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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.

June 10
Trooper Scott Quintero stopped Wayne Cousins, 38, of Belfast on Route 1 in Belfast for an expired inspection sticker. Further investigation showed that the registration on Cousins’ vehicle had expired more than 150 days previously. Cousins was summoned for both offenses.

Quintero stopped to speak with Annette Pollard, 35, of Belfast, after he had received a citizen’s report of a vehicle being driven erratically. Pollard was driving a motorcycle with falsely attached registration plates, had a suspended driver’s license and did not have a motorcycle endorsement. Pollard was summoned for false attachment, operating without a license and operating after suspension. Pollard’s motorcycle was towed from the scene.

Trooper Bethany Couturier responded to Stream Road in Winterport for a report of criminal mischief. A woman reported that someone had slashed all four of the tires on her car and had also slashed tires on a truck belonging to a man.

June 12
Quintero responded to North Searsport Road in Swanville for a car/deer crash. Nakoma Phillips, 30, of Frankfort, had struck a deer, causing minor damage to the vehicle.

Trooper Luke Cunningham arrested Daniel Robbins, 49, of Frankfort for operating under the influence after Robbins reportedly left the scene of a crash on Lilly Lane in Frankfort earlier that day. Robbins, according to police, has two prior OUI convictions.

Trooper Shawn Porter responded to Airport Road in Winterport for a criminal mischief complaint. A woman reported that four cars parked at her property had had their tires slashed.