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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending June 7:

May 31

Kasey Drake, 30, of Swanville was summoned by Officer Merl Reed for a seatbelt violation on Main Street.

Roland Ray, 61, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for a seatbelt violation by Officer Reed on Main Street.

Gerald Hill, 52, of Rockport was issued a summons for a seatbelt violation on Main Street by Officer Reed.

Ashley Landry, 56, of Northport was issued a summons for a seatbelt violation on Main Street.

June 1

Melissa Yandell, 57, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for inspection violation (more than 150 days past due) and a citation for operating out of season with studded tires, by Officer Reed on McKay Road.

David Gray, 46, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for a seatbelt violation on Atlantic Highway by Officer Reed.

Jesse Dodge, 29, of Lincolnville was arrested by Officer Reed on a warrant for outstanding unpaid fines and for operating while license suspended or revoked on Heal Road.

Michael Durkee, 46, of Northport was summoned for a seatbelt violation on Atlantic Highway by Officer Reed.

June 2

Vincent Abaldo, 46, of Lincolnville was summoned for a seat-belt violation by Officer Brian Lunt on Main Street.

Gerard Jackson, 63, of Lincolnville was summoned for a seatbelt violation by Officer Lunt on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Lunt conducted a seatbelt detail on Hope and Beach Road. Three written warnings were issued.

June 4

Tisha Pendleton, 39, of Morrill was stopped for an inspection violation on Main Street by Officer Reed. While speaking with Pendleton, Officer Reed reportedly smelled a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage from the vehicle. Pendleton was arrested by Officer Reed for operating under the influence. Pendleton was further summoned by Officer Reed for Class C felony drug possession of hydrocodone and summoned for an expired inspection sticker (more than 120 days past due). Pendleton was taken to Waldo County Corrections and later released. Reed was assisted by Deputy Ben Seekins of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office.

Eve Schofield, 19, of Camden was summoned for speeding (45 mph in a 30 mph zone) on Atlantic Highway by Officer Reed. As a result of the traffic stop, Schofield was further summoned for illegal transportation of liquor by a minor, possession of a usable amount of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. A passenger in the vehicle, Daphne Fiske, 20, of Camden was summoned for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Rosemary Prescott-Jones, 60, of Waldo was summoned for speeding (49 mph in a 30 mph zone) by Officer Reed on Hope Road.

Keith Black, 49, of Belfast was summoned for a seatbelt violation on Main Street by Officer Reed.

Maynard Ray, 58, of Lincolnville was summoned for a seatbelt violation by Officer Reed on Main Street.

Darren Corbett, 38, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for a seatbelt violation on Main Street by Officer Reed.

June 5

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to Greenacre Road for an agency assist to the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office.

June 6

Chief Ron Young is investigating a reported criminal mischief complaint of damage to a vehicle on McKay Road.

Chief Young responded to Atlantic Highway for a reported motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle swerving and driving on property. After standard field sobriety tests for intoxicants were performed on the driver, Miranda Struk-Miller, 20, of Rockland was placed under arrest for operating under the influence of drugs. Struk-Miller was transported to Waldo County Corrections and later released. Young was assisted by Deputy Seekins of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office.

June 7

Officer Nickerson responded to Trigger’s Way for service of paperwork for Belfast District Court.

Officer Nickerson responded to Atlantic Highway for a motor vehicle complaint. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

Officer Nickerson responded to Searsmont Road for a citizen request for a radar detail. No violations were reported.

Officer Nickerson responded to Greenacre Road for a public assist while a subject under an order of protection removed belongings from a residence.

General news

Lincolnville police responded to seven animal control complaints during the reported activity period.

2011 seatbelt enforcement summary

The Lincolnville Police Department completed the 2011 Buckle Up — No Excuses! education and enforcement campaign on June 4. The grant was an added resource that enabled the department to place uniformed officers on overtime patrol shifts, presenting a high police visibility to the motoring public and specifically ensuring that motorists were wearing their seatbelts, wearing them properly, and thus enforcing the primary seatbelt law that went into effect in April 2008.

A total of 65 citations were issued, including 40 for seatbelt violations, nine for uninsured motorists, six other moving violations (including four for inspection), one for studded snow tires out of season and one for operating an unregistered motor vehicle more than 150 days, and three for speeding. Four civil summonses were issued for marijuana, two for possession of drug paraphernalia offenses, and illegal transportation of liquor by a minor. Three criminal arrests were made including one warrant arrest, operating under the influence, and one Class C felony possession of hydrocodone. A total of 17 written warnings were issued.