Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following recent activity:

May 24

Richard Odonnell, 21, of Palermo, furnishing liquor to a minor.

May 25

Richard Odonnell, 21, of Palermo, criminal mischief.

Amy Dickson, 20, of Hope, possession of liquor by a minor.

May 30

Jeffrey R. Gossell, 44, of Searsmont, domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing, criminal mischief.

Nicholas Hart, 26, of Prospect, domestic violence terrorizing.

Scott Hart, 41, of Brooks, was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines.

May 31

Christopher Beeton, 24, of Frankfort, unlawful sexual touching, furnishing liquor to a minor, violating conditions of release and a probation violation.

Douglas Noble, 22, of Belfast, violating conditions of release.

Laura Walsh, 26, of Belfast, violating conditions of release.

Dakota Durand, 20, of Brooks was arrested on warrants for failure to appear in court and failure to pay fines.

June 1

Grover C. Gallion, 39, of Winslow, speeding up while being passed.

Amanda Gallion, 22, of Winslow was summoned for speeding for driving 54 mph in a 45 mph zone.

June 2

Don E. Smith, 46, of Greene was following behind a line of vehicle while traveling south on Moosehead Trail Highway in Brooks in a 2005 Chevrolet. Dana M. Herbest, 23, of Troy was leading the line of traffic in his 2004 Chevy pickup. Smith reportedly attempted to pass the line of vehicles. Meanwhile Herbest was slowing down to make a left turn into a driveway. As Herbest was turning into the driveway Smith was in the process of passing and Herbest turned into the side of Smith’s vehicle. The impact sent Smith’s vehicle into a nearby guardrail, causing damage to the left side of the vehicle. No one was hurt in the crash.

Brendan Gilmore, 45, of Freedom, failure to yield upon entering a public way.

Benjamin Tyler, 19, of Searsmont, excessive brake acceleration noise.

June 4

Zane Cole, 32, of Belfast, failure to provide proof of insurance.

Readers are reminded that an arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in court.