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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 19

Trooper Donald Webber stopped Billy Jo Sherman, 29, of Liberty on Route 3 in Liberty. Sherman was summoned for operating after suspension.

April 20

Webber stopped a vehicle on Route 3 in Montville for a vehicle defect. Webber identified a passenger in the vehicle as 26-year-old Joshua Freeman of Liberty. Webber determined that Freeman was on probation and conducted a roadside probation check, locating a 30-miligram Oxycodone tablet in Freeman’s belongings. Freeman was arrested for unlawful possession of Oxycodone, and was also placed on a probation hold by Probation Officer Matt Magnusson.

Trooper Luke Cunningham summoned Shawn Grosekemper, 41, for assault. Grosekemper had a dispute with another male at his residence on Knights Pond Road in Northport. The assault allegedly involved Grosekemper’s grabbing the other man by his shirt.

April 22

Cunningham investigated a burglary in Montville. A man who is the caretaker for a camp off South Mountain Valley Highway reported the break-in. The camp had been broken into by prying off the lock. Police report several fishing poles, canoe paddles and hunting knives were taken. There are no suspects at this time.

April 23

Troopers Bethany Couturier and Webber conducted a warrant check on Ruben Delaquila, 38, on Choate Road in Montville. Delaquila had an active warrant for unpaid fines and fees from prior charges of operating after suspension and violation of conditional release, according to police, and he was arrested and taken to the Waldo County Jail.

April 24

Webber stopped Katie Matthews, 23, of Searsmont on Route 105 in Appleton for operating an unregistered vehicle. Webber also determined that Matthews was operating without a license, and she was summoned for operating an unregistered vehicle for more than 150 days and for operating without a license.