Waldo County Sheriff’s Office beat: assault, harassment, criminal mischief
BELFAST — The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following activity May 23-30. An arrest or summons does not imply guilt.
James P. Maher, 32, of Lincolnville, was issued summonses for assault and harassment by telephone or an electronic communication device on Camden Road in Lincolnville.
Aaron F. Filler, 28, of Brooks, was issued summonses for leaving the scene of a property damage accident and attaching false plates on Atlantic Highway stemming from an incident May 17.
Caleb J. Cross, 38, of Knox, was issued a summons for an inspection sticker violation on Route 137 in Knox.
Melissa A. Brown, 30, of Belfast, was issued a summons for assault on Waterville Road in Waldo.
Jonathan A. Berry, 47, of Lincolnville, was issued summonses for criminal mischief and driving to endanger on Route 1 in Northport.
Jacob Dorr, 24, of Bangor, was arrested for operating after suspension on Route 1A in Winterport.
Dylan A. Bucklin, 26, of Belfast, was issued a summons for an inspection sticker violation and failure to provide proof of insurance on Route 52 in Northport.
Lisa Littlefield, 38, of Searsmont, was issued a summons for an inspection sticker violation on Route 3 in Belmont.
Wayne Chadwick, 51, of South China, was issued a summons for speeding 44 mph in a 15 mph school zone on Main Street in Liberty.
Deputy Cassandra McDonald responded to the scene of a two-vehicle accident on Belfast Road in Knox where an operator failed to see an oncoming car when attempting to pull into traffic. The driver of a 2017 Toyota was pulling out of a convenience store where her view of traffic was reportedly obstructed by a parked truck, causing her to creep out into the road. The driver of an oncoming vehicle told officers she saw the driver of the Toyota and did not believe its driver could see her vehicle approaching and attempted to take evasive measures but the two vehicles collided. The Toyota struck the other vehicle, a 2005 Mercedes, on its passenger side door, with the Mercedes continuing on and sustaining additional damage when the Toyota’s front bumper dragged along its side. The driver and two passengers of the Toyota were uninjured in the accident as was the driver of the Mercedes.
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