proof of insurance.
Jeremiah Wray, 33, of Sullivan, was summonsed April 5 on Route 3 on a charge of failure to provide proof of insurance.
Three young men standing on the corner of Cottage and Main streets on April 4 who reportedly were yelling at passersby were moved along by Officer Chris Wharff.
James E. Moore, 30, of Bangor, was summonsed April 3 on Route 3 on a charge of operating after suspension after he was involved in a car accident.
Zachery Chen, 27, of Trenton, was summonsed April 4 on a charge of failure to provide proof of insurance and was warned for an expired state inspection sticker.
An intoxicated woman who became angry while visiting a patient at the Mount Desert Island Hospital on Saturday was warned for criminal trespass.
Kirste S. Haynes, 27, of Mount Desert, was summonsed Monday on the Eagle Lake Road on a charge of speeding.
A downtown resident reported receiving a call on Monday from California from someone claiming to try to get money for his granddaughter who was supposedly stranded in Mexico.
Police issued 31 warnings for speeding and other moving violations this week.
Police said driver inexperience and speed were factors in a single-vehicle crash Saturday on the Pretty Marsh Road.
Emily Lewis, 16, of Mount Desert, was driving a 2002 Volkswagen that hit an embankment after leaving the road near the intersection with the Whitney Farm Road. Damage is estimated at $2,500.
Cai John, 18, of Bar Harbor was summonsed Saturday on a charge of operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
About $3,700 in total damage was reported Sunday, when a vehicle backed into a parked van in Somesville. According to police, Allan Mcallister, 53, of Bar Harbor, was backing up when he mistakenly hit the accelerator instead of the brake pedal, sending his 2010 Toyota into a 2003 Chevrolet van owned by Virginia Heffner, 84, of Mount Desert.
Jake White, 27, of Mount Desert was arrested April 5 on a domestic assault charge for an incident involving his live-in girlfriend, police said.
A garbage truck owned by the town of Mount Desert struck the side porch of the Lighthouse Restaurant in Seal Harbor on April 4. The 2009 Navi, driven by Corey Frost, 23, of Mount Desert clipped the corner of the porch while turning from Main Street. The truck sustained $50 damage. Damage to the porch is less than $1,000, police estimated.
Police investigated an April 4 complaint of a man inside his vehicle putting up blankets to cover the windows only to find the suspicious person was a photographer trying out a new technique.
A Toro rototiller is missing after falling out the back of a truck April 6 on the Long Pond Road.
Andrew Kuti-Hellmer, 24, of Southwest Harbor was summonsed April 6 on a charge of driving with an expired license.
Prescription narcotics were reported stolen April 4 from an elderly resident.
A Trenton man was arrested April 5 after a traffic stop by state police.
James Everly, 51, was arrested on charges of OUI and refusing to submit to arrest.
Maynard Hardison, 23, of Sullivan was arrested April 5 on charges of violating a protection order and violating bail conditions following an incident in the town.
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