A 14-year-old boy visiting the University of Maine’s Fogler Library on Wednesday evening allegedly was seen exposing himself by a student walking by, who reported it to police.
Public safety officers, responding to the call, found the teen still exposed around 5:30 p.m., Joe Carr, UMaine spokesman, said Thursday.
The teen was not arrested, but a public indecency charge may be pending, Carr said.
An intoxicated Bangor woman was arrested late Wednesday for criminal trespass after being told to leave a local bar and returning shortly afterward, Bangor police Sgt. Bob Bishop said Thursday.
When officers arrived at Carolina’s Sports and Spirits, located under the Joshua Chamberlain Bridge, around 10 p.m. they found Emily Herbold, 34, screaming at the bar’s bouncer.
She was told to leave and given a disorderly conduct warning and she did leave. She returned about 15 minutes later and continued to berate the bouncer, Bishop said.
Herbold was charged with criminal trespass and taken to Penobscot County Jail. She was released on bail shortly after arriving, a jail official said.