A judge declared a mistrial Wednesday, June 15 in the case of a South Bristol man accused of sexually assaulting a young girl in Newcastle.
No charges will be filed in the death of a Wiscasset woman who, according to investigators, jumped from her boyfriend’s pickup truck as it was traveling on Route 201 in The Forks on March 20. Investigators from the Maine State Police informed the family of Kimberly “Kimi” Hill, 33, of the results of their three-month investigation on Thursday, June 16, according to the Portland Press Herald.
The following property transfers were recorded recently at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset:
Eric M. Cronk, 30, Damariscotta, engaging in activities while suspended, $500.
Wayne Mason, 41, Lewiston, burglary, Nov. 10, 2014, probation violation, Two Bridges Regional Jail seven days, probation partially revoked, probation continued.
On June 9, Deputy Chad Gilbert responded to a report of a theft by deception incident in the Jefferson area. The complainant said he had received a phone call from someone with a foreign accent saying something was wrong with his computer and it could be fixed for $200. After giving remote access to his computer and being asked for an additional $500, he realized it was a scam and called the sheriff’s office. Deputy Gilbert advised it was a scam and he should take his computer to get it fixed.
The Damariscotta Police Department reports the following activity from June 6-12:
The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity for June 6-13:
Waldoboro officers responded to 147 calls for service in this time period. Below are a few of the highlights.
Taylor Alley, 33, Dresden, attaching false plates, April 18, $300; failure to register vehicle, April 18, $150, $150 suspended; operate vehicle without license, April 18, $150, $150 suspended.
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity from May 30 to June 5.
Waldoboro officers responded to 282 calls for service in this time period. Below are a few of the highlights.
Prominent local author and educator Nancie Atwell has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor theft charge stemming from an incident at Renys in Damariscotta in March.