Winter Harbor fireplace chief arrested on theft, forgery prices

Winter Harbor’s fireplace chief of the previous eight years was arrested Monday after being indicted final week by a Hancock County grand jury.

Tatum McLean, 51, was indicted Friday on prices of forgery, unsworn falsification and theft by misapplication of property, in line with the Hancock County District Lawyer’s Workplace. The unsworn falsification cost is a misdemeanor however the forgery and theft prices are every Class C felonies.

Particulars of the fees weren’t obtainable Monday. Paperwork weren’t obtainable on the Hancock County Unified Legal Court docket clerk’s workplace, and District Lawyer Robert Granger declined to remark past confirming the indictment.