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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending March 21:

March 15

Officer Robert Cartier responded to a complaint about Lincolnville street and road signs being discovered on private property on Tuckerbrook Road. Following investigation, Leon Smith Jr., 39, of Lincolnville was summoned for receiving stolen property. Chief Ron Young asked residents to notify the town office if they discover their road sign is missing so it can be documented and the sign can be replaced.

Cartier responded to a complaint of a road sign being removed from Tuva Trail. The complaint remains under investigation.

March 17

Young responded to a neighborhood disturbance complaint on High Street. Richard Rosenberg, 78, of Lincolnville was issued a criminal trespass order to stay away from his neighbor’s property.

Young issued a warning for an expired inspection sticker on Ducktrap Road.

March 18

Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Camden Road. No contact was made with the vehicle and the complaint was forwarded to Knox County dispatch.

Young responded to a complaint about a small dog on Belfast Road. The owner was located and warned for a dog at large.

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a complaint about a found dog on North Ridge Road. Lunt was able to identify the owner of the dog through its tag and return it to the owner.

Lunt conducted detail bail checks on Youngtown Road and Atlantic Highway.

Lunt conducted radar details on Main Street and Atlantic Highway. Two warnings were issued for speed.

March 20

Cartier responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the vehicle.

Cartier responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Dickens Road. Cartier is investigating destruction that was caused to the road.