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

July 16

Sarah L. George, 26, of Albion, operating after revocation, intentional failure to give correct name, address and/or date of birth.

David Schermerhorn Jr., 25, of Norwood, Mass., possession of a usable amount of marijuana, attaching false plates.

July 18

Ronald C. Carter, 49, of Jackson was headed east in a logging truck on Littlefield Road in Brooks when he noticed some low-hanging telephone cables. Carter later told police it appeared that another truck had already struck the cables and pulled them down before he passed through. When Carter came back through with a full load of logs, he looked in his mirror and saw a telephone pole snapping and then saw wires dropping in front of the truck. Police noted in the accident report that it appeared that the wire wrap used to bind the heavier telephone cables together became caught on the rear stake pole of the log truck, which resulted in the breaking of two telephone cables and two poles. The wire from the cables also severed the hydraulic lines to the boom. The accident caused between $10,000 and $15,000 worth of damage to the power lines, telephone poles and cables. The truck sustained between $200 and $300 worth of damage, according to the report. The responding officer, Deputy James Porter, noted in his report that a lack of maintenance on the part of Fairpoint Communications “was the primary factor” in this incident.

Timothy Eggen, 37, of Belfast, violating conditions of release.

July 19

Kevin Wood, 26, of Brooks, was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines and fees.

July 21

A 16-year-old juvenile male from Winterport was charged with operating after suspension and driving to endanger.

Tiffany Conners, 41, of Winterport, permitting unlawful use.

Jeffrey Harvey, 52, of Bangor, assault, violating conditions of release, refusing to submit to arrest or detention.

July 22

Amanda Ivey, 28, of Searsmont, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.

David Morin, 30, of Northport, terrorizing, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, violating conditions of release.

July 23

Matteo Adragna, 53, of Belfast, aggravated assault.

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.