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Maine State Police responded to the following calls from July 12 to July 25.

July 12

Trooper Scott Quintero responded to Route 131 in St. George for a motor vehicle crash. Daniel Whalen, 38, of Camden was operating a vehicle too fast for the location. Whalen was unable to negotiate a curve and crossed over the double yellow line, hitting a vehicle driven in the opposite direction by Matthew Lord, 38, of Richmond, Va. Lord was transported to Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport by St. George Rescue where he was treated and released. Whalen was summoned for his operation and released. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

Trooper Quintero responded to a report of a motor vehicle crash on Route 131 in South Thomaston. The trooper located Tiffany Milne, 30, of Waldoboro, who said she had been driving the vehicle. Milne said she had recently left the blues festival in Rockland and had been drinking. Milne performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was arrested, charged with operating under the influence and transported to the Knox County Jail.

July 13

Trooper Quintero responded to Dublin Road in South Thomaston for the report of underage people drinking alcohol. The trooper found several people around the house drinking alcohol. The home was found to be owned by Amelia Sukeforth. Sukeforth was summoned for furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol.

Trooper Quintero responded to Route 131 in Tenants Harbor for the report of a violation of a protection order. Upon further investigation it was determined that no violation of a protection order took place.

July 15

Trooper Quintero responded to 5 Main St. in Owls Head for the report of stolen mail from several mailboxes on Ingraham Drive in Owls Head. The investigation continues.

Trooper Quintero responded to Route 131 in St. George for the report of a motor vehicle crash. Joel Fishman, 63, of Rockland was operating a bicycle when he attempted to turn onto Route 131. Fishman pulled his bicycle in the path of a vehicle driven by April Feener, 29, of Rockland. Feener was unable to avoid a collision with Fishman. Fishman received injuries and was transported to Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport by St. George Rescue

July 16

Trooper Jeremy Wesbrock arrested Misti Dawn Turner, 29, on Route 73 in Owls Head on a warrant.

July 17

Trooper Patrick Hood was returning from a parade detail in Union when he met a vehicle traveling on Route 17 in Union at 103 mph in a posted 55 mph zone. The vehicle was out of sight for a few seconds because of the distance the high speed created. While out of sight, the vehicle lost control and struck a tree while attempting to turn onto a side street. The operator was identified as Wyatt Carpenter, 22. He was charged with criminal speed and released.

Trooper Quintero responded to a property damage accident on Route 131 in South Thomaston. A vehicle belonging to Lee Brown, 29, of Port Clyde was struck by a vehicle driven by Richard Nightingale, 70, of Bradenton, Fla. Nightingale’s vehicle was towed from the scene. Neither party needed medical attention.

July 22

Maine State Police, the Knox County Sheriff’s Office, the Maine Marine Patrol, and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency conducted a traffic safety check on North Shore Drive in Owls Head. Several violations were detected. Ross McMahan, 25, was issued a summons for unlawful possession of suboxone and possession of marijuana.

July 23

Trooper Scott Quintero stopped a vehicle on North Shore Drive in Owls Head. Nikki Whitman, 44, of Owls Head was arrested for operating under the influence.