Maine State Police blotter
Augusta — Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County between Aug. 5 and Aug. 11. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 1-800-452-4664.
Trooper Bethany Robinson summoned Brett Ginn, 29, of Jackson for operating with a suspended license. Molly Hauser, 26, of Jackson was arrested on multiple warrants.
Robinson responded to Troy Road in Burnham for a burglary at a construction site. Approximately $4,500 worth of equipment was stolen. The theft is still under investigation.
Trooper Christopher Smith responded to Bog Road in Troy for a report of criminal mischief. Wilbur Reynolds, 29, was summoned for criminal mischief.
Trooper Benjamin Sweeney responded to Brooks for a reported assault. The complainant reported she was moving out of a residence when a female attacked her. The incident is still under investigation.
Police investigated a metal theft from the railroad bed crossing at Crosby Brook Road in Unity. The theft is still under investigation.
Smith charged Matthew Reed, 28, of Orland with theft, burglary of a motor vehicle and criminal trespass after investigating a report of a break-in at Pike Industries Quarry on Hawes Bridge Road in Prospect. A number of stolen tools were recovered.
Police investigated a theft of scrap metal that was reported stolen from a vacant building in Freedom. The theft is still under investigation.
Police assisted with traffic control for a road race in Palermo for Palermo Days. Trooper Shawn Porter and retired Trooper Mark Nickerson, who brought the State Police 1942 Ford, were in the parade.
Porter responded to a threatening complaint from a complainant in Unity who heard the threat when she checked her voicemail. Louis Buttner, 57, was charged with terrorizing.
Police responded to North Dixmont Road in Troy for a reported threatening and trespassing complaint. Jeremiah Stevens, 60, was summoned for criminal threatening.
Police responded to School Street in Brooks for a reported domestic dispute. Peter Roberts, 61, was charged with domestic violence assault.
An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in court.