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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity, in addition to six animal control complaints, during the week ending May 1:

April 8

Katherine MacDiarmid, 34, of Saco, was summoned by Chief Ron Young for negotiating a worthless instrument.

April 11

Chief Ron Young responded to a criminal mischief complaint on High Street regarding juveniles who reportedly were disturbing a neighbor’s horses. No action was taken at this time at the request of the homeowner.

April 12

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Atlantic Highway. No violations were reported.

Chief Young responded to a report of a missing person on Slab City Road. The person was located.

Chief Young responded to an erratic operation of a motor-vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the driver.

April 13

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. No violations were reported.

Chief Young responded to a domestic complaint on Belfast Road. Criminal charges were not warranted and he advised the issue was a civil matter.

Officer Brian Lunt responded to High Street where a school bus had broken down. Lunt remained until another bus arrived to transport the children.

April 14

Officer Curt Andrick conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. He issued one written warning for speed.

Officer Andrick conducted business checks on Main Street, Beach Road, Atlantic Highway and McKay Road. All buildings were secure.

Amy Thompson, 35, of Lincolnville, was summoned by Chief Ron Young for having a dog at large and having an unlicensed dog on Hope Road.

April 15

Chief Young responded to a reported vehicle-turkey collision on Belfast Road. There was no damage to the vehicle; the turkey was tagged and given to the person reporting the accident.

Chief Young conducted a public assist on Beach Road.

Chief Young investigated an unsecure premise on High Street. A person(s) working on a vacated building had temporarily left the building unlocked. No foul play was suspected.

April 16

Officer Merl Reed conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. He issued one written warning for speed.

Officer Reed responded to a domestic disturbance complaint on Greenacre Road. One person was removed from a residence and instructed to not return.

Officer Reed responded to a property-damage accident on Belfast Road. Anita Reynolds, 68, of Lincolnville, struck a deer. Reynolds and passenger, Everett Reynolds, 88, of Lincolnville, did not sustain any injuries. Estimated damage to the vehicle was $1,500.

Officer Reed conducted a business check on Main Street. The building was secure.

April 19

Chief Young investigated a suspicious vehicle complaint at Norton Pond Park. The owner was located and removed the vehicle the following day.

April 20

Chief Young assisted with the removal of a vehicle at Norton Pond boat launch.

Chief Young responded to a criminal trespass complaint of all-terrain vehicles being driven on private property on Brodis Road.

Officer Lunt conducted a special traffic control detail for Cellardoor Winery on Youngtown Road.

Christopher Raso, 43, of Lincolnville, was summoned by Chief Young for speeding 40 mph in a posted 25-mph zone on Main Street.

April 21

Chief Young responded to an alarm on Pattison Road. The complaint was canceled.

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

Christian Corson, 38, of Belfast, was summoned by Chief Young for speeding 59 mph in a posted 30-mph zone on Atlantic Highway.

Chief Young responded to a reported tree limb fire on electrical wires between Youngtown and Camden roads. He did not observe any fire.

Chief Young responded to a reported property-damage accident on Atlantic Highway.

Duane Smith, 58, of Lincolnville, had been leveling a driveway with a Kabota tractor when he reportedly backed into a 2004 Volvo station wagon owned by Melanie Trott, 38, of Owls Head, striking and puncturing the rear hatch. Young reported no injuries. Damage to the Volvo was estimated at $2,000.

April 22

Chief Young did a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. The person was fine.

Adam Dodge, 24, of Rockport, was summoned by Officer Andrick for towing an unregistered trailer loaded with a salvage vehicle on Hope Road.

Officer Andrick responded to a complaint of erratic motor vehicle operation on Hope Road. No contact was made with the driver.

Officer Andrick responded to a motor-vehicle complaint on Wiley Neck/Moody Mountain Road. A male subject reportedly attempted to drive a woman off the road and was operating erratically. The complaint remains under investigation.

Officer Andrick responded to a domestic disturbance complaint at Heal Road Apartments. The incident was a civil matter; two subjects left the residence for the night.

Officer Andrick responded to a child custody complaint on Belfast Road. It was a civil matter; no charges were filed.

April 24

Officer Ryan Nickerson served a subpoena on High Street for the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.

April 28

Officer Andrick responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Ocean Side Drive. The incident remains under investigation.

April 29

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. No violations were reported.

Chief Young did a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. The person was fine.

Chief Young responded to a parking problem at Lincolnville Beach.

Chief Young responded to a disturbance complaint on Atlantic Highway. Young spoke with the parties involved.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School. No violations were observed.

Officer Nickerson directed traffic while a disabled vehicle was removed from Main Street.

Officer Nickerson responded to a complaint of suspicious activity on High Street. Nickerson contacted the homeowner and concluded there was no foul play.

Officer Nickerson conducted a business check on Atlantic Highway. The building was secure.

Officer Nickerson responded to a complaint of suspicious activity on McKay Road. The complaint was unfounded.

Mary Anderson, 48, of Lincolnville, was issued a criminal summons by Officer Nickerson for operating an unregistered motor vehicle (more than 150 days) following a traffic stop for a defective headlight and rear brake light on Atlantic Highway. Anderson was also summoned for an expired inspection sticker (more than 270 days).

William Ginn, 25, of Pownal, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for speeding 50 mph in a posted 30-mph zone and failure to provide proof of insurance on Atlantic Highway.

Linda Brown, 54, of Rockland, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker (more than 180 days) on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Nickerson conducted business checks on Atlantic Highway and Main Street. Both buildings were secure.

April 30

John Cameron, 54, of Belfast, was issued a criminal summons by Officer Nickerson for operating an unregistered vehicle (more than 180 days) following a traffic stop for a defective tail light on Atlantic Highway.

Margaret Brandon, 53, of Blue Hill, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for speeding 44 mph in a posted 30-mph zone and summoned for towing an unregistered trailer on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Nickerson responded to a complaint on Belfast Road. A juvenile was escorted to Penobscot Bay Medical Center for evaluation.

Officer Nickerson responded to an alarm at Lincolnville Central School. Nickerson observed no foul play and contacted personnel to secure the building.

Officer Nickerson conducted a radar detail on High Street. No violations reported.

Officer Nickerson conducted a business check on McKay Road. The building was secure.