No charges yet in domestic incident

TREMONT — State police responded to a report of a domestic abuse situation in Tremont midday Saturday. Mount Desert police assisted by attempting to locate the victim. The incident remains under investigation, Lt. Rod Charette said.

On multiple occasions last week, deputies checked Hodgdon Road in Tremont, which has had an ongoing parking problem, police said. However, officers haven’t witnessed any issues.

Mount Desert

Two people were warned for sleeping in a parked car on March 19. They were made aware of a municipal ordinance against camping in town but were allowed to remain there for the night and promised to move along in the morning.

Officers conducted a distracted driving detail on March 21 and warned several motorists for distracted driving. Jeffrey Servetas, 26, of Hancock was summonsed for failure to provide evidence of insurance and failure to register a vehicle for a period of 30-150 days.

Cars were reportedly parked in a manner that prevented snow removal on Oak Hill Road and Sylvan Street on March 22.

State police prompted local police to search for a sex offender who had not submitted required paperwork on March 22. Officers learned that the subject was dead.

Patrick Ford, 38, of Trenton was cited for failure to register a motor vehicle 30-150 days after expiration.

Officers responded to a report of a raccoon attacking chickens on Friday. The report was referred to the Maine Warden Service.

Bar Harbor

Police visited a residence after parents asked if an officer could speak to their son, who was reportedly having a temper tantrum on March 19. An officer was able to calm the child down.

A verbal domestic dispute was reported by a neighbor on March 21. Two people were yelling when officers arrived. No charges were brought.

A 2005 Honda driven by Michael Mandell, no age given, of Ellsworth slid off of the road on Eden Street on March 22. No injuries were reported, but the car sustained damage to its front fender.

A wheel reportedly snapped off of a car on Friday after it hit a pothole at the corner of Eagle Lake Road and Cromwell Harbor Road.

A car parked in the Mount Desert Island High School parking lot was reported damaged Friday. The passenger side of a 2017 Subaru belonging to Alec Fisichella, 17, of Bar Harbor appeared to have been hit while the car was parked. School surveillance video footage did not show the collision.

A 2000 GMC truck driven by Ronald Graves, 66, of Bar Harbor was apparently struck by an unknown vehicle while at the Bar Harbor Transfer Station on Friday. The right rear portion of the vehicle was damaged.

A distracted driving detail was held on Saturday. The officer issued six warnings for speeding, tailgating and distracted driving.

A 2010 Dodge minivan driven by Daniel Venable, 58, of Tremont reportedly struck a deer Saturday on Route 102. The front bumper of the van was damaged. The deer ran off into the woods after the collision.

An off-duty officer came across a vehicle off the road on Norway Drive early Sunday morning. Joshua Heikkinen, 38, of Bar Harbor failed to negotiate a turn, according to reports. After roadside sobriety tests, officers arrested Heikkinen for operating under the influence. He was bailed from the station.

An officer was assigned escort detail on Sunday for a parade celebrating the MDIHS drama program’s recent Class A State Drama Festival championship.

A 2013 Mitsubishi driven by Catherine Walton, 65, of Bar Harbor was struck in the Hannaford parking lot by a 2006 Honda driven by Michael Heyman, 50, of Lamoine. Walton was reportedly backing out of a spot when the collision happened. Walton’s vehicle sustained rear driver-side damage, and Heyman’s vehicle sustained passenger-side damage.

Citations were issued to Elizabeth Bunker, 28, of Bar Harbor and Joseph Allen, 31, of Bar Harbor on Sunday for failure to license dogs.

Southwest Harbor

Bar Harbor police assisted the police here by warning a Bar Harbor resident not to have contact with another individual.

A hose reportedly fell off of a fire truck on Sunday. Officers returned the hose to the fire department.




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