ROCKLAND —A 20-year-old Owls Head man was arrested Tuesday after driving a car onto the Rockland Golf Club course.

Nathan Poland was arrested and charged with operating an unregistered motor vehicle, leaving the scene of a property damage crash, operating under the influence of drugs, and two counts of violating a conditions of release.

The incident occurred around noon Sept. 14 when officers responded to a report of a vehicle driving on the Rockland Golf Course.  Upon arrival the operator and the vehicle had left the scene.  The Black Infinity sedan was later found in a driveway on North Main Street and the operator, Poland, was located a block away from the vehicle.

No one was injured.

The vehicle was towed from the scene.

Rockland Police Sgt. Ken Smith said the incident was not connected to the power outage that occurred at about the same time. Central Maine Power has not returned an email about what caused the outage in much of Rockland’s North End as well as portions of Rockport and Thomaston. Oceanside High School let students leave at noon because of the lack of power. Power was restored by 1 p.m.

A car suspected of driving onto the Rockland Golf Club course Sept. 14 is towed from a driveway on North Main Street in Rockland. Stephen Betts