BUCKSPORT — Officers issued numerous warnings in the past week to motorists who are still driving with studded tires on their vehicles. Studded tires are allowed in Maine between Oct. 1 and May 1.
Officer Benjamin Kolko arrested Christopher Mitchell, 31 of Verona Island on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant on Route 46 May 11.
Officer Kayla Brooks arrested David Rowland, 29, of Stonington on charges of violating conditions of release, operating after suspension and improper plates by false identification on Main Street May 9.
On Route 1 May 10, Barcellos Nascimento, 26, of Rockland was arrested on a warrant charging failure to appear.
Officer Ryan Welch summoned Brandon McKeen, 24, of Searsport on a charge of failure to inform law enforcement of a concealed firearm on the River Road May 14.
Deputy Police Chief David Winchester summoned Gertrude Lawrence, 39, of Skowhegan on charges of operating after suspension and speeding May 10 on Route 46.
Officer Gerald Lowe on May 10 summoned Melody Parlin, 58, and Megan Millett, 33, both of Bucksport, on one count each of theft by unauthorized taking.
Natasha Schenk, 35, of Northeast Harbor was summoned on a charge of speeding 67 miles per hour in a 45-mph zone on Route 46 May 10.
Officer Robert Findlay summoned Jack Connolly, 18, of Brooksville on a charge of speeding 70 mph in a 45-mph zone on Route 46 on May 12.
Melissa Tozier, 37, of Northport, was summoned on a charge of operating using a cellphone without a hands-free device May 14 on Route 1.
Jay Esprit, a transient, was arrested on charges of violating conditions of release, operating after suspension, probation violation and failure to give correct name/date of birth May 14 on Route 1. In the same incident, police summoned Erin Curtis, 37, of Searsport on charges of possession of a suspended license and drug possession.