Lincolnville police news
Lincolnville — Lincolnville police reported the following activity for the period ending Nov. 8:
Oct. 22 (late entry)
Misty Linscott, 22, of Northport was summoned by Chief Ron Young for theft by unauthorized taking, forgery, and negotiating a worthless instrument following the investigation of a reported theft of checks complaint on Belfast Road.
Young responded to a reported complaint of a suspicious vehicle on Hope Road at Lincolnville Central School. Young determined the complaint to be unfounded.
Young responded to a reported traffic hazard complaint regarding a downed tree lying on power lines on Whitney Road. The road was closed to traffic and Central Maine Power was dispatched.
Young responded to a reported missing person complaint on Slab City Road.
Young determined the woman, 57, had been located in Belfast and had been transported to Waldo County General Hospital and was undergoing medical evaluation.
Young is investigating a bad check complaint from Drakes Corner Store.
Young conducted a speaking engagement at Lincolnville Central School speaking with the children regarding Halloween safety then conducted safety patrol through the center in the evening and handed out candy.
Young conducted an agency assist to the Knox County District Attorney’s Office in service of paperwork on Beach and True Road.
Young received a reported harassment complaint on Townhouse Road regarding unwanted telephone calls.
Young responded to a reported domestic disturbance complaint on Sutton Road. Brandi Briere, 25, was subsequently arrested for domestic violence assault. Briere was transported to Waldo County Corrections and later released on bail with a conditional release.
Young responded to a public assist request from a person removing personal belongings from a residence on Sutton Road.
Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road at Lincolnville Central School. No violations reported.
Young responded a reported theft complaint of political signs on Rocky Point Road.
Young responded to Youngtown Road for a reported 911 disconnect call.
The call was determined to have been placed in error.
Young conducted a special detail in chaperoning a high school dance at the community building. Following Young’s confiscation of several bottles of alcohol, which had been brought to the event in a private vehicle, a male juvenile, 16, from Camden was summoned for possession of alcohol by a minor and possession of marijuana. The juvenile was released to parental custody and referred to a juvenile authority.
Young responded to a reported noise disturbance complaint on Searsmont Road. Music playing from a private party was turned down and no further action was taken.
Young responded to a reported motorist assist complaint on Searsmont Road. A disabled motorist was provided a ride to a private residence.
Young conduct a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School on Hope Road. No violations reported.
Young responded to a reported complaint of theft of services from a resident on Atlantic Highway. Young determined the issue was a civil matter and referred the complainant to district court.
Young responded to a 911 disconnect on Atlantic Highway. Young made contact with the caller and determined the call had been placed in error.
Young conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville central School. No violations reported.
Young responded to a welfare check complaint on Belfast Road. The person was not found to be at home but was determined to be fine.
Young conducted a friendly caller complaint on Garner Lane. The person was fine.
Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Main Street. Two motorist were issued written warnings for speed.
Young responded to a civil complaint for nonpayment of services on Tucker Brook Road. The complainant was referred to resolve the matter in district court.
Young responded to a reported abandoned vehicle complaint on South Cobbtown Road. A vehicle which had been left overnight in a private driveway was apparently unable to make the hill due to the storm and was later removed by the owner.
Young reminds dog owners that the 2013 dog tags are now available at the town office. State law requires that all dogs age 6 months and older are required to be licensed in the municipality the dog resides. Dogs may also be licensed online from the town of Lincolnville website at town.lincolnville.me.us. The cost of licensing an altered dog is $6 and $11 for an unaltered dog. Please bring current proof of rabies vaccination as well as documentation if the dog has been altered. Young also announces there will be a free rabies clinic for dogs and cats to be held on Dec.1, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Lincolnville Fire Station, 470 Camden Road, Lincolnville, and will be sponsored by the Waldo County Humane Society. The rabies shot will be free to all animals residing in Waldo County. Dogs are required to be kept on leashes and cats must be restrained in a carrier.