Two men in Maine face charges in allegedly assaulting two Census Bureau women 

Two men in Maine face charges in separate incidents for allegedly assaulting two women who were working for the U.S. Census Bureau.The Washington County Sheriff’s Department said 61-year-old Wesley Storer of Bar Harbor was charged last Monday for allegedly ripping an identification badge off a 50-year-old census worker’s lanyard and preventing her from leaving an apartment building he owns in Harrington.53-year-old James Swift of Brooksville was summoned Friday for allegedly assaulting a 60-year-old woman according to police.They say Swift is accused of grabbing the woman by the wrist and pushing her backward while she was preparing to leave Census papers on his door.