Lincolnville police blotter

February 27th, 2011 by admin Leave a reply »

Lincolnville — 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 some later criminal proceedings.

Lincolnville police reported the following activity for the period ending Feb. 22:

Feb. 10

Chief Ron Young responded to Belfast Road for a welfare check. The subject was determined to be fine.

Feb. 14

Young responded to welfare check complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the person in question at that time but Young was able to make contact with the subject upon returning to the residence a second time. The person was fine.

Feb. 15

Young responded to a medical assist on Slab City Road. Young remained with a female until Camden First Aid arrived at the residence.

Young received a reported complaint of a juvenile problem on Dyer Drive. After conferring with a parent no action was taken at that time.

Young responded to a traffic hazard complaint on Camden Road. Pieces of wood reported to have been in the road had been cleared from the roadway prior to Young’s arrival.

Young responded to a welfare check complaint on Atlantic Highway. Young made contact with the resident who was fine.

Feb. 17

Young responded to an alarm activation on Atlantic Highway. While en route to the location, the complaint was determined unfounded.

Young received a complaint of an ongoing noise disturbance on Millertown Drive. The complaint remains under investigation.

Officer Curt Andrick conducted a radar detail on Hope Road.

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