Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 220 calls for service between Nov. 26 and Dec. 5. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 15906 calls for service.
A 15-year-old female juvenile from Tenants Harbor was issued a summons Nov. 25 for Unlawful Trafficking in Scheduled Drugs, on Academy Hill, Newcastle, by Deputy Sean Pfahler.
Melissa R. Gray, 46, of Bremen was arrested Nov. 27 for Violation of a Protective Order, on Gray Road, Bremen, by Deputy Scott Peterson, who was assisted by Deputy Jonathan Colby.
Michael R. Wallace, 34, of Dresden was arrested Dec. 4 for Domestic Violence Assault, on Gardiner Road, Dresden, by Deputy Jonathan Colby.
Travis J. Morton, 42, of Damariscotta was arrested Dec. 4 for Operating under the Influence – 1 prior, on Hopkins Hill Road, Newcastle, by Deputy Caleb Poirier.
On Nov. 26, an accident occurred on Main Street in Whitefield involving Thomas J. Lambert, 21, of Orono and Ruth E. Allen, 74, of Jefferson. Mr. Lambert was operating his 2011 Ford Mustang eastbound and was slowing down to turn left into Country Corners. Ms. Allen was operating her 2017 Nissan Rogue behind Lambert’s vehicle when she failed to slow down and struck the rear of his vehicle. Deputy Chad Gilbert was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 27, an accident occurred on State Route 129 in South Bristol involving Robert Mitchell, 57, of South Bristol. Mr. Mitchell was operating his 2019 American Motors 1500 truck southbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Sgt. Matthew Day was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 29, an accident occurred on East Neck Road in Nobleboro involving Travis L. Creamer, 22, of Damariscotta and Steven A. Lowe, 42, of Nobleboro. Mr. Creamer was operating his 2004 GMC 2500 eastbound and Mr. Lowe was operating his 2010 Toyota westbound when they struck mirrors as they passed by each other. Sgt. Jared Mitkus was the investigating officer.
On Nov. 29, an accident occurred on State Route 129 in South Bristol involving Zidane A. McMurrin, 21, of Washington. Mr. McMurrin was operating his 2001 Toyota Camry southbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Deputy Jonathan Colby was the investigating officer.
On Dec. 3, an accident occurred on Calls Hill Road in Dresden involving Laughlynn C. Bragg, 25, of Bath. Ms. Bragg was operating her 2005 Dodge Caravan southbound when she stated she looked down at her GPS and failed to notice the curve of the road. As a result, her vehicle went off the right side of the road and into a ditch. Deputy Andrew Miner was the investigating officer.
On Dec. 3, an accident occurred on Middle Road in Dresden involving Brandon M. Green, 19, of Winslow. Mr. Green was operating his 2005 Nissan Sentra northbound when he slid in the snow, spun 360 degrees and left the roadway on the north side. As a result, the passenger side of his vehicle struck a tree, stopping the vehicle from rolling down the hill. Deputy Andrew Miner was the investigating officer.
On Dec. 3, an accident occurred on Waldoboro Road in Jefferson involving Russell N. Harrington, 77, of Friendship and Katherine S. Alarcon, 27, Thomaston. Ms. Alarcon was operating her 2019 Honda Accord northbound when she lost control of her vehicle going around a turn, as she was traveling too fast for the road conditions. Mr. Harrington was operating his 2014 GMC Sierra southbound and tried to avoid Alarcon’s vehicle coming at him, however, could not because he was also driving too fast for the road conditions. As a result, Alarcon vehicle was hit in the driver’s side by Harrington’s vehicle. Deputy Scott Peterson was the investigating officer.
On Dec. 4, an accident occurred on Main Street in Newcastle involving Brandon T. Manor, 32, of Wiscasset and Travis J. Morton, 42, of Damariscotta. Mr. Manor was operating his 2009 Mercury Milan southbound and Mr. Morton was operating his 2014 Toyota Tundra northbound on Main Street, when Mr. Morton crossed the centerline and struck Manor’s vehicle head on, causing damage to the front driver’s corner of both vehicles. Deputy Caleb Poirier was the investigating officer.