Waldo County Sheriff's blotter

Aug 09, 2018

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

Aug. 5

Dustin J. Hubbard, 26, of Benton, arrested for violating conditions of release (two counts).

Aug. 3

Michael Leavitt, 36, of Searsmont, operating after suspension, Bangor Road, Prospect.

Zachary J. Bennett, 31, of Knox, no proof of insurance, excessive and unnecessary brake/acceleration noise.

Aug. 2

Dawn Lavalley, 54, transient, arrested for criminal trespass.

Aug. 1

Joseph A. Frenette, 56, alleged speed 64 mph in a 35 mph zone.

July 31

Dustyn Wood, 28, of Brooks, arrested on warrants from Penobscot County and Waldo County courts for failure to appear.

Kevin J. Randall, 18, of Knox, arrested for terrorizing.

Michael E. Hawes, 29, from Bangor, was traveling east on Belfast Road (Route 137) in Knox, drifted onto the shoulder, overcorrected  and lost control. The car rolled at least once and came to rest on the driver's side. Hawes told police tire felt wobbly; however, police said there were no obvious signs of malfunction. No charges were filed.

July 30

John McDonald, 72, of Bangor, reportedly fell asleep and ran off the roadway on Albion Road in Unity. Police say the car hit a culvert and became airborne coming to rest in a hay field. No charges were filed.

July 29

Tavis M. Lettre, 32, of Palermo, operating under the influence, alleged speed 76 mph in a 50 mph zone, Route 3, Liberty.

July 28

Roger Morsey, 58, of Morrill, arrested on a warrant for reckless conduct.

Erick J. Warman, 29, of Unity, arrested for domestic violence assault, disorderly conduct (fighting).

July 26

Christopher Beeton, 30, of Belmont, arrested for gross sexual assault, sexual exploitation of a minor.

Police responded to a July 20 report from Maine Department of Health and Human Services stating that in 2016 Beeton had been in a sexual relationship with a then-13-year-old girl.

July 25

Charles Fletcher, 52, of Montville, arrested for operating under the influence, Belfast Road, Knox.

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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