Rockport police blotter

Dec 11, 2012

Rockport — Rockport police reported the following activity for the time period ending Dec. 11:

Nov. 28

Chantal J. Barter, 23, of Friendship, speeding 50 mph in a 35 mph posted zone.

Jessie J. Moulton, 27, of Newport, insurance violation.

Yvette M. Tarbox, 47, of Cushing, insurance violation.

Nov. 29

David E. Walls, 21, of Cushing, failure to register a motor vehicle, 30 to 150 days past due.

Nov. 30

Andrea P. Rosen, 25, of Brunswick, speeding 52 mph in a 15 mph posted zone.

David Fisher, 60, of Augusta, speeding 41 mph in a 15 mph posted zone.

Dec. 1

Jocelyn D. Callahan, 54, of Lincolnville, speeding 68 mph in a 45 posted zone.

Dec. 2

Gregory Rogerson, 31, of Camden, violating condition of release.

Dec. 3

Katherine Chase, 66, of Warren, operating motor vehicle with an expired license, less than 90 days past due.

Ralph R. Jones, 24, of Belfast, operating after suspension.

Dec. 4

April B. Watson, 33, of Cushing, insurance violation.

Wilfred B. Slader, 59, of Union, insurance violation.

Dec. 5

Carlie C. Cloyd, 47, of Camden, failure to register a motor vehicle.

Joshua W. Farrar, 25, of Liberty, inspection violation.

Dec. 6

Kevin H. Davis, 45, of Camden, failure to register a motor vehicle.

Michael Catalano, 29, of Thomaston, inspection violation.

Joshua Boyer, 32, of Union, seat belt violation.

Dec. 7

Joshua J. Weston, 30, of Belfast, operating after suspension.

Forrest H. Dow, 50, of Sedgwick, failure to register a motor vehicle.

Regina A. Knight, 56, of Belfast, inspection violation, insurance violation.

Dec. 8

Kimberly Clarke, 51, of Rockland, insurance violation.

Calan Bragg, 17, of Appleton, insurance violation.

Dec. 9

Todd A. Knowlton, 29, of Thomaston, insurance violation.

Taylor A. Shields, 18, of Rockport, speeding 51 mph in a 30 mph posted zone.

Niomi Ecker, 22, of Rockland, operating after suspension, insurance violation.

Dec. 11

Sarah A. Wetzig, 32, of Lincolnville, inspection violation.

Randy B. Smith 62, of Waterford, failure to stop at a stop sign.

Gail E. Palmer, 70, of Camden, failure to stop at a stop sign.

An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at some later criminal proceeding.

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