Maine State Police Troop D blotter: Fake inspection stickers, OUI arrests

May 21st, 2014 by admin Leave a reply »

AUGUSTA— Maine State Police Troop D reported the following activity May 5-11. Troop D is responsible for Maine’s Midcoast, including Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Waldo, and Knox counties, the southern half of Kennebec County and part of northern Cumberland County. The troop also patrols Interstate 295, from Brunswick to Gardiner. The troop’s complement includes a lieutenant, three sergeants, 25 troopers and a secretary. An arrest or summons does not imply guilt.

May 4

Troopers Nicolas Gleeson and Niles Krech stopped a vehicle on I-295 in Gardiner for a loud exhaust. Investigation revealed the passenger Joshua Burgess, 27, was in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, which was also a violation of his conditions of release. Burgess was issued summonses for the offenses.

May 5

Trooper Seth Allen stopped Amanda Maloon, 27, in Litchfield. Maloon’s Buick had a sticker that had been illegally printed and affixed to the windshield and she was issued a summons for displaying a fictitious inspection sticker.

Trooper Sweeney initiated a traffic stop on Route 202 in Dixmont for a speeding violation. Trooper Sweeney detected the odor of marijuana and further investigation revealed that the operator, Jason Robinson, 33, of Burnham, had a useable amount of marijuana and paraphernalia. Robinson was issued summonses for the offenses, including a citation for speeding.

May 6

Troopers James Moore and James MacDonald responded to a 911 hang up on Western Ridge Road in Palermo. The caller, Dominique Haver, 23, said that her 3-year-old son had accidentally dialed 911. Haver said nobody else was there and would not let the police

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