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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity, in addition to six animal control complaints:

May 2

Chief Ron Young responded to a 911 disconnect on Sea View Drive. The homeowner dialed the number in error.

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

May 3

Chief Young did a welfare check complaint on Hope Road. The person was fine.

Chief Young responded to a fuel drive-off complaint at Drake’s Store. The person who had pumped $30 in gasoline returned to the store and paid.

Chief Young responded to a 911 disconnect on Water’s Edge Drive. The complaint was unfounded.

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

Caleb Trundy, 20, of Lincolnville, was summoned by Chief Young for speeding 54 mph in a posted 40-mph zone on Camden Road.

Chief Young responded to a wildlife complaint on Camden Road. A resident was provided a trap to capture a raccoon.

May 6

Following a traffic stop for a defective plate light on Belfast Road, Officer Merl Reed summoned Christopher Carpentier, 21, of Lincolnville, for possession of drug paraphernalia. Passenger Robin Muir, 21, of Lincolnville, was also summoned for possession of drug paraphernalia. A warning was issued for the defective plate light.

Jacob Digirolamo, 24, of Lincolnville, was summoned by Officer Reed for speeding 42 mph in a posted 25-mph zone on Main Street.

May 7

Margaret Brandon, 53, of South Thomaston, was summoned by Officer Reed for speeding 41 mph in a posted 25-mph zone on Main Street.

Richard Levangie, 44, of Belfast, was issued a criminal summons by Officer Reed for exceeding the speed limit by 30 mph or more on Belfast Road.

Officer Reed served paperwork on Youngtown Road.

May 8

David Foley, 54, of Northport, was summoned by Officer Ryan Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker (more than 120 days) on Atlantic Highway.

Robin Botley, 16, of Lincolnville, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for speeding 48 mph in a posted 30-mph zone on Hope Road.