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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity from March 30 to April 12.

March 30

Officer Robert Cartier responded to an unsecured premises while conducting a property check on Greenacre Road. The caretaker was notified and the building was secured.

March 31

Sean Twombly, 28, of Frankfort was issued a criminal summons for operating an unregistered vehicle more than 150 days past-due following a traffic stop on Belfast Road. The vehicle also had numerous defects and was towed from the scene by Totman’s Towing.

April 2

Cartier responded to a civil dispute on Townhouse Road. The complainant was referred to district court.

April 6

Cartier responded to a 911 disconnect on Searsmont Road. The call was placed in error.

April 7

Chief Ron Young responded to Moody Mountain Road for an animal control complaint of a cat being chased up a tree by two dogs. The cat had cleared the tree and escaped the dogs by the time Young arrived. A neighboring dog owner was warned for dog at large and an unlicensed dog.

Young responded to a disturbance complaint about loud music on Slab City Road. Charles Eaton, 48, of Lincolnville was warned for disorderly conduct and asked to turn the volume of the music to an appropriate level.

April 8

Young responded to a complaint of gunshots being fired on Brodis Road. After investigation Young determined there was no suspicious activity.

April 9

Young responded to a theft complaint in which tools were reported stolen on Atlantic Highway. The complaint remains under investigation.

Young responded to an abandoned vehicle complaint on Greenacre Road. The owner was located and the vehicle was removed by the owner.

April 12

Young responded to a property damage accident on Belfast Road. Bryan Rolerson, 21, of Liberty, operating a 1999 Honda, was traveling north on Belfast Road when a deer came onto the roadway. He swerved to miss the deer and struck the guardrail and then continued into the ditch. Both airbags deployed in the vehicle but Rolerson did not report sustaining any injuries. Young estimated damages at approximately $7,000 to the vehicle and approximately $1,000 to the guardrail.