|5/21/2014 2:00:00 PM|
Lincoln County Sheriff's Report
|Bristol firefighters and Quick Turn Auto Repair and Towing prepare to remove a Ford Taurus from the embankment near the Rachel Carson Salt Pond Preserve in Chamberlain, Friday, May 9. (Photo courtesy Sherrie Tucker, http://www.sherrietucker.com)|
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
May 13, Deputy Kevin Dennison took a report of the theft of some lobster buoys with a value of approximately $400 from a residence in the Bristol area. Further investigation if leads develop.
On May 19, Reserve Deputy Mark Doe took a report of criminal mischief to a mailbox in the Whitefield area. Further investigation if leads develop.
SummonsMay 13, Leona R. Cocco, 40, Angelica, New York, operating without a license, Route 1, Edgecomb.
May 15, Leona R. Cocco, 40, of Angelica, New York, operating without a license, East Pond Road, Nobleboro.
May 17, Jordan A. Caron, 20, Boothbay Harbor, possession of alcohol by a minor, Pleasant Cove Road, Boothbay.
May 17, Thomas H. Brown, 19, East Boothbay, possession of alcohol by a minor, Pleasant Cove Road, Boothbay.
Recent arrestsMay 13, Jennifer Clark, 45, Bristol, operating under the influence, Bristol Road, Bristol.
May 14, Jamie P. Luce, 30, Waldoboro, failure to appear, Lincoln County Courthouse, Wiscasset.
May 17, Cathie J. Harrington, 26, Jefferson, operating under the influence, operating while license is suspended or revoked, prior; failure to pay fine, Hodgkins Hill Road, Jefferson.
May 17, Scott W. Norwood, 24, Boothbay, furnishing a place for minors to consume/possess liquor, Pleasant Cove Road, Boothbay.
Recent accidentsOn May 13, an accident occurred on Poor Farm Road in Bristol involving Rita L. Blanc, 33, of South Bristol and Nancy L. Nolet, 47, of Westport Island. Nolet was slowing and stopped her 2000 Volvo WG64 dump truck and was preparing to turn left. Blanc, who was operating her 1990 Ford Bronco, failed to see Nolet stopping and struck her vehicle in the rear. Lt. Rand Maker was the investigating officer.
On May 17, an accident occurred on Carriage Court in Dresden involving Randolph W. Johnson, 29, of Wiscasset and Ryan D. Kenyon, 30, of Dresden. Kenyon, who was operating his 2006 Subaru Legacy, was slowing, with his signal on, to make a right turn onto Carriage Court road. Johnson, who was operating his 2008 Toyota Tundra, stated he looked away for just a second and did not see Kenyon turning and as a result, could not stop in time and rear-ended Kenyon's vehicle. Kenyon's vehicle was forced off the roadway on the right side and Johnson's vehicle swerved and went off the roadway on the left side. Reserve Deputy Neil Genthner was the investigating officer.
On May 19, an accident occurred on Pemaquid Harbor Road in Bristol involving Lewis A. Cameron, 43, of Nobleboro. Lewis' 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse was parked legally in the Pemaquid Lobster Co-op parking lot in the morning and when he returned in the afternoon, he discovered the driver's side front corner had been backed into, causing a cracked front bumper and the marker light to be broken. Reserve Deputy Mark Doe was the investigating officer.