Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Six arrests

Tue, 03/02/2021 - 12:00pm

    Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:

    The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 272 calls for service for the period of Feb. 23 to March 2. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 1,792 calls for service.

    Arrests

    Stephen F. Faulcon, 62, of Thomaston was arrested Feb. 21 on Bath Road, in Wiscasset, on a warrant for Violating Conditions of Release, by Deputy Andrew Miner.

    Joseph M. Eaton, 31, of Wiscasset was arrested Feb. 22 at Two Bridges Regional Jail on a warrant for Probation Violation, by Deputy James Read.

    Wolfe Raasumaa, 23, of Poland was arrested Feb. 24 at Two Bridges Regional Jail on a warrant for Failure to Appear, by Deputy Justin Drake.

    Daniel W. Bond, 33, of Somerville was arrested Feb. 24 on Guides Way, in Somerville, for Criminal Mischief, by Deputy Jonathan Colby, who was assisted by Sgt Matthew Day.

    Ronald M. House, 42, of South Bristol was arrested Feb. 25 on Split Rock Road, in South Bristol, for Domestic Violence Assault, by Deputy Celeb Poirier, who was assisted by Sgt. Matthew Day.

    Darren A. Davis, 46, of Wiscasset was arrested Feb. 25 on Alna Road, in Alna, for Operating Under the Influence, 3 counts of Assault, Disorderly Conduct and Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention, by Deputy Jerold Winslow, who was assisted by Deputy Jonathan Colby.

    Summonses

    Brooke E. Cheney, 29, of Bristol was summonsed Feb. 22 for Criminal Trespass on Upper Round Pond Road, in Bristol, by Deputy Chad Gilbert.

    Corey H. Ater, 33, of Wiscasset was summonsed Feb. 24 at Two Bridges Regional Jail for Aggravated Assault, by Deputy Eze VanBuckley.

    Eric S. Hopkins, 46, of Winslow was summonsed Feb. 25 on Route 1, in Newcastle, with Operating with a Suspended Registration, by Deputy Michael Godin.

    Nicholas A. Hodgdon, 26, of Wiscasset was summonsed Feb. 26 on Country Club Road, in Boothbay, for 2 counts of Violating condition of Release, by Deputy Matthew Ryan, who was assisted by Sgt. Kevin Dennison and Boothbay Harbor Officers Snyder and Brown.

    Timothy Haley, 46, of Union was summonsed Feb. 27 on Rockland Road, in Jefferson, for Operating While License Suspended or Revoked, by Deputy Eze VanBuckley.

    Accidents

    On Feb. 23, an accident occurred on Augusta Road in Whitefield involving Matthew A. Dodge, 39, of Jefferson and James Mayo, 25, of Somerville. Mr. Dodge was operating a 2016 Dodge Ram 25 westbound turning left when Mr. Mayo, who was operating a 2014 Ford Fusion also westbound, was unable to stop and struck Mr. Dodge’s vehicle. Lt. Brendan Kane was the investigating officer.

    On Feb. 23, an accident occurred on North Newcastle Road in Newcastle involving Joshua P. Webber, 17, of Bremen and Lorie J. Johnson, 60, of Wiscasset. Mr. Webber was operating a 2015 Ford northbound on Sheepscot Road, at the intersection of North Newcastle Road, when Ms. Johnson, who was operating a 2008 Chevrolet westbound on Sheepscot Road, failed to see Mr. Webber and turned in front of him. The vehicles then collided. Lt. Brendan Kane was the investigating officer.

    On Feb. 25, and accident occurred on Alna Road in Alna involving Darren A. Davis, 46, of Wiscasset. Mr. Davis was operating a 2003 Toyota south when the vehicle went off the road, rolled and landed on its roof. Deputy Jerold Winslow was the investigating officer.

    On Feb. 27, an accident occurred on US Highway 1 in Nobleboro involving Bryan K. Lane, 64, of Derry, New Hampshire and Micah L. Morin 21, of Warren. Mr. Lane was operating a 2015 Toyota Rav4 northbound when he swerved to avoid a vehicle making a turn. Mr. Morin was operating a 2003 GMC Sierra northbound and he also swerved and struck the back of Mr. Lane’s vehicle. Deputy Michael Godin was the investigating officer.

    On Feb. 28, an accident occurred on Post Office Road on Westport Island involving Josiah D. Boynton, 25, of Bath. Mr. Boynton was operating a 2012 Toyota Venza northbound when he failed to negotiate a turn, left the roadway, and struck a rock. Sgt. Jared Mitkus was the investigating officer.