Camden Police beat: Attaching false plates, speeding, insurance violations

Sun, 11/03/2019 - 12:30am

CAMDEN – Camden police reported the following activity from Oct. 19-30. An arrest or summons does not imply guilt. A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

Oct. 19

Thomas F. McKay, 29, of Lincolnville, was issued a summons by Officer Mark Bennett for operating after license suspension, failure to have insurance bond and failure to register motor vehicle 30 to 150 days.

Oct. 20

Sarah Mitchell, 21, of Camden, was issued a summons by Officer Sam Butler for speeding,

Bryan E. Clement, 22, of Camden, was issued a summons by Officer Wes Butler for expired inspection.

Kristin L. Halvorson, 47, of Brooklyn, was issued a summons by Officer Jonathon Morgan for failure to produce insurance.

Oct. 21

Keith Cafferata, 66, of Camden, was issued a summons by S. Butler for speeding.

David Wellman, 48, of Hope, was arrested by S. Butler for violating a condition of release and issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle while using a handheld electronic device.

Oct. 23

Joseph W. Tripp, 29, of Monroe, was issued a summons by Morgan for speeding.

Oct. 25

Brian D. Ferriera, 46, of Waldo, was issued a summons by Bennett for speeding.

Oct. 26

Charles S. Johanson, 30, of Thomaston, was issued a summons by Bennett for attaching false plates and failure to produce insurance.

Oct. 27

Max Mitchell, 38, of Belmont, was issued a summons by S. Butler for speeding and failure to produce insurance.

Oct. 29

John Ruth, 76, of Belfast, was issued a summons by S. Butler for failure to display current inspection.

Oct. 30

Jay Trenholm, Jr., 34, of Lincolnville, was issued a summons by S. Butler for speeding and failure to produce insurance.

Wyatt Parra, 22, of Lincolnville, was issued a summons by S. Butler for speeding.

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