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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.

April 4
Trooper Luke Cunningham responded to a report of a domestic dispute in Swanville. His investigation revealed there had been a verbal argument, and that no assault had occurred. No charges were filed.

April 5
Trooper Jonah O’Roak arrested Frank Leathers, 25, on Smart Road in Belfast on an outstanding warrant. Leathers was taken to the Waldo County Jail.

April 6
O’Roak assisted the Searsport Police Department with processing evidence at a burglary scene on Pond Road.

Trooper Shawn Porter, while serving a subpoena to another individual, summoned Scott Brockelbank, 46, on Main Street in Stockton Springs for operating after suspension.

Trooper Donald Webber responded with EMS to Oak Hill Road in Swanville for a report of a 51-year-old male who had died at the scene. The case was determined to be an unattended death, and Lt. Gerard Madden said this week that police do not believe there was anything suspicious about the death.

Webber received an anonymous report of a violation of a protection order in Winterport. He went to the residence, located 34-year-old Eugene Horn there and arrested Horn for violation of a protection order. Horn was taken to the Waldo County Jail.

April 8
Webber received a report of a vehicle passing a stopped school bus on Swan Lake Avenue in Belfast. Webber located Kristy Jackson, 23, of Belfast, and summoned her for passing a stopped school bus with its lights flashing.

Madden and O’Roak spoke with staff members at the Mount View School complex in Thorndike on the subject of school safety.

April 10
O’Roak and Trooper Jonathan Russell responded to a report of a domestic dispute in Winterport. Their investigation revealed James Koehler, 56, had assaulted a woman. Koehler was arrested for domestic assault and taken to the Waldo County Jail.