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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.

Jan. 3

Troopers Jonathan Russell and Jonah O’Roak responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Warren Lane in Morrill. Investigation revealed it was a verbal argument, there was no assault and no charges were filed.

Jan. 4

Trooper Luke Cunningham and Detective Jason Andrews responded to a report of a domestic dispute in Northport. Investigation revealed the female stated there was no assault and no charges were filed. Waldo County Sheriff’s Office assisted.

Jan. 5

Trooper Bethany Couturier investigated a report of a vehicle passing a stopped school bus on Route 220 in Montville. The bus driver witnessed a vehicle passing the bus while children were getting on it. Couturier is attempting to locate the driver.

Couturier responded to a report of an out-of-control elderly female on Trues Pond Road in Liberty. When Couturier arrived, the 98-year-old female was calm and was taken to Waldo County General Hospital for assistance.

Jan. 6

O’Roak investigated a report of a burglary and theft at a residence on Moody Mountain Road in Lincolnville. The complainant reported someone had stolen a check. Investigation led to Adam Dodge, 22, who was arrested for burglary, theft, forgery and violating condition of release.

Russell stopped Bradley Ginn, 21, on Route 1 in Northport for speeding. Ginn was summoned for operating after suspension.

Trooper Shawn Porter summoned Robert Studley, 37, for operating after suspension on Rowe Road in Palermo.

Jan. 7

Cunningham investigated a report of the theft of a 20-pound propane tank from a residence on the Swamp Edge Road in Lincolnville. The investigation continues.

Jan. 8

Cunnigham and Trooper Elisha Fowlie responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Main Street in Liberty. Investigation revealed an argument between a mother and her 45-year-old son. The argument was verbal only and there was no assault. The son was given a ride to a friend’s house for the night.

Trooper Donald Webber stopped Shawn Grosekemper, 40, of Northport on Route 52 in Northport after clocking him at 77 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. Grosekemper was summoned for criminal speed.

Sgt. David Tripp stopped Joseph Grant, 36, on Route 3 in Belmont after clocking him at 76 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Grant was summoned for criminal speed.

Jan. 9

Cunningham and Fowlie responded to a report of an assault on Roberts Shore Road in Liberty. Investigation revealed an altercation between two males. Neither had any injuries and no charges were filed.

Sgt. Tom Ballard and Troopers Chris Cunningham, Jason Madore, and Fowlie responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Level Hill Road in Palermo. It was reported that a female had pointed a rifle at her boyfriend. Further investigation revealed the altercation was verbal only and there was no criminal conduct involved.