By Abigail Curtis
Bangor Daily News
LINCOLNVILLE, Maine — Nearly 400 residents came out in force Saturday at an annual town meeting where the hottest issue had to do with how to police the small, rural community.
It got so hot at the packed Lincolnville Central School gym that at one point during the more than three-hour-long debate over whether to eliminate the town police department, an attendee actually called the cops for crowd control.
Maine's rural communities debate merits of local policing