Bangor police arrested two men described as transients after responding to a noise complaint Monday night at a Court Street apartment.
One of the men, Dillan Springer, 18, was arrested for being in possession of alcohol, which was a violation of the conditions of his release from a previous arrest, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said Tuesday. According to a Bangor Daily News story published in February, a Penobscot County grand jury has indicted Springer on two counts each of theft and possession of scheduled drugs and one count of burglary of a motor vehicle.
Edwards said police arrested Stafford Ryan Albino, 21, after he refused to sign a summons for furnishing liquor to a minor.
Edwards said that when police arrived at the apartment, they saw empties and several people who appeared to be under the legal drinking age. In addition to Springer, police found two teenage girls hiding in a bedroom.
Both men remained at Penobscot County Jail late Tuesday night, a jail official confirmed. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)
A Bangor man, who police say has at least two prior drunken driving convictions, allegedly racked up another one about midnight Sunday after he rear-ended a vehicle in front of Shaw’s on Main Street.
Darol Jon Kubert, 47, also was driving with a suspended license at the time, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said Wednesday.
Edwards said the driver of the vehicle that was struck by Kubert’s Grand Am complained of neck pain but declined medical treatment.
Kubert was charged with operating after suspension and felony operating under the influence because of his previous convictions for the same offense, Edwards said.
Kubert, who was taken to Penobscot County Jail after his arrest, remained there late Tuesday, according to a jail official. (Dawn Gagnon, BDN)