Island police log: No charges in fight

MOUNT DESERT — Multiple police officers responded to a reported fight at a party at a Northeast Harbor residence Saturday night.

The two people involved in the brawl had been invited to the party, police said. Other party guests had witnessed the fight declined to speak with police about what had happened.

No charges were filed. The two people who had been fighting left the residence and went their separate ways.

A deer ran out of the woods the morning of April 29, started to cross Route 198 and struck the passenger side of an eastbound 2015 Mazda operated by Christiane Cullens, 49, of Surry. The Mazda was damaged but drivable. The deer died on impact and was given to an individual on the deer list.

Following a vehicle stop on Route 198, police arrested Joshua Burhoe, 34, of Mount Desert on an active warrant the afternoon of April 29. He was taken to Hancock County Jail.

A man was warned for camping in his vehicle parked on Main Street in Somesville early Friday morning.

Following a traffic stop on Friday morning on Main Street in Somesville for an inspection sticker violation, Troy Bridges, 51, of Hancock was summoned on charges of operating with a driver’s license expired for more than 90 days and driving an unregistered vehicle.

Bar Harbor

The morning of April 28, police warned two people about the town ordinance against sleeping outside after they had pitched a tent on Hadley Point Beach.

Police found a loose dog past midnight on April 29. The dog and its owner were later reunited.

Stopped for a defective headlight on Main Street the evening of April 29, Dustin Pulkkinen, 30, of Bar Harbor was arrested on a charge of operating under the influence. He was brought to the Bar Harbor Police Department and released on bail.

A woman was warned for erratic driving after reportedly speeding and making bad passes on the Eagle Lake Road on April 30.

The evening of April 30, police responded to a noise complaint at a Newton Way residence to find everything quiet. Nonetheless, police made the tenants aware of the town ordinance on noise.

Police responded to a construction noise complaint at a Main Street business the morning of May 1.

A dead deer reported alongside Knox Road on Friday morning appeared to have been struck by a vehicle, although no one had reported an accident. Police contacted the Highway Department to remove the deer.

A 2010 Volkswagen Tiguan operated by Griffin Costello-Sanders, 20, of Bar Harbor was heading south on Eden Street Friday afternoon when it reportedly struck a deer that had entered the road. There was minor front-end damage to the vehicle. The deer ran off into the woods.

Police assisted a man who had locked his keys inside his vehicle Friday night.

Late Friday night, responding to a noise complaint at a Cottage Street residence, police asked the tenant to keep the noise down.

Police directed traffic around a vehicle stuck in a soft shoulder of Eagle Lake Road on Saturday. The vehicle got stuck while attempting to make a u-turn. The car was able to get back on the road without damage.

Police marked an abandoned vehicle on Newton Way with a 72-hour notice on Saturday.

A Bar Harbor ambulance operated by Daniel Puckett, 34, of Bar Harbor was southbound on Main Street after leaving the hospital Saturday afternoon when it reportedly struck the side mirror of a parked 2010 Toyota Tundra last operated by Dean Paine, 49, of Bar Harbor. The mirror popped out of its housing but was reportedly intact.

Police asked the residents of a School Street apartment to turn down their music in response to a noise complaint Saturday afternoon.

While conducting OUI detail Saturday evening, police summonsed Melvin Stokes, 56, of Milford on a charge of operating after suspension.

Police checked on an alleged drug deal off Mount Desert Street Saturday night but did not find anything illegal going on.

Police checked on a man sitting in his car near Kings Creek on Saturday night. He was waiting for the tide to be right for elver fishing.

Police conducted an OUI detail Sunday evening, warning four drivers for various offenses and ticketed Anthony Scirbona, 32, of Bar Harbor for driving an unregistered motor vehicle.

Southwest Harbor

Police received a report April 30 about a possible home repair fraud. The complaint is under investigation.

A man was reported to be making threats at a local business May 2. He was given a trespass notice and advised not to return to the business.

Police responded to a report May 2 that someone had stolen a YETI cup from the Southwest Food Mart. As a result, Darrin Cobb, 32, of Houlton was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.

Vandalism was reported at a residence off Clark Point Road Monday. Officer Franklin Burke said several holes were found in the side of the house and a window had been broken, apparently by a BB gun. The incident is under investigation.

Cranberry Isles

Deputy Chris Sargent is investigating an Islesford man’s May 2 complaint that another Islesford man is threatening him.

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