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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending Dec. 28.

Dec. 20

Officer Michael McFadden responded to an alarm activation at Lincolnville Central School. McFadden determined the building was secure and the alarm was unfounded.

McFadden responded to a public assist call regarding a civil complaint on Greenacre Road. The complaint was resolved without incident.

Dec. 21

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a 911 disconnect on Searsmont Road. Lunt determined the call was dialed in error and he cleared the complaint.

Officer Holly Eastman responded to a harassment complaint on True Road. The complaint remains under investigation.

Eastman and Waldo County Sheriff’s Deputy Glenn Graef responded to Mullins Bog Road to investigate a complaint of shots being fired near a private residence. No criminal activity was determined.

Dec. 26

Officer Robert Cartier responded to an animal control complaint from a resident of Slab City Road. A stray dog was restrained and transported to the Camden-Rockport Animal Rescue League.

Dec. 27

Cartier responded to a medical agency assist call with the Camden First Aid Association on Slab City Road.