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 April 22 and April 28. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.
Trooper Corey Smith charged Syria Martin, 34, of Belfast, with domestic violence assault as a result of an investigation that began April 10.
Police arrested Douglas Pagliaroli, 43, after conducting a bail check on him. Pagliaroli had benzodiazepines in his system and was taken to Waldo County Jail, where he was held without bail.
Smith and Trooper Benjamin Sweeney responded to a residence in Freedom for a report of a person who was suicidal. The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office assisted.
Smith charged Trevor Parker, 20, of Arundel and Burnham, with unsworn falsification, failure to report accident by quickest means and failure to notify owner of a property damage accident. The incident was under investigation since Feb. 3 in Burnham. Parker’s father, Troy Parker, 45, of Arundel, was charged with unsworn falsification and failure to report accident by quickest means.
Sergeant Patrick Hood summoned Joshua Flood, 36, of Jackson, for failing to report an accident by quickest means after he had been involved in a motor vehicle crash April 19 in Brooks.
Hood summoned William Burrows, 19, for operating without a license and failure to display an inspection sticker.
Trooper Evan Teel warned a caller for harassment after receiving a complaint from a resident in Unity.
Police arrested Danielle Walsh, 33, on a warrant for unpaid fines out of Penobscot. Walsh was taken to the Waldo County Jail.
Trooper James MacDonald charged Randy Hubbard, 40, with operating under the influence and operating without a license after Hubbard nearly struck MacDonald’s vehicle as it turned off Route 220.
MacDonald arrested Andrew Matt, 25, on two active warrants after stopping Matt’s vehicle on School Street in Unity because Matt was not wearing a seat belt. Matt was taken to the Waldo County Jail.
Smith assisted the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office with finding a juvenile who ran away from a treatment facility in Morrill.
Smith responded to a family dispute in Swanville. The involved parties were separated and no other issues were reported. The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office assisted at the scene.
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.