Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
On June 16, Deputy Kevin Dennison received a report of a burglary and theft at a residence in the Jefferson area. This case is currently under investigation by Deputy Dennison and Detective Scott Hayden.
On June 20, Deputy Dennison was dispatched to a theft of a homemade black rack (value: approximately $200) from a residence in the Boothbay area. The complainant said the rack was taken around May 1.
On June 14, a 14-year-old male from Nobleboro was issued a juvenile summons for minor possessing alcohol, by Deputy Chubbuck.
June 21, Robert William Love IV, 23, of King George, Va., was arrested for criminal mischief and obstructing government administration, on Academy Hill, Newcastle, by Deputy 1st Class Mark Bridgham, who was assisted by Sgt. Brendan Kane.
On June 16, an accident occurred on Foster Road in Bristol involving Tyler G. Cheney, 19, of Bristol, and Roy B. Kitterage, 52, of Bristol. Kitterage had been driving north on Route 130 and was making a left turn to enter the parking lot of the Bristol Consolidated school in his 2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser. Cheney was operating his 2002 Chevrolet 1500 northbound when he failed to see Kitterage turning and, as a result, struck Kitterage’s vehicle in the rear. Deputy 1st Class Bridgham was the investigating officer.
On June 16, an accident occurred on South Hunts Meadow Road in Whitefield involving Kevin J. Mason, 37, of Whitefield; Craig R. Jackson, 31, of Waldoboro; and Angela L. Sullivan, 36, of Whitefield. Mason was stopped at a stop sign in his 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser when Jackson drove his 2013 Hyundai Elantra into the southbound lane and stopped next to Mason. Jackson confronted Mason in reference to an accident that had just occurred in Pittston involving both vehicles. Mason backed up in order to leave the area and avoid a confrontation. While backing up, Mason struck Sullivan’s 2005 Acura MDX. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.
On June 16, an accident occurred on Heath Road in Boothbay involving Mackenzie T. Abbott, 16, of Boothbay Harbor. Abbott was operating her 2005 Ford Ranger eastbound when she attempted to remove her footwear, distracting her from the roadway. As a result, her vehicle left the road and traveled about 100 feet, striking a large, soft, dirt embankment and deploying the vehicle’s airbags. Deputy 1st Class Bridgham was the investigating officer.
On June 16, an accident occurred on Route 32 in Bristol involving Derek S. Booker, 25, of Waldoboro. Booker was operating his 2011 GMC Sierra northbound and was approaching the intersection with Elliott Hill Road when, due to his speed and a sharp corner, his vehicle left the roadway on the left side and struck a mailbox. Deputy Aaron Beck was the investigating officer.
On June 18, an accident occurred on Mill Road in Edgecomb involving Anita S. Lawrence, 74, of Edgecomb. Lawrence was operating her 2012 Toyota Prius eastbound when she left the roadway and entered the southbound ditch. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.
On June 18, an accident occurred on Main Street in Newcastle involving Sara N. McKenzie, 37, of Damariscotta, and Muriel A. Bascom, 54, of Nobleboro. Bascom’s 2014 Volkswagen Beetle was parked (unoccupied) in the parking lot of 67 Main St., when McKenzie backed her 2015 Toyota 4Runner from a parking spot and struck Bascom’s vehicle in the rear driver’s side. Detective Hayden was the investigating officer.
On June 20, an accident occurred on Route 1 in Nobleboro involving Cynthia D. Tracy, 57, of Waldoboro. Tracy was operating her 2013 Ford Expedition southbound 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 Douglas R. McCoy, 32, of Belmont, Mass., and Robert Estrada, 73, of Rockton, Ill. McCoy was operating his 2015 Ford F-250 northbound when he crossed the centerline and struck a camper being towed by Estrada’s 2008 Dodge, which was traveling southbound. Deputy Dennison was the investigating officer.