Waldo County Sheriff’s Office beat

Wed, 11/29/2017 - 1:45pm

    The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following activity Nov. 10-17. An arrest or summons does not imply guilt.

    Nov. 2 (late entry)

    Wayne L. Curtis, 37, of Brooks, was arrested for criminal mischief on Morgan Pitch Road in Brooks.

    Nov. 10

    Deputy David Wight responded to the scene of a single vehicle accident on Marsh Stream Road in Frankfort where the operator of a 1999 Subaru fell asleep at the wheel. The vehicle initially ran off the roadway onto the right shoulder, waking the driver who then overcorrected, causing the Subaru to cross over the center lines and off the left side of the roadway. The vehicle then rolled over, coming to rest on the driver’s side. The vehicle was towed. The driver, who was wearing a seatbelt, was uninjured.

    Deputy David Wight responded to the scene of a two vehicle accident on North Main Street in Winterport where the operator of a 2011 Hyundai had slowed to make a left turn, with their left turn signal activated. The driver reportedly decided to turn right instead, this resulted in a collision with a 2011 Jeep that was attempting to pass by on the right. The Hyundai was towed from the scene due to disabling damage. The operator and three minor passengers were all uninjured. The operator of the Jeep was also uninjured.

    Nov. 11

    Deputy David Wight responded to the scene of a single vehicle accident on Route 1 in Stockton Springs where a vehicle traveling eastbound failed to begin to negotiate a slight left bend in the road. The driver of the 2004 Toyota then overcorrected the vehicle to the left, then back into the right lane where the vehicle traveled over a curb before sideswiping a utility pole and its guy-wire. It ultimately came to rest against an unoccupied vehicle parked in a private driveway. The Toyota was towed and the driver sustained possible injuries to the arms. The parked vehicle, a 1995 Ford, reportedly had no observable damage.

    Nov. 13

    A Levant minor was issued a summons for operating after suspension on Route 3 in Palermo.

    Nov. 17

    Matthew J. Brennick, 37, of Northport, was issued summonses for forgery (two counts), theft of lost, mislaid, or mistakenly delivered property, and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (two counts), stemming from an incident Nov. 10.

    Nov. 18

    Deputy Cassandra McDonald responded to the scene of a deer vs. vehicle accident on Route 3 in Searsmont. The driver was uninjured and the vehicle sustained functional damage.

    Deputy McDonald responded to the scene of a two vehicle accident on Lincolnville Road in Bangor. The driver of a 2012 Toyota was stopped at the intersection with Searsmont Road when they proceeded through a stop sign, striking a vehicle turning left from Route 3. That vehicle, a 2002 Pontiac, sustained functional damage to the passenger side door. The driver was uninjured. The driver and a passenger in the Toyota were both uninjured. The vehicle sustained functional damage.

    Michael L. Miller, 60, of Winterport, was arrested for violating conditions of release and violation of a protective order on Clark Road in Winterport.

    Nov. 19

    Deputy McDonald responded to the scene of a two vehicle accident on Swan Lake Avenue where a vehicle making a left hand turn was struck by a vehicle attempting to pass. The operator of a 2016 Chevrolet was traveling in the 50 mph zone when another vehicle pulled out of a private driveway and into their path, leading to a collision. The operator stated when the 2009 Ford pulled out in front of them it was traveling at a low rate of speed and they did not think they would be able to brake in time, leading them to attempt to pass the vehicle on the left. While the Chevrolet was passing, the Ford attempted to make a left hand turn, causing the crash. The drive of the Ford reportedly told McDonald that after pulling out of the residence they realized they had forgotten something and were attempting to turn around at the time of the crash. The driver of the Chevrolet was uninjured and the vehicle was towed from the scene. The operator of the Ford complained of pain and the vehicle was towed from the scene.

    Deputy McDonald responded to the scene of a one vehicle accident on Augusta Road in Belmont where a 2006 Chevrolet left the roadway on the right side before striking a telephone pole. The operator left the scene prior to McDonald’s arrival, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.

    Erica Thoms can be reached at news@penbaypilot.com