Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office: Three arrests

Tue, 04/26/2022 - 12:00pm

    The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 246 calls for service for the period of April 19 to April 26. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 3,352 calls for service.


    John H. Berry Jr., 59, of Jefferson was issued a summons April 23 for Operating after Habitual Offender Revocation, on Rockland Road, Jefferson, by Detective Scott Hayden.

    Kimberly L. Decosta, 36, of Wiscasset was issued a summons April 24 for Assault, on Outback Road, Wiscasset, by Deputy Jeffrey Rogers, who was assisted by Sgt. Jared Mitkus.


    Joshua R. Glidden, 37, of Camden was arrested April 22 on two active Knox County warrants for Probation Revocation and Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer, on East Pond Road, Nobleboro, by Deputy Samuel Alexander, who was assisted by Deputy Jonathan Colby.

    Kolbie-Jo L. Danforth, 28, of Readfield was arrested April 24 for Domestic Violence Assault, on Gates Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Jerold Winslow.

    Nikita M. Bowers, 34, of Wiscasset was arrested April 24 for Operating under the Influence, on Bath Road, Wiscasset, by Deputy Jerold Winslow.


    On April 19, an accident occurred on Route 128 in Dresden involving Roger A. Brawn, 57, of Woolwich. Mr. Brawn was operating his 2015 Dodge Ram northbound when a large limb from a tree broke free, falling onto the hood portion of the vehicle. Chief Deputy Rand Maker was the investigating officer.

    On April 19, an accident occurred on Pond Road in Newcastle involving Joseph R. Norman, 56, of Jefferson. Mr. Norman was operating his 2019 Ford F-150 southbound when he stopped in traffic as road crews were clearing a tree in the roadway. Mr. Norman was allowed through by traffic control, when a branch fell from above and hit his hood. (Branch falling was not from crew cutting). Sgt. Jared Mitkus was the investigating officer.

    On April 21, an accident occurred on Grand Army Road in Whitefield involving Roger M. Franklin, 79, of Whitefield and Kala A. Hinckley, 34, of Jefferson. Mr. Franklin was operating his 2012 Chevrolet Equinox eastbound and Ms. Hinckley was operating her 2011 Ford Focus westbound on Grand Army Road. Franklin failed to yield the right of way, turning left and struck Hinckley’s vehicle, right front to right front. Deputy Jeffrey Rogers was the investigating officer.

    On April 22, an accident occurred on Route 1 in Edgecomb involving Kyle M. Leavitt, 34, of Wiscasset and Courtney Harris, 31, of Dresden. Mr. Leavitt was operating his 2008 Toyota Tundra westbound when he attempted to pass Ms. Harris’ 2020 Toyota Corolla, who was also traveling westbound, on the right side, past the Eddy Road. Harris had slowed down in the roadway and when Leavitt was pulling back out in front of Harris’ vehicle, he struck the passenger side front bumper of her vehicle with the rear driver’s side of his truck. Deputy Ethan Burns was the investigating officer.

    On April 22, an accident occurred on US Route 1 in Nobleboro involving Caleb L. Barter, 21, of Friendship. Mr. Barter was operating his 2019 Chevrolet Malibu northbound when he stated he fell asleep and drifted off the roadway on the right side. His vehicle then traveled in the grass along the road before coming to a culvert ditch, causing his vehicle to rollover. Deputy Samuel Alexander was the investigating officer.

    On April 23, an accident occurred on Country Club Road (Boothbay Transfer Station) in Boothbay involving Mark E. Johnson, 76, of Boothbay and Maria C. Boord, 45, of Boothbay Harbor. Mr. Johnson began backing his 2015 GMC Sierra away from a dumpster when he backed into Ms. Boord’s 2021 Chevrolet Colorado, which was parked. Deputy Samuel Alexander was the investigating officer.