Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Three arrests

Mon, 05/18/2020 - 4:15pm

    Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:

    The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 176 calls for service for the period of May 12 to May 18. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 3,859 calls for service.


    Aaron M. Esposito, 37, of Waterville was issued summonses May 17 for Criminal Threatening and Violating Condition of Release, on South Clary Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Jerold Winslow.

    Glenn M. Lewis, 64, of Waldoboro was issued a summons May 17 for Attaching False Plates, on Rockland Road, Somerville, by Deputy Sean Pfahler.


    Frank C. Foss Jr., 25, of Dresden was arrested May 14 for Violating Condition of Release; Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer; Illegal Possession of Firearm and Violation of a Protection Order, on Calls Hills Road, Dresden, by Detective Scott Hayden, who was assisted by Deputy Chad Gilbert.

    Edwin L. Ingraham, 46, of Jefferson was arrested May 15 for Domestic Violence Assault, on Dockside Lane, Jefferson, by Deputy Sean Pfahler.

    Paul A. Specyalski, 44, of Boothbay was arrested May 16 on two Lincoln County District Court warrants for Violation of Protection from Abuse affidavit and Probation Revocation, at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Wiscasset, where Mr. Specyalski turned himself into Deputy David Bellows.


    On May 12, an accident occurred on Hunts Meadow Road in Whitefield involving Thomas P. Gerrish, 60, of Windsor. Mr. Gerrish was operating his 2015 GMC Sierra southbound when he struck a deer. Sheriff Todd Brackett was the investigating officer.

    On May 12, an accident occurred on Bristol Road in Bristol involving Susan M. Murphy, 51, of Tenants Harbor and Philip W. Mallard, 74, of New Harbor. Ms. Murphy was operating her 2017 Chrysler Pacifica southbound and slowed to turn left. Mr. Mallard was operating his 2012 Nissan Frontier behind Murphy’s vehicle when he looked to his right at the school. Mallard looked back and observed Murphy was stopping to turn. As a result, Mallard swerved to the right and struck Murphy’s vehicle in the right rear with the left front of his vehicle, before coming to rest in the south bound travel lane. Murphy’s vehicle came to rest on the Foster Road, facing eastbound. Det. Sgt. Ronald Rollins was the investigating officer.

    On May 12, an accident occurred on Wiscasset Road in Boothbay involving Joan F. Blanchette, 52, of Nobleboro. Ms. Blanchette was operating her 2012 Toyota Yaris northbound when she encountered a deer crossing the roadway. Blanchette was unable to avoid striking the deer, causing damage to the front passenger quarter panel of her vehicle. Deputy Caleb Poirier was the investigating officer.

    On May 14, an accident occurred on Route 129 in South Bristol involving Ashley N. Orne, 33, of Windsor. Ms. Orne was operating her 2007 Subaru Forester northbound when a deer attempted to cross the roadway traveling east from the southbound shoulder. As a result, she struck the deer. Chief Deputy Rand Maker was the investigating officer.

    On May 14, an accident occurred on Rockland Road in Whitefield involving Abbey R. Bedenik, 18, of Friendship. Ms. Bedenik was operating her 2018 Ford westbound when she tried to turn into a driveway to turn around, however, she misjudged the turn and went into a ditch. Deputy Chad Gilbert was the investigating officer.

    On May 16, an accident occurred on Bunker Hill Road in Newcastle involving Aidan W. Stearns, 17, of Edgecomb. Mr. Stearns was operating his 2007 Subaru Forester northbound when he stated he swerved to avoid an animal. Stearns stated he was traveling approximately 60-65 mph when he drifted onto the right shoulder of the road, crossed the centerline and over corrected to the right. His vehicle then rolled along the left shoulder of the road with three impact points along the shoulder, coming to rest on the driver side, perpendicular to the road on the left shoulder. Deputy David Bellows was the investigating officer.

    On May 17, an accident occurred on Goose Hill Road in Jefferson involving Owen J. Gilbert, 22, of Waldoboro. Mr. Gilbert was operating his 2004 Toyota Tacoma northbound when he swerved to avoid a deer, however, he over corrected and hit a telephone pole. Deputy Jerold Winslow was the investigating officer.

    On May 17, an accident occurred on Waldoboro Road in Jefferson involving Joseph E. Young, 33, of Warren and Jeffrey S. Poland, 52, of Cushing. Mr. Young was operating his 2002 Chevrolet Silverado northbound on East Pond Road when he stated he got distracted and completely missed the stop sign. Poland was operating his 2017 Chevrolet Silverado eastbound on Waldoboro Road when Young entered the intersection. Poland stated he was unable to avoid Young’s vehicle and struck it near the front driver’s side corner. Deputy Andrew Miner was the investigating officer.