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Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County between Jan. 16 and Jan. 21. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 1-800-452-4664.

Jan. 16

Trooper Corey Smith arrested Austin Hannington, 19, of Monroe on a warrant obtained for operating under the influence and operating after suspension. This was the result of a motor vehicle crash Trooper Smith investigated on Dickey Hill Road in Monroe on Dec. 24.

Jan. 17

Trooper Stephen Morrell responded to an abandoned vehicle on Route 220 in Unity. The operator, Elizabeth Shapiro, 40, returned to the vehicle and advised she had run out of gas last night. A license check revealed that Shapiro’s license was suspended. She was summoned for operating after suspension and the vehicle was towed.

Jan. 18

Trooper Smith stopped a vehicle with an expired registration on Route 7 in Jackson and determined the operator had a suspended license. The driver was summoned and released. The operator immediately contacted the state Bureau of Motor Vehicles and his license was reinstated within the hour. He reported the suspension was a clerical error.

Jan. 20

Trooper Elisha Fowlie stopped a car on Route 3 in Palermo for speeding. The operator, Myron Witherell, 66, was impaired and was arrested and charged with speeding and operating under the influence.

Jan. 21

Troopers Benjamin Sweeney and Christopher Cyr and Waldo County Sheriff’s Deputy Matt Curtis responded to a possible domestic situation on Smithton Road in Freedom. It was determined that no assault had taken place and minor property damage had occurred. No charges were filed.