Waldo County Sheriff's blotter

Feb 19, 2013
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Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff's Office reported the following recent activity.

Feb. 11

Jamie Thomas was traveling south on Route 1 in Northport when she lost control of her vehicle. Thomas crossed the centerline and entered the northbound lane, where she met a vehicle operated by Danika Simmons, who was headed north. Simmons was unable to avoid hitting Thomas's vehicle and the two cars struck one another, causing damage to the left front corners of each of them. The Belfast Ambulance Service responded to examine Thomas and her passengers, and all were treated and released at the scene. Simmons was not injured. The accident was initially reported as a four-vehicle accident, but Lt. Jason Trundy said a third vehicle nearly missed becoming involved in the crash as it passed by.

Feb. 12

Derrick Basford, 23, of Troy, possession of a usable amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Trent King, 51, of Jackson, obstructing the report of a crime or injury, criminal mischief.

Feb. 13

Thomas Emery, 18, of Winterport, three counts of gross sexual assault.

Feb. 14

Athena Witham, 20, of Brewer, operator in possession of an open alcohol container.

Christian Walsh, 18, of Hampden, illegal possession of liquor by a minor, violating conditions of release.

Jamie Haskell, 36, of Palermo was headed south in a 2007 Chevrolet pickup on Rowe Road in Palermo when he failed to keep the truck in its proper lane. Haskell went off the east side of the road and hit several trees before the vehicle came to rest. Haskell was not injured.

Feb. 15

Dana R. Woods, 41, of Lincolnville, operating under the influence, violating conditions of release.

Theresa C. Crane, 44, of Albion was traveling south on Western Ridge Road in Palermo in a 2009 Saab SUV when a deer entered the road. Crane was unable to avoid hitting the animal.

Feb. 16

Margaret Liebman, 25, of Unity, operating after suspension.

Justin M. Bergeron, 18, of Hermon, operating after suspension.

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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