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 Feb. 3 and 7. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.
Trooper Bethany Robinson and Recruit Thomas Bureau responded to a vehicle that went off the road on Route 1A in Winterport. Christopher Reynolds, 21, was summoned for failure to report by quickest means and operating without a license.
Trooper Corey Smith charged Zachary Barnett, 26, of Winterport with criminal mischief after investigating a report of damage to a vehicle on Stream Road in Winterport.
Troopers Donald Webber and Smith summoned Joshua Perry, 30, of Prospect for violation of conditions of release.
Police summoned Brad Swift, 21, of Stockton Springs for violation of conditions of release.
Trooper Stephen Morrell responded to a complaint that a large piece of construction equipment owned by L.E. Myers had been vandalized in Winterport. The vandalism complaint is still under investigation.
Trooper Morrell charged Allen Randall, 50, of Winterport with operating after suspension and operating an unregistered motor vehicle greater than 150 days.
Trooper Evan Teel assisted the Department of Health and Human Services with removing a one-month-old child from a residence in Swanville.
Trooper Shawn Porter summoned Casey Rairdon, 23, for operating a defective motor vehicle.
Trooper Porter summoned Joel Wentworth, 41, operating a defective motor vehicle.
Trooper Porter summoned Stephen Clements, 43, for operating an unregistered motor vehicle greater than 150 days and warned Clements for speeding.
Trooper Porter summoned Jason Skillings, 25, for operating after suspension and for a seat belt violation.
Trooper Porter summoned Aaron Seekins, 22, for operating a defective motor vehicle.
Trooper Teel summoned Amanda Lynn Pomeroy, 25, of Winterport for operating without a license.
Trooper Mark Ferreira summoned Lindrith Davies, 55, of Jackson for operating an unregistered motor vehicle greater than 150 days.
Trooper Scott Quintero and Recruit Bureau summoned Everett Holbrook, 37, for possession of drug paraphernalia. Jeffrey Dolloff, 47, was summoned for operator consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle on a public way.
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.