Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Three arrests

Tue, 08/24/2021 - 11:30am

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 148 calls for service for the period of Aug. 17 to Aug. 24. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 7,744 calls for service.


Nicholas Reilly, 24, of Topsham was issued a summons Aug. 17 for Aggravated Criminal Mischief, at Two Bridges Regional Jail, Wiscasset, by Detective Scott Hayden.

Samantha A. Cannon, 19, of Gilsum, New Hampshire was issued a summons Aug. 18 for Operating while License Suspended or Revoked, on US Route 1, Nobleboro, by Deputy Andrew Miner.


Joshua J. Colgan, 34, of Jefferson was arrested Aug. 17 on a Lincoln County District Court warrant for Violation of Bail, on Bristol Road, Damariscotta, by Deputy Andrew Miner, who was assisted by Sgt. Halpin of the Damariscotta Police Department.

Lauri A. Schmidt-Ramirez, 57, of Bristol was arrested Aug. 17 for Violation of a Protection Order, on Bristol Road, Bristol, by Sgt. Kevin Dennison.

William J. Addison, 28, of Newcastle was arrested Aug. 21 for Violating Condition of Release, on Mills Road, Newcastle, by Deputy Matthew Ryan.


On Aug. 18, an accident occurred on Hodgkins Hill Road in Jefferson involving Philip J. Peabody, 25, of Jefferson. Mr. Peabody was operating his 2005 Subaru Forester westbound when he stated he fell asleep and as a result, went off the roadway to the left and struck a utility pole, knocking it down. Deputy Andrew Miner was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 19, an accident occurred on Huddle Road in Bristol involving Jeffrey R. Bickford, 68, of Bristol and Paul Ring, 76, of Bristol. Mr. Bickford was operating his 2007 Ford Ranger eastbound behind Mr. Ring’s 2021 Toyota Camry, who was also traveling eastbound. Ring slowed and stopped for the stop sign at the intersection with the Bristol Road. Bickford advised he thought Ring was turning right and started in traffic. Bickford then struck Ring’s vehicle in the rear end. Detective Scott Hayden was the investigating officer.

On Aug. 21, an accident occurred on Grand Army Road in Whitefield involving Robert Moody, 20, of Pittston. Mr. Moody was operating his 2016 Chevrolet Silverado eastbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Deputy Jerold Winslow was the investigating officer.