Lincolnville police blotter
Lincolnville — Lincolnville police reported the following activity for the period ending Aug. 20:
Chief Ron Young continues to investigate a reported burglary on Belfast Road. Young reported prescription drugs and electronics were stolen.
Chief Young conducted an agency assist for Searsport Police Department regarding paperwork on Sutton Road.
Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Belfast Road. Elisabeth Bormet, 30, of Belfast was issued a citation for speeding 64 mph in a 45 mph posted zone.
Chief Young conducted a public assist on Belfast Road.
Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Main Street. No violations reported.
Chief Young responded to a 911 disconnect complaint on Norton Pond Road. The call had been placed in error.
Chief Young responded to a suspicious person complaint on True Road. The person was not located.
Chief Young conducted service of paperwork on Beach Road.
Chief Young responded to a reported complaint of suspicious activity on North Cobbtown Road regarding a wood splitter that had been delivered. No foul play is suspected.
Chief Young responded to a reported property damage accident on the Lincolnville and Searsmont town line. Young checked the surrounding areas and no vehicle was found.
Chief Young received a reported 911 disconnect complaint from a Greenacre Road residence. The call had been placed in error.
Chief Young conducted traffic control for the annual Blueberry Wingding on McKay Road. The event was a success with no reported issues.
Chief Young received a complaint of an erratic driver on Atlantic Highway. Young was out of position in court in Belfast and unable to respond. No contact was made with the vehicle.
Chief Young received an agency assist request from Belfast Police Department of a reported theft of property from a motor vehicle. The suspects were not located.
Chief Young received a child custody complaint request to retrieve a child from a Sand Hill Road residence; the complainant had no supporting paperwork and he was advised it was a civil matter.
Chief Young conducted a child car seat installation and inspection per citizen request on Hope Road.
Chief Young responded to a reported motor vehicle complaint on Beach Road. One motorist was issued a warning for blocking a driveway.
Chief Young responded to a reported 911 disconnect complaint on Stan Cilley Road. The person reported dialing the number in error.
Chief Young responded to a reported fuel drive-off complaint at Drake’s Store. No identifiable plate information was retrieved and the incident remains under investigation.
Chief Young responded to a reported criminal threatening complaint from a Lily Lane resident. Young made contact with the suspect and he was warned for threatening.
Chief Young responded to a public assist request on Beach Road.
An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.