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Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following between June 30 and July 6.

June 28 (late entry)
Robert Peavey, 29, of Liberty was summoned for speeding 70 mph in a 45 mph zone on Route 220 in Liberty.

June 29 (late entry)
A driver was killed in a single-car accident at about 10:20 p.m. on Route 52 in Northport, after he lost control of his car. Police said speed was likely a contributing factor in the accident that resulted in the death of Scott N. Riley, 35, of Stockton Springs. According to police reports, Riley, who suffered head trauma during the accident, was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident. The 2008 Ford four-door Riley was driving was totaled. The crash, which is currently being reconstructed by Deputy Benjamin Seekins, is still under investigation by Deputy DanThompson.

June 30
Joel J. Prescott, 26, of Morrill was summoned for an inspection sticker violation.

Steven D. Bowden, 34, of Northport was summoned for an inspection sticker violation.

Michael Gushee, 48, of Liberty was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.

Kaleb Hills, 16, of Searsmont was driving west on Robinson Schoolhouse Road at about 5:40 p.m. when, upon turning at the intersection of Robinson Schoolhouse Road and Hartshorn Road, the vehicle he was driving, a 1998 Pontiac four-door, lost traction and spun — once to the right, and then back to the left. The car left the roadway and rolled over, coming to rest on its passenger side. Damage to the car was estimated at $5,000. Hills was not injured in the accident.

July 1
Ira Bailey, 28, of Northport was arrested on a warrant for failing to appear.

Nicholas G. Thibodeau, 20, of Blue Hill was summoned for an inspection sticker violation.

July 3
Dallas M. Hatch, 25, of Morrill was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and burglary on Route 7 in Jackson.

July 4
Jarrod D. Mehuren, 22, of Searsmont was summoned for an inspection sticker violation and for driving at an imprudent speed on Route 139 in Brooks.

A collision between a car and a motorcycle at about 10:10 a.m. on Route 100 in Burnham resulted in injuries for the motorcyclist and possible injury for the driver of the car. Marilyn Drohan, 32, of Middleborough, Mass., was pulling out of Ryan Road at the time of the accident. Both Drohan and her passenger reported to police that Drohan had stopped, looked both ways and proceeded to cross.

According to police reports, a large yard sale sign at the intersection partially blocked the view. Drohan’s passenger saw the motorcycle being driven by Gary Knox, 57, of Winslow at the last moment and told Drohan to “step on it.” Knox was traveling north on Route 100 and saw Drohan’s vehicle slow down and stop. Knox told police he thought they were going to stay stopped but that Drohan started to pull out. Knox said he applied his rear brake to slow down, but was unable to avoid striking Drohan’s car.

Both Drohan and Knox were taken to a nearby hospital. Drohan was taken to the hospital to be treated for possible injuries, while Knox was taken for a compound fracture of one arm and head injuries. Damage to the 2001 Nissan four-door Drohan was driving was estimated at $2,500, while damage to the 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle Knox was driving was estimated at $2,000. Drohan’s passenger was not injured.

July 5
Danielle A. Maxcy, 36, of Friendship was summoned for operating without a license, violation of condition of release, and for operating under the influence, with one prior conviction for operating under the influence.