Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Three accidents

Mon, 07/01/2019 - 3:30pm

Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:

Accidents

On June 24, an accident occurred on River Road in Boothbay involving Madyson Noyes, 21, of Gardiner and Wayne Brewer, 72, of Boothbay Harbor. Ms. Noyes was operating a 2011 Chevrolet Aveo south on Route 27 and stopped to turn left onto River Road. Mr. Brewer was operating a 2006 Chevrolet 1500, and was following Noyes’ vehicle. He attempted to go around Noyes’ vehicle as he did not have time to stop, and struck her vehicle. Deputy Chad Gilbert was the investigating officer.

On June 24, an accident occurred on Main Street in Newcastle involving Robert Morse, 73, of Bath and Lucinda Morse Witt, 73, of Boothbay Harbor. Mr. Morse was operating a 2016 Porsche Cayenn and slowed down at an intersection waiting for a vehicle to continue straight at a 3-leg intersection. Ms. Morse Witt was operating a 2013 Porsche Cayenn and traveling behind Mr. Morse. Ms. Morse Witt did not realize Mr. Morse was slowing down and collided with his vehicle. Deputy Sean Pfahler was the investigating officer.

On June 26, an accident occurred on East Pond Road in Nobleboro involving Sonia Hughes, 67, of Nobleboro. Ms. Hughes was operating a 2010 Subaru Forester when a deer ran into the roadway and she was unable to avoid it. Detective Jared Mitkus was the investigating officer.

Incidents

On June 24, Deputy Chad Gilbert responded to a complaint of Criminal Mischief at a property located off the West Neck Road in Nobleboro. The complainant stated that someone drove on her property and caused ruts. Deputy Gilbert saw the damage and advised the complainant to post No Trespassing signs or gate the road off so that nobody could enter.

On June 27, Deputy Andrew Miner responded to a report of lost property at the Boothbay Common. The complainant of Atlanta, Georgia stated that she took her rings off in the public restroom and either left them there or accidentally threw them in the trash, while applying sunscreen. The complainant had driven to Portland before realizing her loss. Deputy Miner met her as she re-checked the restroom. No rings were found or turned in to the local police but would check with the town office on Monday.