Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending July 15:

June 27

Chief Ron Young responded to an alarm activation on Whitney Road. The complaint was canceled by the security company as a false alarm as Young was en route.

June 29

Chief Young responded to a welfare check complaint on Atlantic Highway. The person was fine.

July 5

Chief Young received a disturbance complaint of an of a cannon being fired during evening hours on several occasions. The complaint is under investigation.

July 7

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle operating southbound from Belfast on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made and Young forward the complaint to Camden Police Department.

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

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation on Marriners Drive. Guests visiting had triggered the alarm and no foul play was determined.

July 9

Chief Young responded to a disturbance complaint on Ducktrap Road of excessive loud music. Young made contact with the individual and issued a verbal warning to lower the volume.

July 10

Chief Young responded to a 911 disconnect call on Atlantic Highway. Young made contact with the woman at the residence who had dialed the number in error.

Chief Young responded to a disturbance complaint of shots fired at the boat landing off North Cobbtown Road. Young made contact with a person running, who had not heard any shots fired, and continued to investigate the boat ramp for activity. No persons were located in the reported area of gunfire. Young reminds gun enthusiasts that Maine law states no shooting may be conducted within 100 yards of a residence without homeowner permission.

Chief Young responded to a welfare check request on Atlantic Highway. A caregiver called as Young was en route to disregard the complaint.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road at the request of a citizen concerned with speed. No violators were reported at that time.

Chief Young responded to a complaint of a suspicious person soliciting books on Greenacre Road. Young spoke with a juvenile and later determined the person was a college student taking orders for children’s books. The person was advised to stop at Town Office and provide his identification and credentials, which he did. No further action was taken.

July 11

Chief Young responded to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on True Road.

Chief Young responded to a harassment complaint on Belfast Road. The person was advised of how to obtain a harassment order through District Court.

Chief Young conducted an agency assist to Camden First Aid on Eighth Avenue. A female subject was transported to the hospital.

July 13

Chief Young received a motor vehicle complaint of a vehicle driving erratically on Main Street. No contact was made with the driver.

Chief Young conducted service of paperwork on Hope Road.

Chief Young responded to nine animal control complaints during the reported activity period. Young reminds the public that now with summer upon us dogs are not allowed on any public beach in Lincolnville, in compliance with the Town of Lincolnville Domestic Animal Ordinance, and violators of the ordinance may be subject to a civil fine.

Chief Young sends condolences to the family of Kenneth Bailey. Ken was a Reserve Officer for Lincolnville Police Department for numerous years as well as the Lincolnville Inland Harbor Master. Ken’s contributions to the Police Department and town were much appreciated, and he will be sadly missed.