Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 386 calls for the period of June 19-26. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 7,372 calls for service.
June 18, Jonathan A. Tarr, 41, of Waldoboro, was arrested for two counts of violating condition of release, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Detective Jared Mitkus.
June 21, Walter S. Kruse, 51, of Bath, was arrested on a Lincoln County District Court warrant for failure to appear, at the Lincoln County Courthouse, Wiscasset, by Transport Deputy Justin Drake.
June 23, Brandon W. Bonney, 24, of Bristol, was arrested for operating under the influence, on Bristol Road, Bristol, by Sgt. Aaron Beck.
June 23, Alyssa J. Bennett, 23, of Rockland, was arrested on a Penobscot County warrant for failure to appear, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Deputy Caleb Poirier.
June 23, Wyatt Wilson, 41, of Augusta, was arrested for a violation of a protective order and violating condition of release, on Hilton Road, Whitefield, by Deputy Chase Bosse, who was assisted by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
June 23, Richard D. Newcomb, 34, of Portland, was arrested for operating under the influence and operating after suspension, on Route 1, Newcastle, by Deputy Jonathan Colby.
On June 19, an accident occurred on Rockland Road in Whitefield involving Amanda R. Beerman, 34, of Chelsea. Beerman was operating her 2014 Ford Escape eastbound when a deer ran into the roadway and was struck. Deputy 1st Class Brian Collamore was the investigating officer.
On June 20, an accident occurred on Route 1 in Newcastle involving Brady L. Hatch, 37, of Newcastle, and Haley A. Kessler, 21, of Fulton, Ind. Hatch had stopped her 2009 Honda Odyssey in traffic southbound on Route 1 at the Lewis Hill Road intersection, waiting for a vehicle in front of her to make a turn. Kessler was operating her 2003 Honda Element behind Hatch’s vehicle and was unable to stop in time. As a result, she struck the rear of Hatch’s vehicle, causing minor damage to the rear bumper. Deputy 1st Class Collamore was the investigating officer.
On June 22, an accident occurred on River Road in Dresden involving Annika N. Flaming, 18, of Dresden. Flaming was operating her 2002 Subaru Legacy southbound when she became distracted by a text message on her cellphone and drifted into the shoulder on the right side of the road. Flaming then overcorrected and left the left side of the roadway, striking a cinder block well cover. Deputy David Bellows was the investigating officer.
On June 22, an accident occurred on Mills Road in Whitefield involving Karl E. Hoffmann, 46, of Tenants Harbor, and Mary R. Antognoni, 55, of Jefferson. Hoffman was operating his 2012 Honda VT13CX motorcycle westbound and approached the intersection of Jefferson Road and Mills Road. Hoffman observed Antognoni turn her 2017 Subaru Outback left onto Jefferson Road from Mills Road and swerved into the eastbound lane in order to avoid Antognoni’s vehicle. Hoffmann avoided Antognoni’s vehicle, although his motorcycle fell onto the driver’s side and came to rest in the eastbound lane. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.
On June 23, an accident occurred on Bristol Road in Bristol involving Megan S. Gamage, 35, of Bristol. Gamage was operating her 1999 Volvo S70 northbound when she went off the road on the right. As a result, her vehicle traveled in the ditch, hitting a tree and then a utility trailer. Deputy Colby was the investigating officer.
On June 24, an accident occurred on Country Club Road in Boothbay involving John A. Lucas, 18, of Edgecomb. Lucas was operating his 2003 Dodge Neon eastbound at the intersection of Beath Road and was approaching the curve at a high rate of speed. Lucas said he was going approximately 50-55 mph and when he applied his brakes, they locked, causing his vehicle to go off the roadway to the left, graze a utility pole, and enter a ditch. Deputy Poirier was the investigating officer.
On June 24, an accident occurred on River Road in Edgecomb involving Alifeleti Vailea, 34, of Boothbay. Vailea was operating his 2003 Ford southbound when he swerved to miss a deer in the road, causing his vehicle to go off the left side of the roadway and into a ditch. Deputy Colby was the investigating officer.