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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity from Jan. 17 to Jan. 31.

Jan. 17

Officer Michael McFadden III responded to Masalin Road for a wildlife complaint.

Jan. 18

Officer Robert Cartier conducted a public assist on Atlantic Highway.

Jan. 21

Cartier received an animal control complaint of a dog at large on Belfast Road.

Jan. 22

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a littering complaint on Slab City Road.

Jan. 23

Chief Ron Young received an animal control complaint of a dog found in the road on Belfast Road.

Cartier responded to a complaint of an unsecure premises on Main Street. He determined the building was secure and observed no foul play.

Jan. 24

Cartier responded to a property damage accident on Calderwood Lane. Christopher Bryant, 17, of Lincolnville, who was operating a 2008 Honda, was traveling down Calderwood Lane when his vehicle went into the ditch. The vehicle struck a large rock, then veered back into the road, landing in a ditch on the left side of the road. There were no injuries and damage to the car was estimated at $3,000.

Cartier responded to an animal control complaint of two dogs at large on Brawn Road. Cartier transferred the dogs to an animal care facility.

Cartier conducted an agency assist for Waldo County Sheriff’s Office Detective Merl Reed on Mullins Bog Road. Christine Baird, 56, of Lincolnville was located by Cartier and served a civil order of arrest by Reed and transported to Belfast District Court.

Jan. 25

Cartier responded to Brodis Road for a motor vehicle complaint.

Cartier is investigating the theft of license plates from a vehicle stored in a barn on Belfast Road. Cartier issued a criminal trespass summons to Adam Dodge, 22, of Rockport.

Jan. 26

Cartier conducted a welfare check on a resident on Atlantic Highway. The resident was fine.

Cartier responded to an animal control complaint of a dog bite on Heal Road. A small child was bitten in the face by a Rottweiler, which was in the home at the time of the attack. The child received medical care at Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport and Cartier placed the dog under mandatory quarantine at the Camden Rockport Animal Hospital. The incident remains under investigation.

Jan. 28

Lunt received a complaint of credit card fraud from a Youngtown Road resident. The complaint remains under investigation.

Lunt received an animal control complaint of two dogs at large at the intersection of Masalin and Tuckerbrook roads. Lunt located the dogs on Tuckerbrook Road, where they had returned home.

Lunt responded to Stan Cilley Road and served a theft of services summons to Michael Hallundbaek, 39, of Lincolnville for the Belfast Police Department. The matter was resolved and the charge was dropped on Jan. 29 by Belfast Police.

McFadden responded to an animal control complaint on Belfast Road.

Jan. 31

Cartier responded to a complaint at the Drake Corner Store of a man who had become disoriented. Cartier made contact with Camden Police Department and then transported the man to Camden. Family members were contacted and later picked up the man’s vehicle.