WATERVILLE, Maine — A local woman has been summoned for drunken driving in connection with an accident that occurred earlier this month, according to police.

Natasha Guessregen, 26, was charged with operating under the influence Tuesday, Waterville Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey said.

The deputy chief said Guessregen’s blood-alcohol level was well above the state’s legal limit of .08 at the time of the accident.

On Sept. 4, Guessregen had gotten into an accident at the corner of County and Marston roads. When police arrived, an unoccupied vehicle was located upside down in a ditch, Rumsey said at the time.

Empty beer cans and blood were found around the vehicle. Dylan McNamara, 23, a passenger in the vehicle, was charged with violating conditions of release the night of the accident. His bail conditions ordered him not to possess or consume alcohol.

Guessregen is scheduled to appear in court Nov. 18.

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