Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 419 calls for service for the period of May 28 to June 4. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 6,976 calls for service.
On May 28, Deputy David Bellows was dispatched to a report of a theft of four boat batteries and a fuel tank from a business in the Newcastle area. Further information will follow as leads develop.
On May 29, Deputy 1st Class Brian Collamore was dispatched to a scam complaint in the town of Nobleboro. The complainant said she received a call from a subject claiming to work for Apple and claiming to need access to her computer to fix issues. The complainant sent approximately $3,000 in Google cards to the subject to fix the alleged issues. This case was passed on to Detective Scott Hayden for further investigation.
May 30, John W. Kelley, 51, of Pittston, was issued a summons for passing stopped school bus, on Wiscasset Road, Boothbay, by Deputy 1st Class Collamore.
June 2, Jacob A. Robison, 21, of Nobleboro, was issued a summons for leaving scene of motor vehicle accident, on Duck Puddle Road, Nobleboro, by Reserve Deputy Dwight Fowles.
May 31, Daniel R. Malburg Jr., 54, of Gardiner, was arrested on a Knox County warrant for failure to appear, on Augusta Road, Jefferson, by Sgt. Mark Bridgham.
June 3, John C. Commander, 37, of Hallowell, was arrested for operating under the influence, on Gardiner Road, Wiscasset, by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
On May 31, an accident occurred on Jefferson Road in Whitefield involving Jay R. Berube, 48, of Whitefield. Berube was operating his 2017 Nissan Titan eastbound when a deer entered the roadway from the south side and was struck by the front passenger corner of the vehicle. Deputy Andrew Miner was the investigating officer.