Waldo County Sheriff's blotter

Feb 08, 2018

Law enforcement officials with Waldo County Sheriff's Office reported the following recent activity:

Feb. 5

Joshua E Goslee, 35, of Knox, domestic violence assault.

Feb. 4

Sheriff's deputies responded to three crashes involving icy roads Feb. 4:

Melissa Brown, 29, of Belfast, lost control of her car and spun into a snowbank on Route 137 in Knox. She and two passengers were uninjured.

Ronald Fogg, 61, of Searsmont, lost control of his truck on Route 131 in Searsmont as a result of driving too fast for road conditions and went into a guardrail. His truck then crossed the centerline and crashed head-on with a car driven by Daren Martin of Union, who was traveling with one passenger. All three occupants reported possible injuries.

Amber Walker, 30, of Bangor slid off North Searsport Road and hit a tree after she reportedly moved over to keep a safe distance from an oncoming vehicle and hit a patch of black ice. She and five children onboard were uninjured.

Feb. 1

Frederick M. Thomas, 31, of New Sharon, seat belt violation, School Street, Unity.

Ryan Hamilton, 40, of Burnham, alleged speed 37 mph in a 15 mph zone, School Street, Unity.

Cameron P. Grey, 23, of Westport, Mass., alleged speed 53 mph in a 25 mph zone, Quaker Hill Road, Unity.

Jan. 29

Arich Hawes, 20, Winterport, inspection sticker violation.

Jan. 27

Olivia E. Carpentier, 22, of Troy, expired registration, no proof of insurance, no inspection sticker.

Matthew R. Gibson, 34, of Swanville, arrested for domestic violence assault.

Kenneth Corson, 45, of Northport, arrested for operating under the influence.

Jan. 25

Willard G. Rogers, 22, of Liberty, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon.

Police described this as a road rage incident, in which Rogers allegedly pointed an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle at another motorist while driving on Route 3.

Thomas D. Heaberlin, 35, of Unity, possession of schedule X drugs.

Jan. 24

Troy Applegate, 42, of Monroe, operating after suspension, violating conditions of release.

Jan. 23

Nicholas C. Winters, 19, of Lincolnville, disorderly conduct, possession of liquor by a minor/consumption.

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

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