Bangor police are investigating three burglaries to motor vehicles that occurred Wednesday night in the vicinity of the Bangor Mall. Two people reported that their cars were burglarized while they were at the movies at Hoyt Cinemas. Another woman reported that her car was burglarized while she was at Doug’s Shop’n Save on Bangor Mall Boulevard. In each case stereos were ripped from the dashboards of the vehicles.
A resident of an apartment on High Street in Bangor reported to police that someone cut away a window screen and entered her apartment between 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and 1:30 a.m. Thursday. The woman’s suitcases were stolen.
A 75-horsepower boat motor was reported stolen from a residence on Essex Street in Bangor. The motor was valued at $200.
Albert Tenney, 21, of Kenduskeag, was summoned by Bangor police and charged with being an habitual offender. He was scheduled to appear in 3rd District Court on Aug. 30.
Frank Francis, 27, no address available, was arrested early Thusday morning by Bangor police after he was caught allegedly breaking into cars on Second Street. Officers Lewis Woolly and John Heitmann reported that they caught Francis in a car at an apartment house on Second Street. The glove compartment had been opened and its contents thrown about the car. Further investigation revealed that other cars in the area also had been burglarized, but nothing appeared to be missing. Francis was charged with burglary to a motor vehicle and was taken to Penobscot County Jail. He was scheduled to appear in 3rd District Court on Sept. 9.