OLD ORCHARD BEACH — The Old Orchard Beach Police Department has released the names of individuals arrested or issued a summons from June 3 to June 9.

• Ian Blow, 31, of Saco, was issued a summons for operating with a suspended or revoked license.

• Jeffrey Cormier, 57, of Old Orchard Beach, was issued a summons for allowing a dog to be at large.

• Walter Munsen, 68, of Old Orchard Beach, was issued a summons for operating with a suspended registration.

• Marissa McInnis-Ramos, 18, of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, was arrested and charged with aggravated reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, domestic violence assault and minor possessing alcohol.

• Pamela Fitzgerald, 50, of Old Orchard Beach, was issued a summons for operating with a suspended or revoked license and violating bail conditions of release.

• Abass Hassan, 21, of Lewiston, was issued a summons for drinking in public.

• Devon Chabot, 28, of Sabattus, was arrested and charged with domestic violence assault.

• Roger Petit, 67, of Biddeford, was arrested and charged with operating under the influence and failure to make an oral or written accident report.

• James Dresser, 22, of Buxton, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

• Floyd Goding, 30, of Cape Elizabeth, was arrested on a warrant and also charged with violating bail conditions of release, refusing to submit to arrest or detention.

• Kaylee Ayres, 24, of Old Orchard Beach, was arrested and charged with six counts of assault.

• Alvira Kahn, 19, of Agawam, Massachusetts, was issued a summons for minor possessing alcohol.

• Leah Perry, 22, of Mexico, Maine, was issued a summons for drinking in public.

• Diane Iriah, 37, of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, was issued a summons for drinking in public.

• Jonathan Dupee, 26, of Biddeford, was issued a summons for failing to make an oral or written report.

• Gabriel Luka, 21, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant.

The Journal Tribune publishes police logs derived upon information sent to the newspaper by law enforcement agencies. Arrests and summons issued by police do not constitute guilt, they are a charge issued by a law enforcement agency and individuals are considered innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Staff Writer Liz Gotthelf can be reached at 780-9015 or by email at [email protected].

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