Waldo County Sheriff's blotter

May 17, 2018

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

May 13

Steven Maker, 46, of Brooks, endangering the welfare of a child.

May 11

Carol Stover, 67, of Searsmont, improper passenger, Main Street, Liberty.

Susan L. Cocci-King, 47, of Bangor, alleged speed 62 mph in a 45 mph zone, N. Searsport Road, Swanville.

May 10

Joshua K. Drinkwater, 39, of Northport, failure to give notice of accident by quickest means.

Ryan C. Lefebvre, 29, of Liberty, prohibited contact with a minor – sex offender restricted zone, Main Street, Liberty.

According to police, Lefebvre was volunteering as an assistant coach for a youth baseball team that was practicing in Liberty. A parent recognized Lefebvre from the sex offender registry and called police.

Tyler H. E. Dustin, 23, of Warren, alleged speed 64 mph in a 45 mph zone, New England Road, Searsmont.

May 9

Timothy L. Crockett, 56, of Unity, indecent conduct.

Crockett was reported to police by a woman, who said she was walking along a road when Crockett pulled up next to her in a truck and asked if she wanted to see his genitals, which he then showed her. She took a photo of the truck and called police.

Samuel R. Hoad, 38, of Winterport, arrested for violating protection from abuse order.

May 8

Kelby R. Bullock, 38, of Brookings, Ore., operating after suspension, Route 3, Morrill.

Joseph F. Cammelieri, 55, of Appleton, inspection sticker violation.

May 6

Glenn Hughgill, 51, of Albion, expired registration.

May 5

Geoffrey Guist, 32, of Swanville, expired registration.

Louis A. Rancourt, no age or residence given, arrested on a warrant from Kennebec County courts.

May 2

David J. Smith, 49, of Unity, arrested for disorderly conduct, harassment.

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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