Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County between May 26 and May 31 Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.

May 31

Trooper Benjamin Sweeney stopped a vehicle on Upper Oak Hill Road in Swanville for an inspection sticker violation. The driver, Michael Aiguier, 38, of Frankfort, had a suspended driver's license. Aiguier was charged with operating after suspension and the vehicle was towed from the scene.

May 29

Police responded to Belmont for a reported domestic incident. Following an investigation, Meredith Greene, 34, was arrested and charged with domestic violence assault and violating conditions of release.

May 28

Troopers assisted the Belfast Police Department find Christopher Patten, 44, of Northport. Patten had a warrant for his arrest and was also wanted for questioning by Belfast police about the theft of coins from a local jeweler that day. Patten was found in Northport and arrested.

Trooper Sweeney responded to Branch Mills Road in Palermo for a motor vehicle crash. The cause of the crash is unknown at this time and is still under investigation.

Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock stopped Sean Sprowl, 24, of Liberty, on Route 3 in Liberty for speeding. Wesbrock found several marijuana pipes and useable amount of marijuana in the car. Sprowl was charged with sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of a useable amount of marijuana.

Trooper Bethany Robinson stopped a vehicle on Route 3 in Palermo for having a defect. Calvin Travis, 21, of Palermo, was in possession of a fictitious inspection sticker and was summoned for the offense. About 10 minutes later, Travis passed Robinson, who was conducting a traffic stop, in a different vehicle and failed to slow down or move over. Travis was stopped again and summoned for the traffic infraction.

May 27

Trooper Desiree Wuthenow received a report of a gas drive off at Wentworth's in Northport. The store has since been paid the amount due.

May 26

Trooper Wuthenow received a report of a theft from a gravestone in Liberty. The complainant reported that two potted plants had been taken off of her father's grave stone at Hunts Cemetery in Liberty. The incident is still under investigation.

Police responded to North Palermo Road in Freedom for a suspicious vehicle seen on the property. An investigation revealed the detached garage had been forcefully entered. The incident is still under investigation.

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.