Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
On April 18, Deputy 1st Class Brian Collamore was dispatched to a fraud complaint in the town of Boothbay. The complainant said that when trying to file income taxes, it was determined that their tax return had already been filed. The complainants will forward this report to the federal authorities.
On April 18, Deputy 1st Class Collamore was dispatched to a reported misuse-of-identification complaint in the town of Whitefield. The complainant said someone has apparently opened up some type of personal account at a bank in either Georgia or Florida. Collamore will follow up when the complainant returns to Whitefield in approximately one month.
On April 18, Deputy Chad Gilbert responded to a report of criminal mischief to a business in the Jefferson area. The complainant said sometime between 3 p.m., Friday, April 15 and 6:30 a.m., Monday, April 18, it appears someone did a burnout in the gravel parking lot and, in the process, rocks were kicked up and broke a window. Further investigation to follow if leads develop.
April 14, Storm D. Peaslee, 25, of Whitefield, was arrested on a Kennebec County warrant for failure to pay fine or fee, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Sgt. Matthew Day.
April 16, Theresa H. Farrin, 34, of Damariscotta, was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drug, on Glidden Street, Newcastle, by Deputy Hatch.
April 17, Mark Hayward, 57, of Jefferson, was arrested for domestic violence assault and criminal mischief, on Gardiner Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Justin Drake, who was assisted at the scene by Detective Jared Mitkus.
April 17, Donald S. Whorff Jr., 50, of Lewiston, was arrested for operating under the influence, on Route 27, Edgecomb, by Deputy Ryan Chubbuck.
April 17, Michael J. Castillo, 32, of Damariscotta, was arrested for domestic violence assault, unlawful sexual contact, and unlawful sexual touching, on South Beech Hill Road, Pittston, by Detective Jared Mitkus, who was assisted by Damariscotta Officer John Sylvester and Deputy Chubbuck.
On April 12, an accident occurred on Route 215 in Jefferson involving Miranda A. Parsons, 23, of Lincolnville. Parsons was operating her 2003 Honda Accord southbound when she failed to negotiate a corner and drove off the roadway and into an embankment. Deputy Gilbert was the investigating officer.
On April 15, an accident occurred on Mills Road in Whitefield involving James Mayo, 20, of Somerville. Mayo was operating his 1998 Saturn northbound when a deer crossed the roadway in front of his vehicle and was struck. Deputy Caleb Poirier was the investigating officer.
On April 15, an accident occurred on Center Street in Nobleboro involving Nahum R. Tozier, 43, of Nobleboro. Tozier was operating his 2012 Chevrolet Silverado when he stated he began to sneeze. As a result, he lost control of his vehicle, crossed the centerline, and left the roadway on the left side, after striking a couple of mailboxes. His vehicle then continued forward into a ditch and over a driveway, then hit a stonewall and a large tree before coming to rest. Deputy Drake was the investigating officer.
On April 16, an accident occurred on Boothbay Road in Boothbay involving Kathleen A. Reinhardt, 25, of Edgecomb. Reinhardt was operating her 2000 Ford Ranger northbound when she swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle in her lane. Reinhardt said she lost control and went off the road on the right side. As a result, her vehicle struck several small trees and struck a glancing blow to a large tree. Deputy Poirier was the investigating officer.
On April 18, an accident occurred on Bristol Road in Bristol involving Shannon Day, 64, of Bristol. Day was operating her 2000 Chrysler Sebring southbound when the vehicle’s front left tire fell off. As a result, her vehicle slid to a stop on the side of the roadway without further damage. Deputy Drake was the investigating officer.