Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.

Oct. 5

Trooper Benjamin Sweeney received a report of a car versus deer crash in which the vehicle sustained significant damage. Sweeney charged Jessica Rolfe, 25, of Waldo, with failing to make a motor vehicle accident report.

Oct. 4

Trooper Desiree Wuthenow received a complaint of a theft in Waldo. An investigation determined a female juvenile stole $342 in cash from her sister. The juvenile's legal guardian stated she has had issues with stealing in the past and wanted to press charges. The juvenile was charged with theft by unauthorized taking.

Trooper Wuthenow received a report of a theft on Waldo Station Road in Waldo. The incident is still under investigation.

Sgt. Patrick Hood responded to a residence in Lincolnville for suspicious activity. A neighbor called police to report seeing two vehicles, one with a trailer, pull into the yard of a residence while the homeowner was in the hospital. An investigation determined Adam Gray, 24, was at the residence with his girlfriend. Gray was arrested for violating conditions of release.

Oct. 2

Trooper Bethany Robinson received a report of bad checks from Freedom General Store. An investigation determined Lisa Ryder, 45, of Morrill, passed several checks throughout Waldo County. Ryder was summoned for the known bad checks and the incident is still under investigation.

Sept. 30

Trooper Thomas Bureau responded to a theft in Liberty. The complainant reported her small red trailer was taken off of her property. The theft is still under investigation.

Sept. 29

Trooper Sweeney arrested Ashley Bonin, 31, on an active warrant.

Trooper James Moore received a traffic complaint regarding an erratic driver headed east on Route 3 in Palermo. Moore stopped Sharon Werner, 65, of Belfast, and later summoned her for operating under the influence of a narcotic.

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.