Waldo County Sheriff's blotter
Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff's Office reported the following recent activity.
Steve Bibeau, 51, of Lewiston, was headed east on Route 3 when he lost control of his vehicle, sending it spinning off the road, rear end first, on the opposite side of the road. The vehicle then traveled down an embankment and came to rest on its side up against a tree. Searsmont Rescue responded to the scene to treat Bibeau, who was complaining of pain in his arms. Bibeau's passenger, 35-year-old Dorthy Hardy, was not injured in the crash.
Timothy Justin Hanscom, 33, of Swanville, violating conditions of release.
Rachel Poore, 39, of Belfast, aggravated furnishing in schedule Z drugs (marijuana), probation violation.
Katelyn Willis, 18, of Orono, was traveling on Monroe Road in Winterport just after 9 p.m. and had stopped at a stop sign. Willis later told police she had difficulty seeing past a snow bank that was situated on the roadside. Willis stated to pull out into the intersection of Monroe and Lebanon Roads as a second vehicle, operated by 56-year-old Jane Worster of Frankfort, was traveling through the intersection. Worster hit Willis' vehicle in the side. Willis was not hurt, and Worster complained of pain but the accident report showed she was not transported to a hospital by ambulance. The responding officer, Deputy Daniel Thompson, noted in his report that the visibility is poor at that intersection due to the snow bank's position on the side of the road.
Isaac Dorrity, 18, of Winterport, was traveling north on Baker Road in Winterport just before 9 p.m. Dorrity later told officers he was driving too fast for the road conditions when he rounded a corner and lost control. The vehicle skidded off the left side of the road and struck a tree on a lawn. Dorrity was not injured.
Natasha Saucier, 31, of Brooks, assault.
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.