A Winterport man with a suspended license earned new charges after he was involved in a North Main Street collision Wednesday morning, Nov. 6.

Deputies with the Waldo County Sheriff's Department charged 22-year-old Christopher Reynolds of Winterport with criminal operating after suspension and failure to yield the right of way upon entering a public way following the two-car accident, which occurred at about 8:30 a.m.

According to the crash report, Reynolds was headed east on Memorial Drive in a 2005 Nissan and was turning left to go north on North Main Street. Meanwhile, 36-year-old Joshua Nash of Herman was traveling south on North Main Street in a 2007 Ford SUV when Reynolds entered the roadway and struck Nash's vehicle.

The report stated both vehicles were towed due to front-end damage.

Attendants with the Winterport and Hampden Ambulance Services responded to the scene to treat both drivers, as Reynolds was bleeding as the result of injuries to his face and Nash complained of back pain at the scene.