Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following recent activity:

May 20

Cathy Hardy, 63, of Stockton Springs, inspection sticker violation.

May 18

David O’Clair, 38, of Northport, arrested for operating after revocation, violating conditions of release.

May 15

Cassandra G. Lucas, 26, of Liberty, arrested for domestic violence assault.

May 14

Andy V. Oakes, 61, of Winterport, arrested for assault, disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest or detention.

According to police, a neighbor complained about gunfire too close to a dwelling. The Sheriff's Office responded with Maine Warden Service. During the investigation, there was a physical confrontation between Oakes and a deputy.

May 13

Tanner J. Follet, 20, of Owls Head, exceeding the speed limit by 30 mph or more, N. Main Street, Winterport.

Sonya J. Whitcomb, 19, of Belmont, arrested for domestic violence assault.

May 12

Adam M. Damon, 28, of Stockton Springs, arrested at the request of his probation officer.

Harley R. N. Deane, 28, of Appleton, alleged speed 83 mph in a 55 mph zone, Route 3, Searsmont.

May 11

Annie Vonkres, 35, of Searsport, arrested on a warrant from Penobscot County courts.

May 9

Corey Field, 40, of Stockton Springs, arrested for violating a protection from abuse order.

May 3

Dustin Hodgdon, 32, of Unity, domestic violence criminal threatening, domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing.

According to police, Hodgdon threatened a family or household member with an axe.

May 2

Scott P. Steele, 44, of Winterport, aggravated forgery.

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 at criminal proceedings.