MACHIAS — The Maine State Police arrested two motorists on charges of impaired operation in the past week.
Trooper Jeffrey Taylor arrested Patrick Farr, 35, of Addison on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant.
Taylor had stopped Farr for driving an all-terrain vehicle on a public way — on Route 1 in Harrington Saturday.
Taylor also arrested Daniel Ostberg, 30, of Cherryfield on a charge of OUI after the trooper stopped Ostberg for a seat belt violation on Route 1 in Milbridge May 27.
Police said Ostberg declined to take a Breathalyzer test.
Taylor summoned Joshua Cirone, 33, of Addison on a charge of operating after suspension May 28 after a traffic stop on Route 1 in Columbia.
Sgt. Jeff Ingemi summoned Allen Johnson, 33, of Beals on a charge of operating after suspension after a traffic stop in Harrington May 27.
Ingemi summonsed Kaleb Kenney, 19, of Columbia Falls on a charge of operating after suspension in Harrington May 27.
Cpl. Micah Perkins summoned Katheryn Ford, 60, of Connecticut on a charge of operating after suspension after a traffic stop in Baring May 24.
Maine State Police Trooper David Barnard arrested one person in connection with a robbery in Princeton May 24.
Barnard charged Crystal McPhee, 41, of Princeton with robbery, the state police said.
Perkins, Cpl. Chris Smith, Baileyville Police Officer John Preston and Indian Township Sgt. Matthew Dana assisted with the investigation.
Detective Jason Fowler charged three people who police said were involved in a road rage incident in Pembroke May 24.
Fowler summoned Eric Carson, 40, of Robbinston on a charge of driving to endanger.
Fowler summoned Kevin Brown, 43, of Pembroke on a charge of disorderly conduct.
The detective also charged Amy Barnes, 41, of Pembroke with disorderly conduct.
Perkins, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and the Pleasant Point Police Department assisted.