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The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending Dec. 12:

Nov. 29

Officer Curt Andrick received a complaint of a fuel drive-off on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made and the complaint was forwarded to the next-closest responding agency.

Nov. 30

Chief Ron Young responded to a harassment complaint on McKay Road.

Officer Brian Lunt responded to Moody Mountain Road for a property damage accident. Two vehicles, both equipped with oversize mirrors, collided in passing while traveling in opposite directions, breaking the mirrors on each vehicle. David Barrows, 54, of Lincolnville was operating a 2000 Chevrolet and Rosalie Davis, 61, of Searsmont was operating a 2004 GMC. Lunt reported no personal injuries and minor damage to both vehicles.

Lunt responded to a car/deer accident on Slab City Road. Jessica Manbeck, 44, of Lincolnville, who was operating a 2003 Subaru, had just turned off Belfast Road onto Slab City Road when a deer ran into her driver’s side fender and door. Lunt reported no injuries to the driver and estimated damage to the vehicle at approximately $1,800.

Dec. 1

Young responded to Greenacre Road for a 911 disconnect of a reported family disturbance. Two brothers were each warned for creating a disturbance by Young and the complaint was eventually resolved without incident.

Dec. 2

Felicia Miller, 20, of Waldoboro was issued a summons by Officer Ryan Nickerson for speeding 46 mph in a 30 mph posted zone on Atlantic Highway.

Shawna Higgins, 33, of Jackson was issued a summons by Nickerson for speeding 52 mph in a 35 mph posted zone on High Street.

Judith Davis, 70, of Camden was issued a summons by Young for speeding 61 mph in a 45 mph posted zone and a summons for an expired inspection sticker (over 210 days) on Belfast Road.

Dec. 3

Young received a complaint of a stolen package on Heal Road. The complaint is under investigation.

Young responded to Camden Road to a theft complaint in which firewood was cut up and removed from private property. The complaint remains under investigation and anyone with information can contact Young at 763-3555.

Officer Merl Reed responded to Beach Road for a complaint between landlord and tenant. Reed referred the complainant to address a civil matter in district court.

Reed responded to a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. The male subject was fine.

Dec. 6

Young responded to a property damage accident on Atlantic Highway. Joyce Lawrence, 68, of Camden was traveling north operating a 2004 Toyota Tundra when she lost control of her vehicle on the slippery road. Lawrence’s vehicle struck the ditch and rolled onto its right side, then righted itself. Young observed the right rear axle had broken off and the wheel was under the vehicle. Young reported no personal injuries incurred by Lawrence and damage to the vehicle was estimated at approximately $5,000.

Young responded to a property damage accident on Atlantic Highway. Erica Mazzeo, 33, of Rockport was traveling north on Atlantic Highway operating a 2006 Ford when she lost traction on the slippery road. The Ford slid off the road, struck a metal post, then ran over it, causing the right rear tire to deflate. Young estimated damage at approximately $2,000. Mazzeo incurred no injuries.

Lunt responded to Morton Road for a detail bail check. No violations were observed.

Dec. 8

Emily Chambers, 26, of Morrill was issued a summons by Nickerson for speeding 46 mph in a 30 mph posted zone and failure to provide proof of insurance on Atlantic Highway.

Christopher Murphy, 30, of Searsport was issued a summons by Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker (over 180 days) by on Atlantic Highway.

Leroy Gray, 50, of Cushing was issued a summons by Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker (none) on Atlantic Highway.

Jeffery Locke, 31, of Troy was issued a summons by Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker (over 180 days) and failure to provide proof of insurance on Atlantic Highway.

Sarah Wickenden, 34, of Lincolnville was issued a summons by Nickerson for allowing a dog to be at large on Hope Road.

Dec. 9

Nickerson responded to Tanglewood Road for a medical assist. Nickerson paged Camden First Aid to the scene and a male subject was transported to Waldo County General Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Dec. 10

Reed responded to a property damage accident on Belfast Road. Sarah Baldwin, 52, of South Thomaston was traveling south operating a 2006 Toyota. When she rounded the corner past Joy Road, Baldwin was distracted when some packages in her vehicle shifted and her vehicle veered into the ditch as she attempted to attend to them. Baldwin then attempted to maneuver the vehicle back onto the roadway, but the vehicle skidded and struck a telephone pole. Reed reported that Baldwin sustained no injures and estimated extensive damage to the Toyota at approximately $6,000.

Reed responded to a property damage accident on North Cobbtown Road. Emma Young, 16, of Lincolnville was operating a 1999 Dodge van when she lost control of the vehicle on the snow-packed road. The vehicle went into a skid, then fishtailed, striking a tree on the right side of the van. As a result of the impact, the back end of the vehicle lifted off the ground, striking the higher part of the tree, which caused the roof of the van to buckle. The vehicle came to a stop with its wheels in the ditch. Reed reported minor injuries to the driver, who did not want to be treated at the scene and estimated the van a total loss at approximately $3,000 in damage.

Glenn Johnson, 30, of Lincolnville was issued a summons by Reed for failure to register a motor vehicle (30-150 days) on Hope Road. Johnson was also issued a written warning for inspection.