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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending July 27:

July 18

Chief Ron Young responded to a public assist complaint on Ducktrap Road regarding a prior complaint at Maplewood Cemetery.

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

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation at Lincolnville Central School. The complaint was unfounded and the building was secure.

July 19

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. Young was out of position and the information was passed on to Waldo County Communications and the vehicle was stopped by Searsport Police Department.

Chief Young conducted a detail at the Fernald’s Neck swimming area. No violations were reported.

Chief Young conducted service of paperwork to a Belfast Road resident for a check written for non-sufficient funds.

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

July 20

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on High Street. Benjamin Tyler, 18, of Searsmont was issued a summons for speeding (58 mph in a 35 mph posted zone).

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway of a report of a sand and gravel truck spilling the gravel load onto the roadway. No contact was made with the vehicle, and the company was advised.

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to a property-damage accident on Belfast Road. Daniel Hodgedon, 38, of Waldo reportedly was traveling north when he fell asleep at the wheel and crashed the 2001 Hyundai he was operating into a ditch near Maynard’s Way. Totman’s wrecker was called to remove the vehicle. Nickerson reported both airbags deployed, but no injuries were incurred. Damage to the Hyundai was estimated at approximately $3,000.

Officer Nickerson responded to a reported burglary at Narrows Road. A residence was reportedly burglarized and entry to the home was gained by a large rock being thrown through a sliding glass door. Detective Scott Bryant of the Maine State Police was called to the scene for evidence recovery. A camera valued at approximately $100 was stolen. The burglary is currently under investigation.

July 21

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a domestic complaint, which reportedly occurred the previous evening, of a dispute and gunshots being fired on Belfast Road. Following an investigation and the refusal of all parties involved to press charges, one male subject was warned not to return to the residence.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Camden Road. No offenders were reported.

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation on Narrows Road. The alarm was triggered in error and the building was secure.

Officer Lunt responded to a reported motor vehicle complaint on Calderwood Lane of vehicles traveling too fast. One person was warned for speed.

July 22

Chief Young responded to a domestic disturbance on Camden Road. A male juvenile reportedly under the influence of drugs and in possession of a knife and firearm was subdued by Young and transported to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport for evaluation. No charges have been made at this time and the incident remains under investigation.

July 23

Officer Merl Reed responded to an agency assistance request for a motor vehicle complaint of a vehicle reportedly attempting to run vehicles off the road on Atlantic Highway. The driver was stopped and summoned by Deputy Ben Seekins of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office.

Officer Reed responded to Atlantic Highway for a welfare check request. The female subject Reed had checked on was found to be dehydrated and Reed called for Camden First Aid. The patient was transported and admitted to Pen Bay Medical Center.

Officer Reed conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. Reed issued warnings for seatbelt and inspection violations.

Officer Reed responded to Atlantic Highway for a complaint of a suspicious person taking photographs on private property. Reed searched the area and did not locate the subject.

Officer Reed responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Narrows Road.

Officer Lunt conducted a special security detail for a wedding party at Point Lookout.