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Old Town and Orono police logs Aug. 9-15


Around 10 a.m. on Aug 10, Officer Ruel Libby stopped a car on Stillwater Avenue that had no license plates.

The driver, Jane Dorr, 20, of Alton said the vehicle hadn’t been registered since she owned it, according to the report. She was given a summons for operating an unregistered motor vehicle and a Sept. 24 court date.

Around 2 a.m. on Aug 12, Officer Tyler Young stopped a car for speeding along Stillwater Avenue. The driver, Christopher Smith, 34, of Virginia, said that he was in the area visiting friends. Young later discovered that Smith’s license had been revoked and he didn’t have a Maine license. He issued Smith a court summons for operating a motor vehicle without a license. He’s due in court Sept. 24.


Around 10:30 p.m. on Aug. 12, Officer Adam Oko issued a summons to Michael Francis, 34, of Calais for possession of a scheduled W drug after finding oxycodone pills in his backpack. Oko had initially responded to a complaint of a family fight between Francis’ parents and his wife at a local campground. Oko discovered there was an active warrant out on Francis and later found the drugs while arresting him. Francis was taken to the Penobscot County Jail for the active warrant and given a court summons for the drug charge. He was bailed out that night and is due in court Oct. 8.

At 11 p.m. on Aug. 12, Officer Sarah Angelo issued a summons to Jason Umbehr, 20, of Orono for charges of operating a motor vehicle without a license and violation of restrictions. She stopped Umbehr at The Avenue apartment complex after following him from campus. Angelo observed him blow through a stop sign, according to the report. She also noticed that he seemed under the influence of alcohol and had him do a field sobriety test. He was under the .08 limit but was given a summons for violating his license restrictions as he was under the age of 21. Umbehr is due in court Sept. 24.

Around 2 a.m. on Aug. 14, Angelo arrested Gregorios Dimoulas, 21, of Orono for operating under the influence of alcohol. She stopped Dimoulas near Main Street after noticing that his car had an expired registration. Dimoulas apparently was not making sense and smelled like alcohol, according to the report. He did poorly on a field sobriety exam and was taken back to the police station for an intoxilyzer test, but was not cooperative. Police then took Dimoulas to St. Joseph Hospital for a blood test, but the results were not immediately available. Angelo charged Dimoulas with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence and took him to the Penobscot County Jail where he was later bailed out and given a Sept. 24 court date.

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