Wells police report multiple arrests, summonses in March

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WELLS — Wells Police Department has reported a series of arrests and summonses throughout March, following various vehicle stops and investigations in the area.

Nathan Booth, 26, of Wells, was arrested for Operating Under the Influence (OUI) on March 2 after a disturbance in Ogunquit.

Booth posted bail and is set to appear in court on June 26.

Elise Pasquarello, 30, of Kennebunk, received a summons for Operating with a Suspended Registration on March 3.

She is also due in court on June 26.

William Stergis, 27, of Portland, was summoned on March 5 for the same violation and will appear before the court on May 29.

Kara Lewandowski, 31, of Biddeford, was charged with OUI of Drugs on March 6.

After posting bail, Lewandowski’s court date is set for June 26.

Tracy Hughes, 38, of Strafford Springs, Connecticut, faced multiple charges including Eluding an Officer and Unlawful Possession of Scheduled Drugs on March 8.

Unable to post bail, Hughes was taken to York County Jail and is due in court on June 26.

Christina Hall, 39, of Sanford, was arrested on March 14 for Unlawful Trafficking in Scheduled Drugs, among other charges.

Hall, who couldn’t post bail, is scheduled for a June 26 court appearance.

Multiple other individuals were either arrested or summoned for a range of offenses from Operating After Suspension to criminal trespass throughout March.

Those able to post bail have court appearances scheduled mostly for June 26, with a few exceptions attending court in April and May.

The Wells Police Department continues to enforce traffic and criminal laws actively and reminds residents and visitors to adhere to legal standards to ensure community safety.

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