Lincolnville police blotter

Jun 05, 2012

Lincolnville — Lincolnville police reported the following activity for the period ending June 4:

May 10

Officer Brian Lunt conducted a detail bail check on Youngtown Road. No violations reported.

May 14

Chief Ron Young responded to a disturbance complaint between neighbors on Belfast Road. Both parties were spoken to and no further action was taken.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School on Hope Road. No violations reported.

Chief Young responded to dispute between parties on Greenacre Road. The complainant was informed the issue was a civil matter and referred to district court.

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. The vehicle was not located.

May 15

Chief Young chaperoned the Lincolnville Central School eighth-grade class on a field trip to Camden Hills State Park.

May 16

Chief Young responded to a motorist assist complaint on Heal Road of a motorist locked out of her vehicle.

May 17

Chief Young conducted a detail radar on Hope Road at Lincolnville Central School. No violations were reported.

Chief Young conducted an agency assist to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office in locating a wanted subject on Beach Road. No contact was made with person.

May 19

Officer Curt Andrick conducted a business check on Beach Road. The building was secure.

May 21

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle theft complaint on Tanglewood Road. Young located the vehicle and determined the theft to be unfounded.

Chief Young responded to a property damage complaint on Atlantic Highway. The incident involved a pole that had been damaged at an undetermined time and had occurred on private property.

Chief Young is investigating a reported fraud complaint from a Belfast Road resident.

Robert Morgan, 44, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for failure to provide proof of insurance by Officer Cody Laite on Main Street.

Officer Laite issued nine written warnings during a traffic detail on Main Street.

May 22

William Carpenter, 59, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for failure to wear a seat belt by Officer Laite on Main Street.

William Martin, 21, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Laite on Main Street.

Aaron Dallman, 22, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Laite on Atlantic Highway.

Jesse Dodge, 30, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Laite on Main Street.

Malory Bowen, 26, of Swanville was summoned for a seat belt violation by Officer Laite on Main Street.

Joshua Johnson, 24, of Dixmont was summoned for a seat belt violation by Officer Laite on Atlantic Highway.

Elliot Marston, 43, of Searsmont was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Laite on Main Street.

May 23

Chief Young conducted stationary radar at Lincolnville Central School on Hope Road. No violations observed.

Chief Young conducted a welfare check on Garner Lane. The person was fine.

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation on Whitney Road. The alarm was canceled as Young was en route and determined to have been activated by employee error.

Officer Laite responded to an agency assist to Knox County Sheriff’s Office by serving district court paperwork to individuals on Searsmont and Levenseller Roads.

Officer Laite responded to an agency assist complaint to the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office for a detail bail check for a subject on Main Street. Tristan Grant, 20, of Lincolnville subsequently was arrested by Deputy Arthur Smith for a probation violation and transported to Waldo County Corrections. Smith further summoned Grant for violation of conditional release, possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of schedule Z drugs, unlawful possession of schedule W drugs, possession of synthetic hallucinogen drugs and sale and use of drug paraphernalia. The complaint remains under investigation and further charges may be pending.

May 24

Chief Young along with other Waldo County representatives participated in a TRIAD event for seniors in Frankfort.

Chief Young responded to an agency assist to Belfast Police Department for a wanted person on Atlantic Highway. The subject was not located.

May 25

Rochelle Mackenzie, 50, of Bristol was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Andrick on Atlantic Highway.

Gary Holsapple, 61, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Andrick on Atlantic Highway.

May 26

William Anderson, 60, of Northport was summoned for a seatbelt violation by Officer Merl Reed on Atlantic Highway.

Alfred Dutch, 42, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for a seat belt violation on Belfast Road by Officer Reed.

Wilham West, 31, of Swanville, was issued a citation for a seat belt citation by Officer Reed on Belfast Road.

Clair Mitchell, 35, of Appleton, was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Reed on Hope Road. As a result of the traffic stop, Mitchell was subsequently also summoned by Reed for violating a conditional release and transported to Waldo County Corrections where he was held on a probation hold.

Officer Reed responded to an agency assist to Lincolnville Fire Department of a reported grass fire on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Reed and Chief Young are investigating a reported burglary on Heal Road. The complaint is under investigation with impending arrests.

John Calderone, 22, of Gaithersbury, Md. was summoned by Officer Brian Lunt for speeding, 44 mph in a 30 mph posted zone, on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Reed issued three written warnings for speed and defects on Atlantic Highway during a traffic detail.

May 29

James Roscoe, 45, of Dexter was issued a citation for an inspection violation by Officer Lunt on Atlantic Highway.

Debra Mehuren, 46, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for speeding, 34 mph in a 25 mph posted zone, on Main Street.

Officer Lunt issued four written warning while conducting a traffic detail on Atlantic Highway.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School on Hope Road. No violations reported.

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation complaint on South Cobbtown Road. Young secured a door on the premise and cleared the complaint.

May 30

Chief Young responded to a public assist complaint on Wentworth Road.

Chief Young requested an agency assist from Camden Police Department in locating a male subject for a probation violation. Michael Moody, 18, of Lincolnville was located and arrested by Young then transported to Waldo County Corrections.

The incident remains under investigation and further charges may be pending.

Officer Laite responded to a criminal mischief complaint on South Cobbtown Road regarding trees being cut on private property. The incident remains under investigation.

Officer Laite responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Rosenberg Road in which the complainant reported vandalism of shrubbery and removal of landmarks to Officer Laite. Waldo County Sheriff Deputy Arthur Smith responded and assisted Laite. The incident remains under investigation.

Officer Laite responded to an agency assist to Belfast Police Department in locating a vehicle which had been involved in a fuel drive off. The vehicle was not located but the operator had been reported to have later returned and paid for the gas.

Michael Sprowl, 40, of Rockport was issued a citation for a seat belt violation by Officer Reed on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Reed issued three warnings for defects and one for speeding during a traffic detail on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Reed conducted a detail bail check on Slab City Road. The subject fled the location when Reed initiated to make contact with the subject.

May 31

Officer Laite conducted a stationary radar detail on Hope Road at Lincolnville Central School. No violations were observed.

Officer Laite responded to a reported theft complaint on Heal Road in regards to a stolen check. After follow up conducted by Chief Young, it was determined the check had been returned to rightful owner. No charges were filed.

June 1

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road at Lincolnville Central School. No violations were reported.

Officer Andrick conduct a traffic detail on Atlantic Highway. Andrick issued four written warnings for speed, three for defects, and two for non-moving violations.

Kenneth Mower, 53, of Dexter was issued a citation for speeding, 40 mph in a 30 mph posted zone, by Officer Andrick on Atlantic Highway.

June 2

James Ellis, 21, no town listed, was issued a citation for a seat belt violation on Atlantic Highway. As a result of the traffic stop, Ellis was subsequently arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Dover-Foxcroft for unpaid fine and fees for operation. Reed transported Ellis to Waldo County Corrections without incident.

Robert Fenton, 62, of Northport was summoned for a seat belt violation by Officer Reed on Atlantic Highway.

Richard King, 46, of Belfast was summoned for a seat belt violation by Officer Reed on Belfast Road.

Brent Waterman, 35, of Belmont was issued a citation for an inspection violation (no sticker) by Officer Reed on Belfast Road.

Hannah Patterson, 17, of Northport was issued a summons for speeding, 69 mph in a 45 mph posted zone, by Officer Reed on Belfast Road.

Officer Reed conducted a detail bail check on Beach Road. Toni Nevarez, 29, of Levant was arrested for violation of conditional release for consuming alcohol. Nevarez was transported to Waldo County Corrections without incident.

Following a bail check, Peter McLaughlin, 49, of Lincolnville was arrested by Officer Reed for violation of release of bail conditions for consuming alcohol; Reed also summoned McLaughlin for possession of schedule Z drugs and possession/sale of drug paraphernalia. Waldo County Sheriff’s Deputy James Greeley assisted Officer Reed as McLaughlin was not cooperative with the officers. McLaughlin was transported to Waldo County Correctional Facility by Reed, where he remained incarcerated as of June 4. A judge in Knox County also revoked his bail status.

Lincolnville police responded to five animal control complaints during the reported activity period.

An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at some later criminal proceeding.

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