Hiker’s broken ankle requires rescue effort

SOUTHWEST HARBOR — A hiker broke his ankle off Marshall Brook Fire Road due to extremely icy conditions Friday around 11 a.m. An officer hiked about three miles with a medical bag, found the man with the help of GPS and covered him in an emergency blanket. Firefighters, paramedics and Acadia National Park rangers arrived to help get the injured man out of the woods and into an ambulance.

A woman reported having received an IRS scam call Feb 21.

Police received a report of a syringe on the side of Main Street around 4 p.m. on Feb. 21. An officer disposed of the syringe in a designated container kept at the police station.

A man dropped off a wallet he had found in Ellsworth on Feb. 22. The Maine driver’s license in it indicated that the owner lived in Southwest Harbor. An officer found the man at his residence and returned the wallet to him.

Officers responded to a report of smoke and a possible fire at a residence on Hillcrest Drive on Feb. 22 around 11:40 a.m. Firefighters checked the house for hot spots and made sure the house was safe before allowing occupants to return.

A man who police said was driving his car erratically on the private Marshall Brook Road Friday morning was warned for disorderly conduct.

Bar Harbor

Andrew Daul, 35, of Bar Harbor was summonsed Feb. 20 for alleged theft of alcohol at a downtown business.

Someone contacted police on Feb. 20 to complain about “harassment via Facebook.” Officer Soren Sundberg reported that the complainant “intends to get rid of Facebook to solve the problem.”

Officers responded to a residence Saturday to assist a parent with “an escalated child.”

Scott Beaudreault, 34, of Lamoine was summonsed Monday for operating after habitual-offender revocation of his license and for attaching registration stickers from another vehicle to his plates.

Mount Desert

Ronald Caselden, 48, of South Portland was summonsed Monday on Pretty Marsh Road on a charge of operating after suspension.


Following a traffic stop Feb. 21, Jeremy Gilley, 31, of Tremont was summonsed on a charge of operating after suspension.


A resident reported recently that his mailbox had been destroyed. An investigation revealed that the mailbox had been hit when a vehicle had lost control and gone off the road and into a ditch, Deputy Zach Allen of the Sheriff’s Office said.





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