Lincolnville police blotter

Nov 26, 2012

Lincolnville — Lincolnville police reported the following activity for the period ending Nov. 26:

Nov. 8

Chief Ron Young responded to a suspicious vehicle complaint on True Road. The person parked on private property was advised to leave.

Nov. 13

Young responded to Atlantic Highway in regard to a wanted person, but no contact was made.

Michael Soronen, 42, of Lincolnville was summoned for shoplifting by Young following a request for assistance from Officer Wendell Ward of Belfast Police Department. Soronen was summoned for theft of merchandise valued at $6.99 reportedly stolen from Belfast Co-Op.

Nov. 14

Young responded to a reported personal injury accident on Belfast Road. The driver of a 2008 Volkswagen, traveling north on Route 52, rolled her vehicle over after swerving to avoid striking a deer. The driver was transported to the hospital by Camden First Aid Association for evaluation and later released.

Clifford Mason, 27, a transient was arrested on class C felony charges of failure to comply with the Maine Sex Offender Registry, second offense. Mason is a 10-year registrant.

Young conducted an agency assist for Belfast Police Department in regard to a fuel drive-off with the vehicle heading toward Lincolnville. The person later returned to the store and paid for the gas.

Young responded to a reported property damage accident on Atlantic Highway. The driver was traveling south on Atlantic Highway when she struck a deer in the road causing minor damage to her vehicle. The driver was not injured.

Nov. 18

Young received a reported burglary complaint from a residence on Slab City Road. Approximately $500 in cash and electronics were reportedly stolen and the incident remains under investigation.

Nov. 19

Young responded to a request from Camden Police Department to be on the lookout for a vehicle reportedly involved in an accident traveling toward Lincolnville after leaving the scene. Young located the vehicle and detained the driver until Camden Police Officer Allen Weaver arrived to conclude the investigation.

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