Sheriff’s office logs 109 complaints

July 5-11 was another busy week for the Montmorency County Sheriff’s Office, which logged 109 complaints.

At least seven of those complaints occurred last Monday when a rain storm with high winds toppled trees onto power lines and roadways in Lewiston. No injuries were reported.

Fire department and utility company crews were back in Lewiston on Wednesday after a pickup truck snagged a low hanging power line on County Road 491. No one was hurt.

Two vehicles collided near the beach area of Crooked Lake, south of Atlanta, on Friday. A female was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. Later that night, deputies were sent to a cabin in Albert Township to investigate a burglary. That investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a breaking and entering Saturday morning at a residence on KB Farms Road. That incident also remains under investigation.

And Hillman firefighters were sent to a structure fire Saturday afternoon on Voyer Lake Road. Crews found smoke billowing from the eaves when they arrived, but no flames. Firefighters were on scene for about an hour and 15 minutes. No other information was released.