Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
Sept. 26, Angelique C. Chase, 31, of Augusta was issued a summons for operating an unregistered motor vehicle, greater than 150 days, on Heath Rd., Whitefield, by Reserve Deputy Scott Mercier.
Thomas F. Brewer, 40, of Whitefield was issued a summons for failing to notify of motor vehicle accident, on Weary Pond Rd., Whitefield, by Reserve Deputy Scott Mercier.
Sept. 26, Ashley Deahl, 20, of Waldoboro was arrested for operating under the influence and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident, on Foster Rd., Bristol, by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
Travis R. Cost, 21, of Nobleboro was arrested for operating under the influence, on Rt. 130, Bristol, by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
Sept. 29, David J. Adams, 37, of Westbrook was arrested for operating under the influence – one prior and unlawful possession of scheduled drug, on Rt. 1, Edgecomb, by Sgt. Daniel Sceviour.
Sept. 30, Mark B. Smith, 51, of Sidney was arrested on a warrant out of Maine State Police for the charge of failure to pay fine or fee, on Everson Rd., Dresden, by Deputy Matthew Day.
Oct. 1, Joshua Colgan, 22, of Jefferson was arrested for operating under the influence – one prior, eluding an officer and possession of marijuana, on Bunker Hill Rd., Jefferson, by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
Sept. 29, Brenda Gallant, 55, of Wiscasset, speeding, 58 mph in a posted 35 mph speed zone, Gardiner Rd., Dresden, Maj. Ken Mason.
Sept. 30, Robert Campbell, 24, of Trevett, failure to display a front registration plate, Rt. 27, Southport Island, Sgt. Jason Nein.
Cyrstal Korzeniewski, 31, of Dresden, speeding 59 mph in a posted 35 mph speed zone, Gardiner Rd., Dresden – Maj. Ken Mason.
On Sept. 29, an accident occurred on Flagg Rd. in Jefferson involving Garrett B. Bourque, 42, of Jefferson. Bourque was traveling east when he became distracted and did not stop at the driveway of a house on Flagg Rd. As a result, he struck the house and his vehicle then flipped onto its left side, causing substantial damage to the house. Bourque’s 1992 Toyota sustained an estimated $2500 in damage. Deputy Peter Kenyon was the investigating officer.