Arrests and Summonses

first_img Latest Posts Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Bio ELLSWORTH – The following individuals were arrested and/or summonsed in Hancock County in recent days:Angela Reckner, 31, of Cherryfield, failure to report an accident by the quickest means, failure to maintain control of a motor vehicle, failure to stop at a stop sign, inspection and insurance violations.Eric Snow, 44, of Verona Island, assault, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct.Rachel Dwyer, 39, of Sullivan, outstanding warrant charging her with defaulting on payment of a fine.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMicaela Spohrer, 18, of Orland, operating without a license.Derek Conner, 25, of Bucksport, criminal mischief, Superior Court warrant charging domestic violence assault.Kevin Purnell, 50, of Ellsworth, violating a protection order and violating conditions of release.David Harriman, 58, of Brooklin, domestic violence assault, operating while under the influence and operating beyond license restrictions.Boy, 17, criminal speeding.Derek Connor, 25, of Bucksport, warrant.Phillip C. Russell, 42, of Verona Island, warrants.Stephanie Barber, 27, of Ellsworth, theft.Roland C. Coffin, 56, Otis, driving a vehicle with an unsecured load.Brittany A. Robbins, 20, of Hancock, operating after suspension.Craig Strout-Desmond, 25, of Ellsworth, violation of bail.James Stanton, 48, of Ellsworth, operating after suspension.Boy, 17, of Ellsworth, assault.Amanda Austin, 39, of Franklin, possession of a usable amount of marijuana.Boy, 16, operating after suspension.Anthony Elkins, 26, of Ellsworth, violation of bail.April Brooks, 39, of Ellsworth, operating after suspension.Wenda Warrington, 43, of Ellsworth, violation of condition of release and harassment by phone.Derek T. Benson, 20, of Southwest Harbor, possession of usable amount of marijuana, speeding, inadequate tire.Robert L. Harden, 47, of Hancock, operating without a valid license, speeding, insurance violation.Gideon Knapp, 38, of Ellsworth, operating without a valid license.Ralph E. Colson IV, 20, of Otter Creek, imprudent speed.Stephen P. Montminy, 54, of Bar Harbor, imprudent speed.Ellen R. Tice, 59, of Orland, seat belt violation.Angela D. Tobey, 38, of Sedgwick, speeding.Vaughn M. Hitchcock, 18, of Ellsworth, speeding.Rebecca Curtis, 62, of Waldo, speeding.Shepard B. Erhart, 70, of Franklin, speeding.Timothy Thomas, 52, Northeast Harbor, speeding.Sally Aman, 70, of Brooklin, speeding.Paul Janeczko, 67, of Hebron, speeding.Bianka Fuksman, 43, of Franklin, speeding.Scott G. Davis, 42, of Bar Harbor, criminal trespass, domestic violence.Eric St. Denis, 24, of Bar Harbor, violating bail conditions.Annette Marie Coffron, 50, of Bar Harbor, warrant for failure to appear for a theft charge.Jessica D. Wiken, 31, of Bar Harbor, OUI.Luiz C. Gabetta, Jr., 42, of Bar Harbor, operating after suspension.David Savage, 18, of Tremont, possession of a useable amount of marijuana.Michael L. Conners, 29, of Bass Harbor, operating after suspension.Jason Norwood, 17, of Bar Harbor, operating at an imprudent speed.Zachary D. Jordan, 19, of Ellsworth, unnecessary acceleration.Daisy M. Merchant, 32, of Sullivan, speeding.Joann Dunton, 31, of Tremont, operating after suspension.Margaret Soctomah, 29, of Hancock, operating after suspension.Adam Norwood, 22, of Southwest Harbor, speeding.James Kimball, 34, of Ellsworth, speeding.For more police & court news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014center_img Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Fenceviewer Staff Town report wins award – October 11, 2014last_img read more

Quadri Fortifies T/Tennis Squad

first_imgThe arrival of Table Tennis whizkid, Aruna Quadri has boosted the morale of his teammates as well as other Nigerian officials as the semi final of Team Event strokes off.In the absence of Quadri, Segun Toriola piloted the team to berth in the semi finals which automatically guarantees a medal in the ongoing Commonwealth Games  in Gold Coast, Australia.Toriola was overwhelmed yesterday when he said at the Games Village that they’ve been fortified by the arrival of Quadri.‘’We’re set to go in our events with the arrival of Quardri. His presence alone will ginger us not to talk of when he joins forces with us to play’’, Toriola said.Also speaking yesterday, Coach Bello Nosiru said that Nigeria was at a touching distance for a medal and were buoyed with the arrival of Aruna Quardri.‘’We played so well without Quardri but now that he is around, we won’t look back for our quest for gold in the Team event and the singles’’, Bello said. Quadri is the highest ranking player competing at GC2018 and Nosiru is confident the 29-year-old will cope with the pressure at the event to make a podium finish.Quadri will be joined by Nigerian teammates Bode Abiodun and Segun Toriola, Azeez Jamiu and Olajide Omotayo in the search for Commonwealth Games men’s table tennis medals.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more