Cops & Courts

  • Wedding guest arrested

    Wedding guest arrested

    BAR HARBOR — A man from Jay was arrested Saturday night after reportedly disrupting a wedding party and crashing a vehicle. Harry Reed, 33, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, operating under the influence, failure to notify of an accident, operating after suspension, and criminal mischief. Reed had reportedly been asked to leave a

  • Former deputy clerk indicted

    Former deputy clerk indicted

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR — Former town employee Tabbetha Newenham, 37, was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury Oct. 4 on one count of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer from the town. Newenham was served with a criminal summons in the spring of 2017, according to her attorney Anthony A. Trask of the law firm

  • Hancock County Jail log Oct. 1-5

    Hancock County Jail log Oct. 1-5

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Oct. 1 and 5: Adam N. Hilton, 34, Bar Harbor, 60 days for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. Jacob P. Richardson, 20, Fort Fairfield, 20 days for reckless conduct, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, receiving stolen

  • Hancock County Jail log Sept. 25-30

    Hancock County Jail log Sept. 25-30

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Sept. 25 and 30: Robert C. Robbins, 48, Lewiston, back for court. Maria L. Lockhart, 25, Winter Harbor, hindering apprehension. Dana F. Myrick, 29, Bar Harbor, violating conditions of release, unlawful drug possession. Beckton S. Brownlow, 23, Blue Hill, four counts failure to

  • Hancock County Court June 1 to June 30

    Hancock County Court June 1 to June 30

    The following cases were adjudicated, reviewed or continued in Hancock County Court, according to official records: June 1 to June 30 Joshua A. Smith, 35, Milford. Robbery at Trenton, Aug. 14, 2013. Jail six months, probation partially revoked, probation continues. Restitution $182. Patrick Travis Beal, 37, Surry. Theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, at

  • Camper flees through the trees

    Camper flees through the trees

    ACADIA NAT’L PARK — A 46-year-old Arizona woman called 911 from Blackwoods Campground Sept. 19, saying that the man she was traveling with was going to kill her, according to reports. When two other campers stopped to check on her, she reportedly ran off into the woods. Rangers and Mount Desert police officers located the

  • Hancock County Jail log Sept. 17-23

    The following were arrested or booked into Hancock County Jail between Sept. 17 and 23: Norman E. Bubb, 48, Mount Desert, domestic violence assault. Michelle S. Smith, 28, Sidney, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. Matthew C. Milliken, 32, Ellsworth, 10 days for

  • Segway operators warned of fog

    Segway operators warned of fog

    BAR HARBOR — Police responded to two separate complaints on Sept. 10 about a Segway tour company operating in poor weather with low visibility. Police spoke to the tour company owner who agreed to provide participants with reflective vests. On Sept. 10 police responded to a trespassing complaint involving a neighbor trimming trees over the

  • Hancock County Jail log Sept. 11-16

    Hancock County Jail log Sept. 11-16

    The following were arrested or booked into the Hancock County Jail between Sept. 11 and 16: Jeremy W. Fowler, 41, Ellsworth, domestic violence assault. Jacob D. Russell, 33, Bass Harbor, probation violation. Timothy L. Thorpe, 38, Dedham, back for court. Christopher R. Lapointe, 32, Bangor, back for court. Amanda L. Bowman, 38, Bucksport, unlawful drug

  • Something fishy in SW

    Something fishy in SW

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The downtown section of Main Street became slippery and stinky when two barrels of bait fell out of the back of a local fisherman’s truck on Friday around 7 p.m. According to police, a faulty tailgate was the reason the two barrels slid from the vehicle. The bait was quickly picked up