A Frankfort man who crashed his car the evening of May 30 while operating under the influence was sentenced to 15 days in jail and will have his license suspended.

William L. Rector, 70, was sentenced to 180 days in Waldo County Jail with all but 15 days suspended for operating under the influence with one prior conviction and operating a vehicle without license. He will also be on probation for one year, his license is suspended for three years and he will have to pay a $700 fine.

The charges against Rector are related to a May 30 incident in which police responded to a single-vehicle crash on Belfast Road in Knox. Waldo County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Jackson and Cpl. Darrin Moody responded to the crash, which occurred between Larrabee and Suitor roads, and determined Rector was impaired when his vehicle left the roadway and struck a utility pole.

Rector was not seriously injured in the crash and was arrested at the scene.