Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Five arrests
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 240 calls for service for the period of June 21 to June 28. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 4968 calls for service.
Joseph Eno, 18, of Brunswick was issued a summons June 8 for Minor Consuming Liquor, on Atlantic Highway, Waldoboro, by Deputy Ethan Burns.
Samuel Cassidy, 18, of North Yarmouth was issued a summons June 8 for Minor Consuming Liquor, on Atlantic Highway, Waldoboro, by Deputy Ethan Burns.
Michelle L. Goodridge, 40, of Waldoboro was issued a summons June 24 for Allowing Dog to be at Large, on Reef Road, Waldoboro, by ACO Allen Oliver.
A 14-year-old female from Waldoboro was issued a summons June 27 for Dissemination of Sexually Explicit Material, by Detective Scott Hayden.
Richard A. Lee, Sr., 54, of Cushing was arrested June 23 for Unlawful Possession of Scheduled Drug; Operating under the Influence (Drugs or Combo) – No test and Aggravated Trafficking of Scheduled Drugs, on Waldoboro Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Jerold Winslow.
Ralf Hatch, 55, of Jefferson was arrested June 23 on a Penobscot County warrant for Failure to Appear, on Augusta Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Owen Beattie.
William K. Seabron, 31, of Whitefield was arrested June 27 for Possession of Firearm by a Prohibited Person, on East River Road, Whitefield, by Deputy Samuel Alexander.
Guy M. Ricketts, 43, of Augusta was arrested June 27 for Domestic Violence Terrorizing; Kidnapping; Criminal Threatening w/ Dangerous Weapon and Terrorizing, on Vigue Road, Whitefield, by Deputy Matthew Ryan.
William Churchill, 57, of Somerville was arrested June 27 for Operating after Habitual Offender Revocation – Prior and Attaching False Plates, on North Clary Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Samuel Alexander.
On June 22, an accident occurred on US Route 1 in Nobleboro involving Russell E. O’Bryan, 47, of Warren. Mr. O’Bryan was operating his 2021 Toyota RAV4 southbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Deputy Jerold Winslow was the investigating officer.
On June 23, an accident occurred on Corey Lane in Boothbay involving Charles Leeman, 41, of Boothbay Harbor. Mr. Leeman was operating his 2004 GMC Sierra westbound after the town office, when he stated he was going too fast around the corner and went off the road on the right side. His vehicle then struck a lamppost and dislodged it from the ground, as well as dislodging a DOT sign and breaking a guide wire for the telephone pole. Deputy Ethan Burns was the investigating officer.
On June 23, an accident occurred on Vigue Road in Whitefield involving Brayden C. Collins, 16, of Pittston. Mr. Collins was operating his 2009 Subaru Legacy southbound when he lost control of his vehicle as he crested a hill and began to yaw to the right. His vehicle then entered the southbound ditch and ran into a tree. After impact, the vehicle turned one hundred eighty degrees and came to rest in the southbound lane, facing northbound. Sgt. Kevin Dennison was the investigating officer.
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