BELFAST — The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported one speeding violation and the following recent activity.

Aug. 8
Sharon A. McKee, 57, of Morrill, summoned for operating under the influence for a incident that occurred April 3.

Aug. 3
Michael Embry, 22, of Swanville, summoned for possession of schedule W drug.

Aug. 5
Nickolas G. Philbrick, 25, of Frankfort, violating conditional release and operating after suspension.

Aug. 1
Tyler Ginn, 25, of Winterport, summoned for leaving the scene of a crash and operating an unregistered vehicle.

Christopher LaPointe, 35, of Swanville, arrested and summoned for unlawful sexual touching, domestic violence assault and unlawful possession of a scheduled drug.

July 30
Bernard Dale Ginn, 61, of Winterport, arrested and summoned for domestic violence terrorizing with a dangerous weapon and domestic violence aggravated assault.

July 29
John Devine, 29, of Stockton Springs, summoned for leaving the scene of a crash and violating conditions of release.

July 28
John Devine, 30, of Stockton Springs, summoned for violating conditions of release.

July 25
Hunter Longley, 20, of Lincolnville, summoned for operating a vehicle not within licensed class.

Nickolas Philbrick, 25, of Frankfort, arrested and summoned for violating conditions of release and refusing to submit to arrest.

July 21
Samuel M. Kohler, 31, of Searsmont, arrested and summoned for unlawful possession of a schedule Y drug, operating under the influence and violating bail conditions.

Steven F. Harding, 61, of Waldo, summoned for criminal mischief.

July 14
Brittany N. Gainer, 32, of Searsport, summoned for unlawful possession of a scheduled drug.

Dakota K. Wing, 23, of Stockton Springs, summoned for unlawful furnishing of scheduled drug.

Devin Strong, 27, of Plymouth, summoned for exceeding the speed limit by 30 mph (criminal speed).

Robert Greatorex Jr., 31, of Winslow, summoned for exceeding the speed limit by 30 mph (criminal speed).

July 8
A 17-year-old minor, of Winterport, summoned for possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, possession of marijuana by a minor and illegal transportation of drugs by a minor.

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.

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