WELLS – The following arrested or charged between July 16 and July 21 in Wells.

Flavio Jeres, 32, of Brockton, Massachusetts, was summonsed for Operating Without a License after he was stopped for speeding on Route 109 in the High Pine area. He is to appear in York District Court on Sept. 17.

Albert F. Smith, 51, of Philadelphia, Mississiippi, was summonsed for Failure To Register Vehicle after being stopped on Post Road for not displaying any rear registration plate. He is to appear in York District Court on Sept. 17.

Jennifer A. Brosius 29, of Wells, was arrested and charged with Operating Under The Influence after officers responded to a minor accident at Ocean and Bourne avenues where Jennifer had struck a pedestrian sign and a fire hydrant. She was not injured. She is to appear in York District Court on Aug. 20 and was released on $300 bail.

Douglas B. Gaines 34, of Wells was arrested on a Wells Warrant of Arrest charging Negotiating a Worthless Instrument Class B after a lengthy investigation by Wells Police Officers. Gaines was unable to post the $50,000 bail placed on the warrant and was transported to the York County Jail in Alfred. While at the Wells Police Department, Gaines was issued a separate criminal summons charging Negotiating a Worthless Instrument Class B. He is to appear in Alfred Superior Court on Sept. 6.

Paige M. Ladlow of Wells. was charged with Minor Consuming Alcohol after she arrived at the Wells Police Department to speak with officers on an unrelated matter. She is to appear in York District Court on Sept. 17. and  was released to a parent.

Douglas Gaines was issued a criminal summons charging Negotiating a Worthless Instrument Class B while at the Wells Police Department. He is to appear in Alfred Superior Court on Sept. 6.

Cynthia Ann Arago 69, of Seakonk, Massachusetts, was arrested and charged with Operating Under The Influence of Alcohol after officers stopped her on Post Road following up on a citizen complaint of her being intoxicated and seen leaving a local restaurant. She was able to post the $200 bail. She is to appear in York District Court on Sept. 17.

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.