Lincoln County Sheriff's Office: Six arrests – PenBayPilot.com

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to 165 calls for service for the period of Jan. 3 to Jan. 10. Year to date, LCSO has responded to 207 calls for service.
Vincent A. Shea, 19, of Brookline, Massachusetts was issued a summons Jan. 9 for Allow Minor to Possess or Consume Liquor, after an incident that occurred on Cross Road, Southport Island, on July 22, 2022, by Deputy Caleb Poirier.
Scott A. Hanna, 21, of Alna was arrested Jan. 6 for Violating Condition of Release and Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention, on Cross Road, Alna, by Deputy Matthew Ryan, who was assisted by Deputy Jonathan Colby and Sgt. Scott Hayden.
Jazmyne Lewis, 22, of Alna was arrested Jan. 6 for Violating Condition of Release, on Cross Road, Alna, by Sgt. Scott Hayden.
Camron D.M. Hopkins, 23, of Rockland was arrested Jan. 6 on a Knox County warrant for Failure to Appear on a Domestic Violence Terrorizing charge, at Lincoln Academy, Newcastle, by Deputy Matthew Ryan.
Charles R. Johnson, 60, of Jefferson was arrested Jan. 7 for Operating under the Influence, on South Clary Road, Jefferson, by Deputy Owen Beattie.
Brandon E. Amborn, 26, of Rockport was arrested Jan. 7 for Criminal Threatening with a Dangerous Weapon, on Upper East Pond Road, Nobleboro, by Deputy Joseph Booth.
Scott A. Hanna, 21, of Alna was arrested Jan. 7 for Violating Condition of Release, on Cross Road, Alna, by Deputy Matthew Ryan.
On Jan. 3, an accident occurred on US Route 1 in Nobleboro involving Michael Diaz, 35, of Rockland. Mr. Diaz was operating his 2019 Jeep Compass southbound when he stated he was distracted by something in the road, which could have been an animal. As a result, he swerved and drove off onto the grass shoulder. Deputy Caleb Poirier was the investigating officer.
On Jan. 5, an accident occurred on Townhouse Road in Whitefield involving Hannah S. Miller, 36, of Whitefield. Ms. Miller was operating her 1991 Ford F-150 northbound when she lost control of her vehicle due to extremely icy conditions. As a result, her vehicle rolled over, hit a tree, before coming to rest on the left side of the roadway. Deputy Matthew Ryan was the investigating officer.
On Jan. 5, an accident occurred on Main Road on Westport Island involving Adam J. Webber, 46, of Westport Island. Mr. Webber was operating his 2005 Volkswagen Golf southbound when he lost control on ice, at the intersection of Bridge Road and Main Street. As a result, his vehicle went off the roadway to the right and into a ditch, becoming stuck. Deputy Matthew Ryan was the investigating officer.
On Jan. 6, an accident occurred on Rockland Road in Jefferson involving Kyle J. Raymond, 29, of Waterville. Mr. Raymond was operating his 2007 Volvo XC90 westbound when a deer ran into the roadway and was struck, causing front-end damage. Deputy Matthew Ryan was the investigating officer.
On Jan. 6, an accident occurred on Waldoboro Road in Jefferson involving Anna L. Feltis, 18, of Nobleboro and Joshua A. Hathaway, 36, of Smithfield. Ms. Feltis was operating her 2012 Toyota Camry behind Mr. Hathaway’s 2012 Jeep Wrangler and both vehicles were traveling eastbound. A vehicle ahead of Mr. Hathaway slowed to make a left hand turn and Mr. Hathaway also slowed. Ms. Feltis advised she slowed, but her vehicle slid on the snowy roadway and struck the rear end of Hathaway’s vehicle. Sgt. Scott Hayden was the investigating officer.
 
 
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