Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
On Oct. 28, Deputy Peter Kenyon responded to a report of a theft and burglary to a business in the Nobleboro area. The complainant stated that when she arrived at work this morning, she observed two Rinnai space heaters missing. The value of each space heater is approximately $1750 a piece. Currently, there are no leads in this case, but further investigation will continue as leads develop.
Oct. 30, Fern N. Clark, 78, of Somerville was issued a summons for violating condition of release, on Hewett Rd., Somerville, by Deputy Todd Chilton.
Oct. 31, Roger H. Richards, 26, of West Gardiner was issued a violation summons and complaint for speeding and failing to provide evidence of insurance and a uniform summons and complaint for operating beyond license restriction, on Gardiner Rd., Dresden, by Deputy Henry Grenier.
Nov. 1, Justine E. Kercher, 20, of Pottstown, Penn. was issued a summons for operating under the influence, on River Rd., Edgecomb, by Sgt. Jason Nein.
Oct. 28, Kenneth M. Kularski, Jr., 26, of Portland was arrested on a warrant out of Cumberland County for failure to pay fines, on Bath Rd., Wiscasset, by Major Ken Mason.
Oct. 30, Jamie D. Young, 29, of South Bristol was arrested on a warrant out of Lincoln County for unpaid fines, at the Wiscasset Courthouse, Wiscasset, by Lt. Rand Maker.
Oct. 30, David Demers, 56, of Lunenburg, Mass. was arrested for false public alarm or report, on First St., Boothbay, by Deputy Henry Grenier.
Oct. 30, Kevin M. Swift, 39, of Whitefield turned himself in to the LCSO for an outstanding warrant for sex offender failing to register or update information. Swift was transported to the Two Bridges Regional Jail without incident by Deputy Peter Kenyon.
Nov. 1, William J. Cummings, 53, of Bristol was arrested for violating condition of release, on Upper Round Pond Rd., Bristol, by Deputy Mark Bridgham.
Nov. 1, Kendra Maloney, 23, of Newcastle was arrested for operating after suspension and violation of bail, on U.S. Rt. 1, Damariscotta, by Deputy Mark Bridgham.
Nov. 2, Donna Hurley, 51, of Spruce Head was arrested for operating under the influence, on U.S. Rt. 1, Edgecomb, by Sgt. Jason Nein.
On Nov. 1, an accident occurred on South Dyer Neck Rd. in Newcastle involving Jason Dennison, 17, of Wiscasset. Dennison was traveling north at a high rate of speed and was unable to negotiate a slight curve in the roadway, resulting in a head on collision with a tree on the left hand side of the road. The vehicle then came to rest horizontally blocking the roadway. Dennison’s 2005 Hyundai sustained an estimated $9000 in damage. Deputy Justin Drake was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 1, an accident occurred on Rt. 1 in Edgecomb involving Andelina Juntura, 63, of Bath. Juntura was traveling south when a deer entered the roadway and she was unable to avoid striking it. Juntura’s 2006 Toyota sustained an estimated $2502 in damage. Sgt. Brendan Kane was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 1, an accident occurred on River Rd. in Edgecomb involving Justine E. Kercher, 20, of Pottstown, Penn. Kercher was traveling north when she lost control of her vehicle and as a result, ran off the road hitting several trees. Kercher’s 1999 Isuzu utility vehicle sustained an estimated $5000 in damage. Deputy Todd Chilton was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 2, an accident occurred on Rt. 126 in Whitefield involving Mark E. Huntley, 49, of Spruce Head. Huntley was traveling west when a deer entered the roadway and he was unable to avoid striking it. Huntley’s 1998 Subaru utility vehicle sustained an estimated $3500 in damage. Deputy Matthew Day was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 2, an accident occurred on State Rt. 129 in South Bristol involving Wilson R. Collamore, 32, of Damariscotta. Collamore was traveling north when he struck a deer crossing the road. Collamore’s 1999 Pontiac van sustained an estimated $2000 in damage. Deputy Henry Grenier was the investigating officer.