Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 210 calls for the period of May 15-22. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 5,642 calls for service.
May 16, Virgil Cray, 46, of Warren, was issued a summons for violating condition of release, on Biscay Road, Damariscotta, by Deputy Alonzo Connor.
May 18, a 15-year-old male juvenile from Bremen was issued a summons for minor possessing liquor, at Lincoln Academy, Newcastle, by Deputy Chad Gilbert.
May 18, a 17-year-old male juvenile from Bristol was issued a summons for minor possessing liquor, at Lincoln Academy, Newcastle, by Deputy Gilbert.
May 16, Casey A. Hanna, 33, of Bristol, was arrested on a probation hold on Bristol Road, Bristol, by Detective Sgt. Ronald Rollins, who was assisted by Detective Jared Mitkus.
May 16, Virgil Cray, 46, of Warren, was arrested on two Lincoln County District Court warrants for failure to appear in court, on Biscay Road, Damariscotta, by Sgt. Matthew Day.
May 17, Jacob W. Tillman, 24, of Topsham, was arrested for violating condition of release and a Lincoln County warrant for failure to pay fines, at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Wiscasset, by Detective Scott Hayden.
May 17, Dawn L. French, 47, of Somerville, was arrested for violating a protection order, on Turner Ridge Road, Somerville, by Deputy Caleb Poirier.
May 18, Luke N. Dale-Smith, 32, of Jefferson, was arrested for criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and assault, on Waldoboro Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Kevin Dennison, who was assisted by Detective Hayden.
May 19, David H. Herron, 20, of Waldoboro, was arrested for operating under the influence, on Main Street, Damariscotta, by Deputy Ryan Chubbuck.
May 20, Mark Martin, 54, of Jefferson, was arrested for operating under the influence – one prior, on Augusta Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Jonathan Colby.
May 20, Natalie F. Robbins, 26, of Bath, was arrested for operating after suspension, failure to display a current inspection sticker, and a Kennebec County District Court warrant for failure to appear on charges of operating after suspension and operating an unregistered motor vehicle, on Federal Street, Wiscasset, by Deputy Dennison.
May 20, Randolph Terry, 55, of Naples, was arrested for violation of a protection order by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office, on behalf of Deputy 1st Class Brian Collamore, for an incident that took place in Nobleboro.
On May 16, an accident occurred on McKay Road in Edgecomb involving David M. Whitt, 36, of Edgecomb. Whitt was operating his 2011 Chevrolet Cruze eastbound when he saw a deer enter the roadway from the ditch. As the deer crossed the road, it was struck. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.
On May 17, an accident occurred on Route 129 in South Bristol involving John A. Rounds, 86, of South Bristol. Rounds was operating his 2017 Ford Fiesta southbound when he fell asleep at the wheel and, as a result, his vehicle ran off the roadway and into a ditch, deploying the front airbag. Deputy Poirier was the investigating officer.
On May 18, an accident occurred on Route 1 in Newcastle involving Ann E. Stoker, 25, of Portland, and Raymond M. Depatra, 89, of Bristol, Conn. Stoker was operating her 2016 Toyota Prius southbound when Depatra, who was operating his 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan northbound, turned into Newcastle Chrysler. Stoker attempted to avoid Depatra’s vehicle, but was unable to and struck it. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.
On May 18, an accident occurred on Main Street in Newcastle involving David A. Patch, 75, of Boothbay Harbor, and James D. Ladd, 33, of West Bath. Ladd stopped his 2014 Nissan KC in the southbound lane for a pedestrian crossing the road in the crosswalk. Patch, who was operating his 2010 Toyota Prius behind Ladd, failed to stop and ran into Ladd’s vehicle. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.
On May 21, an accident occurred on East Pond Road in Jefferson involving Hugh W. Priebe, 62, of Warren. Priebe was operating his 2008 Dodge Ram southbound when he struck a deer with the right front corner of his vehicle, breaking his passenger-side headlamp and denting the passenger-side door. Deputy Poirier was the investigating officer.