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 Oct. 28 and Nov. 4. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.
Trooper Bethany Robinson summoned Michael Lumb, 29, of Freedom for operating after suspension after stopping his vehicle on North Palermo Road.
Police responded to Depot Street in Unity for a criminal mischief complaint. The owner of the Depot Store told police a white truck backed up and struck a diesel pump's metal pole, which knocked it down and caused $250 in damage. The incident is still under investigation.
A plastic cow calf hutch was reported taken from a residence on Stevens Road in Unity. The hutch went missing the same night of a heavy windstorm and it was not located.
Aaron Booton, 24, was charged with possession of a usable amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after his vehicle was stopped on Main Street in Unity for having a headlight out. An investigation of the vehicle found two jars of marijuana, a pipe and a digital scale.
Police performed a warrant check on Matthew Hubbard, 31, at a residence on Town Farm Road in Unity. Hubbard was located in the residence and arrested on an outstanding warrant. Hubbard’s girlfriend, Bonnie Lauren Tevepaugh, 30, also was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Trooper Adam McNaughton received a call requesting an escort for the caller’s girlfriend in Unity. The female believed she might have problems at the residence with her ex-husband; however, the ex-husband was not at the residence and had moved out. No further assistance was required.
McNaughton responded to Shibles Road in Knox for kids throwing rocks at vehicles. The kids and parents were located and spoken to.
Police responded to a suspicious complaint in Jackson. The complainant reported someone was squatting in a house she owns in town, but no one is supposed to be in the residence. The complaint is still under investigation.
Trooper Jonathan Russell summoned P.J. Plummer, 38, of Burnham for operating after license suspension after stopping his vehicle on Basford Road in Detroit for an expired registration.
Trooper Benjamin Sweeney summoned Angie Huff, 33, of Unity for operating a vehicle on another individual’s registration.
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.