SANFORD – The following people were arrested or charged by Sanford Police Aug. 30 to Sept. 9:

• An 11-year-old was issued a summons charging assault on Perkins Court.

• Franklin E. Ellison, 63, Springvale, was arrested on a warrant on Main Street.

• Tony I. Atienna, 37, Sanford, was issued a summons charging assault on Spruce Street.

• Monica Tidwell, 30, transient, was arrested on a warrant on Heritage Crossing.

• Heather Ashley Mullen, 32, Sanford, was arrested on a warrant on Gregory Drive.

• Lindsey Madore, 37, Sanford was arrested and charged with operating under the influence and operating a vehicle without a license at the intersection of Bates and Emery streets.

• George E. McCarthy, 58, Sanford, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on New Dam Road.

• Warren E. Stone, 23, York Beach, was issued a summons charging he left the scene of a property damage accident at the intersection of Alfred Road and School Street.

• Shaun Patrick Knight, 34, Sanford, was issued a summons charging he drove an unregistered vehicle on Main Street.

• Denver I. Beeler, 35, Sanford, was arrested on a warrant on Proulx Court.

• John Alan Charron, 24, Acton, was arrested and charged with violation of a protection from abuse order, violating conditions of release and refusing to submit to arrest on Main Street.

• Crystal L. Beeler, 33, Sanford, was issued a summons on Church Street charging she drove while her license was suspended.

• Michael Scott, 22, West Gardiner, was issued a summons on Laurel Court charging he drove while his license was suspended.

• Jason J. Hartzell, 46, Shapleigh, was arrested on a warrant on Main Street.

• Homer Harrington, 36, transient, was arrested and charged with domestic violence assault on Heritage Crossing.
Christopher Allen Verrill, 58, Acton, was arrested and charged with domestic violence assault on Hillsdale Street.

The Journal Tribune publishes police logs derived from 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.

— Senior Staff Writer Tammy Wells can be contacted at 780-9016 or [email protected]

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