Seven charged in underage drinking bust at Lamoine snowmobile clubhouse

Posted April 22, 2014, at 3 p.m.

LAMOINE, Maine — Seven people are facing charges, five of them for alleged underage drinking, after police found them at a local snowmobile clubhouse, according to police.

All seven have been charged with criminal trespass, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department indicated in an incident summary report.

Members of the Hancock County Underage Drinking Task Force found the people in the Frenchman Bay Riders Snowmobile Club’s building on the evening of April 19 while on an alcohol enforcement detail, police wrote in the report. The small party of people, all between the ages of 16 and 20, was at the clubhouse off Asa’s Lane “without permission and were [allegedly] drinking inside,” the report indicated.

Arthur Herbest, 19, of Hancock, was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and violating conditions of release. People charged with criminal trespass and possession of an alcohol by a minor include Robert Hall, 19, of Hancock; Logan Leathers, 20, of Trenton; Aimee LeTarte, 18, of Ellsworth; Alex Malone, 18, of Gouldsboro; and Anna Rinaldi, 18, of Mariaville.

A 16-year-old girl from Mount Desert, whose name has not been released because she is a juvenile, was charged with criminal trespass but not with possession of alcohol, police indicated.

 

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