The following is a partial report of Lincolnville Police Department activity for the period ending May 17:

April 29

Chief Ron Young responded to a welfare check on Old Pine Road. A 29-year-old male was transported to Waldo County Hospital for evaluation. While being evaluated at the hospital, the subject became combative and assaulted Young in his chest and shoulder. The man was restrained and subdued by Young; Young was treated for minor injuries. The incident is being investigated by Belfast Police Department and further charges are pending.

Chief Young attempted to locate a wanted person in Heal Road. No contact was made.

May 6

Chief Young responded to a reported fire complaint at Tanglewood 4-H Camp. Lincolnville Fire Department investigated a possible electrical issue; there was no fire.

May 9

A 20-year-old female was taken into custody on Heal Road for writing fraudulent checks; the incident remains under investigation.

Chief Young responded to suspicious activity complaint on Heal Road. A search of a vehicle resulted in Young confiscating prescription drugs, usable amounts of scheduled narcotic drugs and several drug apparatus items, including needles, syringes, spoons and other drug paraphernalia. The incident remains under investigation.

May 10

An assault was reported in Main Street. The dispute was resolved by the reporting complainant and no further action was taken.

Chief Young responded to Tuva Trail in regard to a suspicious activity complaint.

May 14

Chief Young responded to a reported counterfeit money complaint on Hope Road. A reproduced $10 bill was left on an art teacher's desk; the back side of the bill was blank white. It was determined no further action was needed.

Chief Young responded to a reported assault complaint at Lincolnville Central School. Several students being transported to a secondary school became engaged in a fight on the bus; the juveniles were handled and released.

May 16

Gene Harriman, 60, Belmont was issued a citation for speeding — 40 in a 25 mph zone — on Main Street by Chief Young.

May 17

Isaac Young, 38, Lincolnville was arrested by Chief Young on outstanding warrants for class C felony burglary, theft by unauthorized taking, criminal trespass and violation of conditional release following an attempt to locate complaint request from Detective Curt Andrick of Camden Police Department. Isaac Young was transported to Knox County Jail.


An erratic driver was reported on Atlantic Highway. Young made contact with the driver and determined the driver was distracted, not impaired.