Waterville police are investigating an early morning car wreck where they found empty alcohol containers and an abandoned car flipped onto its roof.

A third-party caller reported around 1 a.m. hearing what sounded like a car accident near the intersection of County Road and Marston Road.

Police found a car in a ditch near the intersection that was flipped onto its roof and heavily damaged, according to Deputy Police Chief Charles Rumsey. Empty alcohol containers and blood were found at the accident scene, Rumsey said.

Rumsey said Officer Kyle McDonald began tracking in the area and found a man and woman lying in a yard on Stream View Drive close to the accident scene.

Natasha Guessregen, 26, of Waterville, and Dylan McManara, 23, of Belgrade, both were showing signs of having consumed alcohol and were believed to have been in the car at the time of the wreck, Rumsey said.

He said the two suffered minor injuries, were treated at the scene and eventually were taken to MaineGeneral Medical Center’s Thayer Center for Health.

Rumsey said McManara was summoned on a charge of violating a condition of release because his release conditions forbid him to consume alcohol, which he is alleged to have done.

The incident is still under investigation. Depending on factors such as the result of a blood test, Rumsey said, Guessregen and McManara could face additional charges.

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