Maine State Police

Two summoned following accident

ELLSWORTH — The Maine State Police charged a Blue Hill man who allegedly made an evasive turn after seeing a trooper at an accident scene on Western County Road in Penobscot Saturday.

Cpl. Dan Ryan summoned Timothy Gundersen, 40, on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant.

Ryan also summoned a young Castine man in connection with the Penobscot accident.

Jacob Ripton, 18, was charged with failure to report an accident by quickest means.

More summonses

Trooper Owen Reed summoned Kathleen Delaney, 18, of Stonington on a charge of operating without a license after a stop in Deer Isle March 29.

Reed summoned Craig Golden, 36, of Lamoine on a charge of criminal speeding Friday in Deer Isle. Golden was allegedly traveling 101 miles per hour in a 45-mph zone, police said.

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