Waldo County Sheriff's blotter

Nov 27, 2012
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Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff's Office reported the following recent activity:

Nov. 19

Anthony Jewett, 28, of Liberty, displaying a fictitious inspection sticker.

Thomas A. Thomas, 56, of Lincolnville, unsecured load on a vehicle.

Roger Whidden, 65, of New York, N.Y., failure to give notice of an accident by the quickest of means, leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

Nov. 20

Jamie L. Woodbury, 36, of Morrill was pulling out of Morrill General Store and crossing South Main Street to go on to Weymouth Road in her 2008 Chevy SUV. Woodbury later told police she did not see an approaching 2002 Dodge that was being operated by a 17-year-old juvenile male, who was headed south on South Main Street. Woodbury struck the front drivers' side fender of the Dodge. No one was hurt.

Nov. 21

Laurel Moryan, 34, of Freedom was summoned for speeding for driving 62 mph in a 35 mph zone.

Nov. 22

Rose Newton, 55, of Waldo, operator in possession of an open alcohol container in a motor vehicle.

Jeffrey Ward, 32, of Lake City, Fla., operating under the influence.

John Laveway, 40, of Searsport, operating under the influence, violating conditions of release and two counts of refusing to sign a summons.

Nov. 23

Catherine Finn, 55, of Belfast was summoned for speeding for driving 59 mph in a 40 mph zone.

Nov. 24

Ethan Harvey, 23, of Troy was headed north on the Detroit Road in Troy in a 1997 Ford at about 10:30 a.m. when he lost control of the vehicle while trying to avoid hitting an animal in the road. The vehicle skidded sideways off the right hand side of the road, hit a tree, spun 360 degrees and came to rest after striking several more trees. Unity Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to the scene to treat Harvey for a complaint of pain in his head. The accident report did not indicate whether Harvey was transported to a hospital.

Nov. 25

Jesse Newton, 25, of Waldo, violating conditions of release, violating a protection order.

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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