Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Six arrests

Tue, 08/20/2019 - 12:45pm

Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 266 calls for service from Aug. 13 through Aug. 20. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 9,753 calls for service.

Arrests

Haven A. Richards, 57, of Bowdoin was arrested Aug. 14 on a Sagadahoc County Indictment warrant, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, where he turned himself in to Deputy David Bellows.

Stephen A. Reny, 18, of Boothbay was arrested Aug. 15 for Domestic Violence Criminal Mischief and issued a summons for Minor Possessing Liquor, on Lindsay Road, Boothbay, by Deputy Chase Bosse.

Brandi P. Nickerson, 35, of Frankfort was arrested Aug. 16 for Operating under the Influence (Drugs or Combo) – two priors; and Endangering the Welfare of a Child, on Route 1, Edgecomb, by Sgt. Kevin Dennison.

Nathaniel A. Grasser, 24, of Dresden was arrested Aug. 16 on a Lincoln County District Court warrant due to his bail being revoked, on Cross Road, Alna, by Deputy Chad Gilbert.

Adam M. Peaslee, 27, of Dresden was arrested Aug. 17 for Operating under the Influence – 1 prior; Violating Condition of Release; Driving to Endanger; Unsafe/Defective Vehicle; Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention; Terrorizing and Failing to Stop for an Officer, on  Cross Road, Alna, by Deputy Andrew Miner, who was assisted by Sgt. Jared Mitkus.

Crystal L. Vickrey, 40, of Westport Island was arrested Aug. 19 on a Lincoln County District Court warrant for Failure to Appear, at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Wiscasset, where she turned herself in to Detective Scott Hayden.

Accidents

On Aug. 13, an accident occurred on Benner Road in Bristol involving Louis M. Penta, 30, of Revere, Massachusetts. Mr. Penta was operating his 2017 Ford Escape southbound when he swerved to avoid a small animal in the roadway and lost control of his vehicle. As a result, his vehicle crossed the centerline and crashed into a guardrail. Deputy First Class Brian Collamore was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 14, an accident occurred on Bristol Road in Bristol involving Allie Simoes, 21, of New Bedford, Massachusetts and John E. Tilton, 68, of Newcastle. Ms. Simoes was backing her 2006 Toyota Corolla out of a parking space and struck Mr. Tilton’s 2011 GMC truck, which was parked. Deputy First Class Brian Collamore was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 14, an accident occurred on Corey Lane in Boothbay involving Willis S. Clifford, 82, of Edgecomb and Louis M. Rioux, 73, of Port Charlotte, Florida. Mr. Clifford had parked his 2014 Ford F150 legally in the Boothbay USPS parking lot. Mr. Rioux had also parked his 2003 Ford legally in the parking lot. While Clifford was attempting to back out of the parking spot, the rear passenger corner of his vehicle impacted the rear passenger corner of Rioux’s vehicle. Deputy David Bellows was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 14, an accident occurred on Route 1 in Edgecomb involving Wesley J. Shanholtz, 54, of Boothbay Harbor and Harry E. Calmar, 60, of New London, Connecticut. Mr. Calmar was operating his 2010 Volvo XC70 northbound and turned right (southbound) onto Boothbay Road. Mr. Shanholtz was operating his 2018 Ford F-350 in the same direction, behind Calmar’s vehicle. Calmar stopped suddenly in the roadway and Shanholtz was unable to stop quickly enough and the front of Shanholtz’s vehicle impacted the rear of Calmar’s vehicle. Deputy David Bellows was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 14, an accident occurred on Waldoboro Road in Jefferson involving Stephen B. Grant, 39, of Thomaston and Noah Hostetler, 21, of Whitefield. Mr. Grant was operating his 2001 Harley-Davidson westbound when he struck the back of a horse drawn carriage, with three occupants in the carriage. This caused the carriage to end up in the westbound ditch.  Deputy Ryan Chubbuck was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 18, an accident occurred on Mills Road in Whitefield involving George L. King, 50, of Whitefield and Ronald O. Atwood, 85, of Whitefield. Mr. King was attempting to turn his 2004 Nissan Pathfinder left (southbound) onto Mills Road. Mr. Atwood was operating his 2008 Hyundai Accent northbound when the front driver’s corner of King’s vehicle impacted the front passenger corner of Atwood’s vehicle. Deputy David Bellows was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 16, an accident occurred on Rockland Road in Windsor involving William L. Clarke, 62, of Leeds. Mr. Clarke was operating his 2019 Dodge Caravan eastbound on Route 17, approximately 100 feet west of the Whitefield town line, when he hit a coyote, which was traveling from north to south. Deputy Chase Bosse was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 16, an accident occurred on Gardiner Road in Dresden involving Madison H. Doucette, 23, of Wiscasset and Albert C. Letourneau, 44, of Litchfield. Ms. Doucette was operating her 2007 Honda Civic northbound when she stopped in the roadway, preparing to turn left onto Middle Road. Mr. Letourneau was operating his 2014 Chevrolet Silverado westbound on Middle Road when he failed to stop at the stop sign and struck Doucette’s vehicle. Deputy Chad Gilbert was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 17, an accident occurred on Wiscasset Road in Boothbay involving Ian R. Ramsey, 43, of Brunswick and Michael Reiner, 62, of Weston, Connecticut. Mr. Ramsey was operating his 2003 Subaru Legacy southbound in the Boothbay Center when he approached the traffic circle, he struck Reiner’s 2017 Audi Q5, causing minor damage. Sgt. Jared Mitkus was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 17, an accident occurred on River Road in Edgecomb involving Andrew J. Longe, 28, of South Bristol. Mr. Longe was operating his 2014 Ford F-150 northbound when he stated he hit a bump in the road, which caused his side airbags to deploy. He then stated that this caused him to go off the road onto the grass shoulder. Deputy Caleb Poirier was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 19, an accident occurred on Lower Round Pond Road in Bristol involving James R. Poland, 83, of Round Pond. Mr. Poland was operating his 1998 Ford F-150 southbound on Route 32 when he made a right turn onto Lower Round Pond Road and a bottled water fell over. Mr. Poland attempted to grab the bottle of water and went off the right side of the roadway. As a result, he struck an old CMP pole that had already sustained damage from a previous crash. Deputy First Class Brian Collamore was the investigating officer.