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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending Aug. 2.

July 26

Officer Robert Cartier responded to Atlantic Highway for an agency assist to the Waldo County Sheriff’s Department in subduing a combative female resisting arrest.

Chief Ron Young conducted a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. The resident was fine.

Lake Warden Ken Bailey responded to a criminal trespass complaint of a boat that had been left moored on the beach at Breezemere Park for several days. The owner was contacted and advised of the complaint.

July 30

Officer Curt Andrick responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Camden Road. The driver of the vehicle was stopped and warned for operation.

Andrick is investigating a reported theft of a weed whacker from a residence on Masalin Road.

Keith French, 31, of Ellsworth was issued a summons for a seat-belt violation.

Kelsie Thompson, 17, of Port Clyde was issued a summons for speeding 38 mph in a posted 25 mph zone on Main Street.

Andrick issued three warnings for speed during a radar detail conducted on Main Street.

Andrick conducted traffic control and a motorist assist to a citizen whose vehicle broke down on Youngtown Road.

Andrick responded to a disturbance complaint of loud music coming from a party of teenagers participating in a gathering at the Community Building. The group was asked to quiet down and no further action was needed.

Andrick responded to a request for a motorist assist on Atlantic Highway. Negative contact was made, as the motorist was not at the scene upon Andrick’s arrival.

Andrick responded to a complaint of fireworks being shot on Youngtown Road. The subjects were not located.

Aug. 2

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to a reported theft of gasoline from a boat moored at the Narrows. The complaint remains under investigation.

Carrie Brightman, 32, Eden Pariser, 27, and Seth Paris, 26, all of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Laura Paskell-Brown, 30, of London, England, were each issued criminal trespass orders after Bailey and Nickerson responded to Fernald’s Neck for a complaint of subjects trespassing at the ledges. Young advises the ledges are not a public swim area, the area is dangerous and violators will be summoned.

George Picard, 28, of Bangor was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker, past due more than 90 days, on Atlantic Highway. As a result of the traffic stop, Picard was further summoned for failure to provide proof of insurance.

Young is investigating the reported theft of a street sign off Hope Road.

Lincolnville police responded to an animal control complaint of two dogs that had been left unattended in a vehicle. Upon investigation the owner was found to be near the vehicle keeping watch on the dogs.