Thomaston police blotter
Thomaston — The Thomaston Police Department responded to the following activity Nov. 1 to Dec. 3:
Paul Coster, 53, of New York was summoned for speeding 43 mph in a 25 mph zone.
Dezarae McPhee, 19, of Warren was summoned for negotiating a worthless check.
Lorretta M. Lynn, 31, of Rockland was summoned for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.
Cody M. Hooper, 21, of St. George was summoned for failure to show insurance.
Carrie Emerson, 35, of Friendship, was summoned for no inspection sticker and defective motor vehicle.
Jessica Arsenault, no age listed, of Rockland, was arrested for assault, operating under the influence and domestic violence criminal mischief.
Devin Davis, 27, of Friendship, was summoned for operating after suspension.
Kristina Winchenbach, 34, of Cushing was arrested for possession of drugs and operating after suspension.
Kurtis Bertrand, 19, of South Thomaston was arrested for terrorizing, criminal trespass and violation of probation.
Susanna Johnson-Berz, 30, of Saco was summoned for speeding.
A minor, 16, of Warren was summoned for speeding 84 mph in a 55 mph zone and carrying a passenger beyond license restriction.
Anthony Kaler, 40, of South Thomaston was arrested for violating bail conditions.
Emily Davis, 59, of Hope was summoned for speed.
Amber Lynn Grant, 24, of Rockland was summoned for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.
Jason Walsh, 31, of Thomaston was arrested for harassment.
Treavor Brooks, 22, a transient was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Tracy Hoppe, 40, of Owls Head was summoned for speeding 43 mph in a 25 mph zone.
Samantha Nash, 22, of Rockland was summoned for failure to report motor vehicle accident.
Michael Hall, 25, of Warren was summoned for failure to register vehicle.
Philip Moody, 33, of Lincolnville was summoned for unauthorized taking or transfer.
Jacquelyn Goldrick, 34, of Warren was summoned for speeding 44 mph in a 25 mph zone.
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.