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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending May 24.

May 18

Chief Ron Young responded to a complaint of a stray dog on Masalin Road. The dog was determined to be from Camden and being watched by a neighbor.

Young conducted a public assist on Ocean Drive.

Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. One written warning was issued for speeding in a school zone.

May 20

Officer Curt Andrick responded to a “be on the lookout” alert on Atlantic Highway. The vehicle was later stopped in Camden.

Andrick responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic driver operating in and out of traffic on Atlantic Highway. Andrick made contact with the vehicle and warned the driver on inattention.

Andrick responded to Overlook Drive for service of paperwork. No contact was made.

Andrick responded to a complaint of a juvenile harassing a student. Andrick ordered a harassment notice be served on a 16-year-old juvenile and conducted followup with the subject’s probation officer.

Andrick conducted radar details on Hope, Slab City and Camden roads. Five written warnings were issued for speed.

May 21

Andrick responded to a criminal mischief complaint of a mailbox being vandalized on Moody Mountain Road. The complaint remains under investigation.

Andrick conducted radar details on Camden Road and Atlantic Highway. Three written warnings were issued for speed and one for a crosswalk violation.

May 22

Officer Merl Reed responded to a 911 disconnect on Belfast Road. The call was determined to be unfounded and dialed in error.

Reed responded to Belfast Road for a complaint of a dead animal. No foul play was suspected.