5/15/2013 2:00:00 PM Lincoln County Sheriff's Report
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
Complaints and investigations
On May 10, Deputy Brian Collamore was dispatched to a report of a burglary in the Nobleboro area, of a lawn mower and contractor ladder.
May 10, Deputy Brian Collamore was dispatched to a report of a theft of a catalytic converter (valued at approximately $1500) in the Nobleboro area. This was forwarded to the CID division and there will be further investigated.
On May 13, Reserve Deputy Richard Woodward was dispatched to a report of a theft in the South Bristol area. The complainant stated that someone had stolen two cast iron urns from a relative's gravesite, which had been there for approximately 40 years. The approximate value of the two urns is $600. Forwarded to the CID division for follow-up.
Recent arrests and summonses
May 9, Joseph A. Gallagher, 57, of Edgecomb, was arrested for hindering apprehension or prosecution and obstructing government administration, on Bath Road, Wiscasset, by Major Ken Mason, who was assisting Wiscasset Police Chief Troy Cline.
May 9, Leo W. Barter, Jr., 41, of Boothbay, was arrested for violating condition of release; burglary and criminal mischief, on Back Narrows Road, Boothbay, by Deputy Kevin Dennison.
May 10, Jonathon D. Miller, 25, of Belfast was issued a summons for violating condition of release, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Det. Scott Hayden.
May 10, Ronald Hanson, 38, of Gardiner, was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and a probation violation, on Highland Road, Gardiner, by Deputy Todd Chilton, who was assisted by Det. Sgt. Ronald Rollins.
May 10, Rebecca Hones, 33, of Gardiner, was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, on Highland Road, Gardiner, by Deputy Todd Chilton, who was assisted by Det. Sgt. Ronald Rollins.
May 11, Wesley Glidden, 29, of Jefferson, turned himself in to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office where he was arrested by Deputy Brian Collamore on an outstanding Kennebec County Superior Court warrant for Failure to pay fines.
May 7, Jesse Henry, 40, of Rockland, failing to show proof of insurance, Rt. 1, Nobleboro, Dep. Kenneth Hatch.
May 9, Kristin Aamodt, 34, of Oslo, Norway, speeding 80 mph in a posted 55 mph speed zone, Gardiner Road, Wiscasset, Maj. Kenneth Mason.
May 10, Steven Shaw, 69, of Waldoboro, operating on left while passing so as to interfere with approaching vehicles, Rt. 1, Nobleboro, Maj. Kenneth Mason.
May 11, Troy Penniman, 21, of Portland, displaying an expired inspection sticker, Rt. 130, Bristol, Dep. Mark Bridgham.
Morgan Gallione, 16, of Jefferson, speeding 69 mph in a posted 55 mph speed zone, Rt. 1, Waldoboro, Dep. Mark Bridgham.
May 12, Kenneth Snyder, III, 18, of Jefferson, failing to show proof of insurance, East Pond Road, Jefferson, Dep. Brian Collamore.
On May 9, an accident occurred on Rt. 215 in Jefferson involving Austin Beverage, 17, of Jefferson, operating his 1994 Dodge 1500 northbound when his front tire went flat. As a result, his vehicle went off the roadway and struck a utility pole. Deputy Chad Gilbert was the investigating officer.
On May 10, an accident occurred on Rockland Road in Whitefield involving Dana A. Ginnett, 47, of Augusta. Ginnett was operating his 2002 Subaru Forester eastbound when a deer ran in front of his vehicle and was struck. Deputy Aaron Beck was the investigating officer.
On May 12, an accident occurred on Patricktown Road in Somerville involving Sarah E. Brown, 23, of Windham. Brown was operating her 2004 Cadillac SRX northbound when a deer entered the roadway from the west and was struck. Deputy Matthew Day was the investigating officer.
On May 12, an accident occurred on East Pond Road in Jefferson involving Kenneth R. Snyder, III, 18, of Jefferson. Snyder was operating his 1993 Subaru Impreza northbound when he stated that he fell asleep, possibly due to a new medication he just started taking. As a result, his vehicle crossed the center line then went off the left side of the roadway and struck a CMP pole before coming to a stop. Deputy Brian Collamore was the investigating officer.