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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending Oct. 4.

Sept. 28

Lyndon Pendleton, 59, of Lincolnville was summoned for felony marijuana cultivation and unlawful possession of marijuana after an anonymous tip led Chief Ron Young of the Lincolnville Police, Detective Merl Reed and Deputy Arthur Smith of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office to his Stan Cilley Road residence to investigate the complaint, where more than a pound of processed marijuana and marijuana plants were seized.

Sept. 29

Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the driver.

Sept. 30

Young responded to a criminal trespass complaint on High Street. The complaint remains under investigation.

Oct. 3

Officer Merl Reed is investigating a complaint of burglary in which a purse containing cash and identification were stolen from a vehicle parked at Norton Pond. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Young at 763-3555.

Oct. 1-3

Officers Reed, Andrick, Lunt, McFadden and Nickerson conducted details for the Lincolnville Harvest Day events.

Lincolnville Police responded to three animal control complaints during the reported activity period.