The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity from Oct. 31 to Nov. 7:
The Damariscotta Police Department reports the following activity from Oct. 31 to Nov. 6:
Jeremy Prior, violation of condition of release, Church Street, Nov. 2.
A Damariscotta man pleaded guilty Oct. 24 to trafficking heroin in Lincoln County and possessing crack cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms.
Avery Murphy Anderson, 19, Brunswick, minor consuming liquor, Sept. 17, $200.
A Waldoboro man is in custody after a standoff with police near downtown Waldoboro early Friday, Nov. 4. No one was hurt in the incident.
Brian J. Bennett, 36, was taken into custody at about 7:10 a.m. after the standoff at a residence on Main Street between Friendship Road and Route 32, near the Medomak River. He faces six counts of burglary.
A New York man has been sentenced to 15 months in custody and two years of probation for his involvement in narcotics trafficking in Waldoboro.
Rachel E. Anderson, 36, Boothbay, dissemination of sexually explicit material, March 1, 2015, Two Bridges Regional Jail 10 years, all but two years and six months suspended, probation 12 years; possession of sexually explicit material of minor under 12, March 1 and June 6, 2015, five counts, Two Bridges Regional Jail one year; tampering with witness, informant, juror, or victim, Oct. 14, 2015, Two Bridges Regional Jail one year.
The second trial of a South Bristol man accused of sexually assaulting a young girl in Newcastle began Tuesday, Nov. 1.
The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity from Oct. 24-31.
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Damariscotta Police Department reports the following activity from Oct. 24-30:
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has a suspect in a burglary at Hanley’s Market in Bristol on Tuesday, Oct. 25, according to Lt. Rand Maker.
A 36-year-old Boothbay woman was sentenced Tuesday, Oct. 25 to 10 years in prison with all but 2 1/2 years suspended, plus 12 years of probation, for disseminating child pornography.
A Bristol man arrested in July and charged with aggravated cruelty to animals after fatally shooting his 6-month-old fox terrier with a pellet rifle reached a plea deal Oct. 24.