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 Jan. 6 and Jan. 12. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.
Police charged Aron Fairbanks, 42, of Burnham with negotiating a worthless instrument as a result of an investigation into bad checks being issued at Troy General Store.
Trooper James MacDonald and Trooper Shawn Porter responded to Belmont for a domestic disturbance. Statements were collected and turned over to the Waldo County District Attorney's Office for review.
Troopers received a complaint of phone harassment from Searsmont. The complainant told police the call involved a possible scam from Publishers Clearing House. The complainant was told to tell the caller to stop contacting her residence and to get caller ID, so she wouldn’t have to answer the phone.
Police charged Michael E. Micklich, 41, for failure to register a motor vehicle expired greater than 150 days.
Trooper Stephen Morrell summoned Ira Bailey, 30, of Belmont for possession of drug paraphernalia after stopping Bailey’s vehicle for having a defect.
Police responded to Morrill for a report of a fight between a brother and sister. The brother and sister were contacted and the brother was issued a trespass notice informing him not to return to his sister’s residence.
Trooper Corey Smith responded to a residence in Liberty for a report of a suspicious person. An investigation revealed the person was a propane delivery driver who was unable to find the correct address for a nearby home.
Troopers responded to a home in Northport for a disturbance. An investigation revealed a mother and child were arguing. No evidence of a crime was found.
Smith investigated a telephone harassment complaint in Northport. The situation was resolved, as the parties agreed not to contact each other for the remainder of the night.
Police responded to Searsmont for a report of a domestic dispute incident. The complainant told police her ex-boyfriend from Rhode Island was calling and harassing her. The ex-boyfriend was contacted and warned for harassment.
Morrell summoned Eric Johnson, 39, of Morrill for a operating an unregistered motor vehicle greater than 150 days.
Morrell arrested Edwin Littlefield, 39, for unlawful possession of a schedule W drug. Passengers Dillon Smith, 18, and Ivory Young, 37, were charged with possession of a usable amount of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia.
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.