Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 174 calls from April 4-10. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 4,174 calls for service.
April 4, Carol J. Lane, 53, of Dixmont, was issued a summons for motor vehicle speeding: 30-plus mph over speed limit, on Gardiner Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
April 7, Katelyn N. Jacques, 19, of Whitefield, was issued summonses for operating under the influence, minor possessing liquor, criminal mischief, and driving to endanger, on Grand Army Road, Whitefield, by Deputy Ryan Chubbuck. This was for a prior accident which occurred March 27 at St. Denis Church in Whitefield.
April 8, Scot R. Hanning, 62, of Rockport, was issued a summons for operating after suspension, on Route 1, Damariscotta, by Sgt. Mark Bridgham.
April 6, Donald M. Benner, 29, of South Bristol, was arrested on two Lincoln County Superior Court warrants for probation revocation, violating condition of release, failure to stop for an officer, and driving to endanger, on Leeman Hill Road, Bristol, by Deputy Jonathan Colby.
April 6, George S. Smith, 37, of Lisbon Falls, was arrested on an Androscoggin County warrant at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Deputy Chubbuck.
On April 6, an accident occurred on Middle Road in Dresden involving Chase D. McGloin, 25, of Dresden. McGloin was operating his 2002 Subaru Legacy northbound when he dropped a cigar in his lap. This caused him to lose control of his vehicle and, as a result, his vehicle left the roadway on the right side, where it struck a tree and a “hidden drive” sign. Deputy Colby was the investigating officer.
On April 7, an accident occurred on River Road in Edgecomb involving Stephanie Durand, 31, of Newcastle. Durand was operating her 2004 Chevrolet Malibu southbound and, due to slippery road conditions and slush built up on the roadway, her vehicle crossed the centerline and went off the roadway on the northbound side. Her vehicle then came to rest in a ditch. Deputy 1st Class Brian Collamore was the investigating officer.