Maine State Police blotter

Dec 26, 2012
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Augusta — Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County between Dec. 18 and Dec. 23. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664

Dec. 18

Trooper James Macdonald charged James West, 33 with displaying a fictitious inspection sticker. Macdonald stopped West’s vehicle on Main Street in Unity for loud exhaust and an expired inspection sticker. Upon further investigation, Macdonald discovered West had a prior inspection sticker violation that occurred before the expiration date of the sticker on his windshield. West admitted to taking the windshield off of another vehicle and putting it on his vehicle.

Dec. 20

Sgt. Patrick Hood investigated a harassment complaint in Brooks. The complaint is still under investigation.

Trooper Evan Teel investigated a theft on Dodge Road in Burnham.

Teel and Trooper Bethany Robinson responded to a residence in Unity for a probation and warrant check. Sean Ludden, 41, was arrested on an active warrant.

Dec. 22

Robinson responded to a report of criminal mischief from a resident of Unity who complained a vehicle drove onto his lawn and over his driveway. The complaint is still under investigation.

Police responded to Unity for a complaint of an intoxicated man on Juneberry Lane waking residents during early morning hours and causing a disturbance. Police made contact with the male and issued trespass and harassment notices protecting the resident.

Trooper Corey Smith received a report from a Troy man that he had been kidnapped, which he determined was false.

Dec. 23

Trooper Donald Webber summoned Damian Bucklin, 27, of Lincolnville for non-criminal operating after suspension and for a seatbelt violation.

Webber summoned Erin Rocha, 25, of Palermo for possession of marijuana and a seatbelt violation.

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.

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