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Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following recent incidents in Waldo County. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 1-800-452-4664.

May 8

Trooper Bethany Couturier responded to Stream Road in Winterport for a reported burglary. Trooper Couturier investigated the case and reportedly found out who had entered the home. When told who that person was, the homeowner did not want to pursue charges.

Trooper Couturier responded to Pirates Cove in Stockton Springs for a reported theft of copper from a seasonal residence. The investigation is ongoing.

Trooper Couturier responded to Harris Road in Stockton Springs for a neighborhood dispute. All parties were warned for disorderly conduct.

May 10

Trooper Elisha Fowlie received a compliant from the On the Run Store in Winterport, stating that 13 pizzas had been ordered and made, but nobody came to pick them up. The store was advised the matter was a civil issue, and it was suggested that possibly a pre-pay requirement on large orders should be in place.

May 14

Trooper Couturier responded to Seabreeze Lane Trailer Park in Winterport for a report of people fighting. Two parties were warned for disorderly conduct.

Trooper Couturier took a late report of copper being removed from a residence on Clark Road in Prospect. The investigation continues.

Trooper Jason Madore assisted Belfast Police Department on Swanville Road in Frankfort and located a missing juvenile, age 12. The boy was taken back to his legal guardian.

Trooper Madore responded to North Main Street in Winterport for a 911 hang-up call on a cellular phone. There was no emergency, as the investigation revealed the phone had been dialed by accident while in the caller’s pocket.

May 15

Troopers Bethany Couturier and Shawn Porter responded to Harriman Road in Swanville, in response to a report of an intoxicated female in the residence. All parties were warned for disorderly conduct.