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Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County during the past week. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.

Dec. 19

Trooper Jonathan Russell responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Swan Lake Avenue in Swanville. The complainant reported her sliding glass door had been broken. Investigation revealed that it appeared a vehicle spinning tires had spun up and broken the glass doors. The case remains under investigation.

Dec. 20

Trooper Luke Cunningham investigated a report of multiple vandalism to mailboxes on Upper Oak Point Road and Cove Road in Winterport. Most of the mailboxes appeared to have been destroyed with a bat or similar object. The investigation is ongoing.

Trooper Shawn Porter stopped Derrick Degreenia, 23, on Route 1 in Stockton Springs for speeding. Degreenia was summoned for operating without a license. The following day Porter found out Degreenia was on probation. On Dec. 22 Porter received information on where Degreenia was working and Belfast Police arrested him for a probation violation.

Dec. 21

Cunningham investigated a burglary and theft on North Searsport Road in Prospect. The house had been empty since a fire in the home and the complainant reported items missing, including two chainsaws, a generator, jewelry and two tires. The investigation is ongoing.

Dec. 23

Trooper Elisha Fowlie stopped Carrie St. Clair, 44, on Route 3 in Morrill for an inspection violation. St. Clair was arrested on an outstanding warrant and taken to Waldo County Jail.

Dec. 24

Trooper Bethany Couturier stopped Bruce Evans, 30, of Belfast on North Main Street in Winterport for speeding and a defective exhaust. Evans was summoned for operating after suspension.

Couturier assisted Searsport Police with a domestic dispute on Mt. Ephraim Road in Searsport. Investigation revealed it was verbal only.

Couturier and Russell responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Switzer Springs Road in Prospect. Investigation revealed John Krueger, 28, of Prospect had assaulted an individual and left the residence. Bucksport Police stopped Krueger’s vehicle and held him for Russell. Krueger was arrested and taken to Waldo County Jail, where he was charged with domestic violence assault and domestic criminal mischief.

Webber stopped Daniel Maresh, 24, of Belmont on Route 131 in Belmont. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant and taken to Waldo County Jail, where he was also summoned for operating after suspension.

Russell and Couturier responded to a report of a family fight on North Searsport Road in Frankfort. Investigation revealed the argument was verbal only, involving a Christmas present that had mistakenly been thrown away.

Dec. 25

Couturier, Russell, Trooper Jonah O’Roak and Searsport Police conducted a safety check on Route 1 in Searsport. A total of 82 vehicles were checked. Numerous warnings were given for inspection, seatbelt and registration violations, as well as other vehicle defects.

Webber investigated a report of a hit-and-run pedestrian accident on Oak Hill Road in Swanville. A 50-year-old male reported he had been struck by an unknown vehicle while walking on the road. The male sustained a broken leg and minor hypothermia. The investigation is ongoing.

Porter stopped a vehicle on Route 1 in Searsport for a child not in a safety seat. Passenger Marty Ashworth, 36, was arrested on an outstanding warrant and taken to Waldo County Jail.

Dec. 26

Porter was parked on Route 1A in Stockton Springs when he observed Tiffany Hart, 21, drive by. Porter knew Hart was operating with a suspended license and stopped and charged her for such, as well as possession of a suspended license.

Webber investigated a report of a stolen vehicle on Back Brooks Road in Monroe. The complainant reported the theft of a 1998 Dodge Caravan. On Dec. 27, Waldo County Sheriff Scott Story located the van abandoned on Hall Hill Road in Brooks. The vehicle was returned to the owner and the investigation continues.