Searsport police blotter

Oct 15, 2012

Searsport — Sept. 27

Everett Johnson, 60, of Cape Elizabeth, was summoned for speeding for driving 40 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Travis Spencer, 21, of Belfast, was summoned for speeding for driving 63 mph in a 45 mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance.

Sept. 28

Shauna Pomeroy, 28, of Searsport, was summoned for speeding for driving 50 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Henry Chalmers, 73, of Belfast, was summoned for speeding for driving 38 mph in a 15 mph school zone.

Laurie Ireland, 51, of Swanville, was summoned for speeding for driving 41 mph in a 15 mph school zone.

Sept. 29

Whitney Cunningham, 20, of Belfast, failure to provide proof of insurance.

John MacDonald, 68, of Stockton Springs, was summoned for speeding for driving 43 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Nicole Carbisiero, 28, of Monroe, operating under the influence.

Oct. 2

Dorothy Bormet, 61, of Searsport, was summoned for speeding for driving 30 mph in a 15 mph school zone.

Oct. 3

Melissa Brown, 37, of Frankfort, was summoned for speeding for driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone.

Kiel Lemieux, 21, of Monroe, failure to register a motor vehicle greater than 30 days but less than 150 days.

Oct. 6

David MacDonald, 59, of Searsport, inspection sticker violation.

Oct. 9

Stephen Shay, 61, of Cambridge, Mass., was summoned for speeding for driving 38 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Oct. 11

Sharon Goguen, 62, of Belfast was summoned for speeding for driving 33 mph in a 15 mph school zone.

John Dodge, 34, of Jackson, was summoned for speeding for driving 24 mph in a 15 mph school zone.

Oct. 12

Robert Johnson Jr., 50, of Searsport, obstructing government administration.

Oct. 13

Monica Damon, 37, of Stockton Springs, inspection sticker violation.

Charles Seekins, 22, of Searsport, violating conditions of release.

James MacMillan, 60, of Belfast, operating under the influence.

Readers are reminded that 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 at criminal proceedings.

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