Joshua D. Benner, 27, Waldoboro, shellfish harvesting license violation – commercial, April 24, $300; shellfish harvesting license violation – commercial, May 18, $300.
The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity from July 3-16:
A Jefferson couple faces felony forgery and theft charges after allegedly stealing $42,203.14 from relatives from 2013-2016, according to police.
The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity from July 12-17.
The Damariscotta Police Department reports the following activity from July 11 to July 17, 2016:
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
Irving S. Banks, 47, Jefferson, sale of elvers to other than licensed dealer, April 2, $2,000.
A Jefferson man arrested after an April foot chase through woods in which a sheriff’s deputy was injured has been sentenced to a year in prison. Jesse James Seward, 33, pleaded guilty June 27 to class D domestic violence assault and class E refusing to submit to arrest, both misdemeanors, according to court documents. A charge […]
Two Thomaston residents arrested in Jefferson this January have pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the distribution of heroin in Knox and Lincoln counties. James D. Millay, 44, and Jody L. Daniello, 37, both of the same address in Thomaston, reached plea agreements at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset on June 27, according […]
A Waldoboro man has been sentenced to three years in prison and three years of probation for his role in a scheme to distribute crack and heroin in the Midcoast.
Lincoln County indictments, July 12: Jason T. Blackler, 40, Jefferson, class B forgery, class B theft by unauthorized taking. Justine A. Blackler, 31, Jefferson, class B forgery, class B theft by unauthorized taking. Kim M. Chapman, 51, Woolwich, class C burglary, class E theft by unauthorized taking. Joseph F. Corson, 52, Bristol, class B theft […]
Ross W. Anthony, 33, Jefferson, failure to register vehicle, May 27, $100.
Thomas A. Gaudette, 25, of Waldoboro, domestic violence assault, priors; domestic violence terrorizing; obstructing report of crime; two years in prison with all but 30 days suspended, probation two years.
The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity from July 5-12