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10/9/2013 2:00:00 PM
Lincoln County Sheriff's Report

Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:

On Oct. 4, Deputy Brian Collamore was dispatched to a reported theft of a kiosk from the boat landing, in the town of Jefferson. The kiosk is valued at approximately $1000 and was possibly stolen around Sept. 28 or 29. Further investigation as a new leads develop or information comes forth.

On Oct. 5, Reserve Deputy Richard Woodward was dispatched to a report of criminal mischief to a rear glass window on a storm door (value - $270) in the Boothbay area. The complainant stated that the glass was broken by a rock thrown through it. Investigation will remain open until further information develops.

On Oct. 6, Reserve Deputy Neil Genthner was dispatched to a report of criminal mischief to a cement pumpkin (value $25) in the Southport area. The complainant stated that someone had shot at his Halloween decoration with a gun. A spent shotgun shell was found next to the pumpkin. Further investigation to follow if leads develop.

Recent summonses
On Oct. 3, a 16-year-old male from Dresden was issued a juvenile summons for a West Bath District Court warrant for a charge of failure to appear, by Deputy Todd Chilton.

Recent arrests
On Oct. 3, Jeremy J. Geroux, 35, of Wiscasset was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drug, eluding an officer, driving to endanger and operating a motor vehicle while license is suspended or revoked - one prior, on Bradford Road, Wiscasset, by Det. Scott Hayden, who was assisted by Det. Terry Michaud. While at TBRJ, it was discovered Mr. Geroux had a warrant out of Rhode Island as a fugitive from justice for a commercial fishing violation, so he was also arrested on the outstanding warrant.

On Oct. 5, Justin D. Hart, 26, of Whitefield was arrested on a warrant out of Augusta for refusing to submit to arrest or detention, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Reserve Deputy Richard Woodward.

On Oct. 5, Kevin W. Whitehill, 30, of Waldoboro was arrested on a warrant out of Knox County for violating condition of release, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Reserve Deputy Richard Woodward.

Recent accidents
On Oct. 1, an accident occurred on Rt. 129 in South Bristol involving Michael P. Musolff, 30, of Phippsburg. Musolff was operating his 2000 Dodge Dakota southbound when he stated an animal entered the roadway. Musolff attempted to avoid the animal and lost control of his vehicle and left the roadway. As a result, his vehicle rolled over twice before coming to rest on its wheels, against numerous trees. Deputy Matthew Day was the investigating officer.

On Oct. 1, an accident occurred on East Pond Road in Jefferson involving Brenda J. Williamson, 49, of Bangor. Williamson was operating her 2003 GMC northbound when she lost control of her vehicle and drove off the roadway, through a field and struck a rock wall where her vehicle rolled over. Deputy Chad Gilbert was the investigating officer.

On Oct. 1, an accident occurred on Rockland Road in Jefferson involving Rae-Ann V. Mushrow, 19, of North Anson and Thomas L. Belanger, 47, of South China. Mushrow was making a left turn in her 2001 Chevrolet Malibu and did not see Belanger, who was operating his 2007 Nissan Versa westbound. As a result, Ms. Mushrow turned in front of Belanger's vehicle, causing his vehicle to strike Mushrow's vehicle head on. Deputy Kenneth Hatch was the investigating officer.

On Oct. 6, an accident occurred on Wiscasset Road in Boothbay involving Alison M. Cook, 18, of East Boothbay and Karen B. Conniff, 61, of Old Lyme, Conn. Cook drove her 2004 GMC Envoy into Conniff's 2011 Subaru Outback as it was parked in the Clipper Mart parking lot. Reserve Deputy Richard Woodward was the investigating officer.

On Oct. 7, an accident occurred on Country Club Road in Boothbay involving Luzelena Bliss, 72, of Boothbay Harbor and Phillip Noonan, 51, of Francestown, N.H. Bliss was pulling into a parking spot in her 2003 Oldsmobile Alero when Noonan began backing up in his 2004 Ford F250 pickup and he made contact. Reserve Deputy Richard Woodward was the investigating officer.



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