Waldo County Sheriff's blotter
Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff's Office reported the following recent activity:
Timothy G. Daly, 30, of Searsport, violating conditions of release, operating after suspension, failure to stop for an officer, eluding an officer.
Alisha Wilson, 19, of Searsmont, imprudent speed.
Amanda E. Fowler, 27, of Unity, operating after suspension.
Michael Robinson, 18, of Unity, unnecessary noise by acceleration.
Jeffrey Martineau, 20, of Unity was headed west on the Stevens Road in Unity just before 11 p.m. when a deer crossed into his lane of travel. Martineau could not avoid striking the animal and causing some damage to the 2000 Chevrolet he was operating, but Martineau was not hurt in the accident.
Jesse Dodge, 30, of Lincolnville, burning prohibited material.
Adam D. Clark, 28, of Gardiner, operating under the influence.
Tyler M. Gelo, 20, of Searsmont, operating an unregistered ATV.
Robert Hannington, 47, of Morrill, operating under the influence.
Phillip A. Kyser, 21, of St. George was traveling south on the Pattee Road in Monroe in a 2008 Toyota pickup. Kyser told police another vehicle that was approaching in the opposite lane at a high rate of speed forced him off the road, causing his vehicle to roll over and land on its wheels. Thought the accident report stated Kyser complained of pain in his legs and indicated medical personnel responded to the scene, there was no information in the report that stated whether Kyser was transported to a hospital. The report stated Kyser drove his vehicle for several miles to a friend's residence, where he called police to report the crash.
Phillip Dulude, 43, of Belfast, attaching false plates.
Rebecca P. Short, 33, of Brooks, inspection sticker violation.
Lisa Howie, 41, of Frankfort, operating after suspension, violating conditions of release, inspection sticker violation.
Maria G. Frazee, 37, of Stockton Springs, inspection sticker violation.
Tess J. Morrison, 20, of Belfast, inspection sticker violation.
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 in court.