Zachary Calden, 19, Whitman St., Mexico, on a charge of criminal trespass, at 7:10 p.m., April 8, on Holman Avenue. He received a summons on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to the Mexico Police Department where he was released on $300 unsecured bail. He is scheduled to appear in 11th District Court, Northern Oxford Division, on June 6.
Between $3,000 and $5,000 damage was caused to the ballfields of the Mexico Recreation Park during the night of April 4. Police Chief Jim Theriault said Corey Moore, Rumford, called the department from the Food Trend in Mexico to report that his car had been stolen. Moore then received a call on a cell phone reporting that his car was at the Mexico Recreation Center, said Theriault. When officer Mike Richard arrived at the park, he discovered Moore’s vehicle stuck in the mud, said Theriault. The matter is under investigation.
Three vehicles sustained a total of $7,000 damage at 8:17 p.m. on March 31 on Cherry Street. Police Chief Jim Theriault said an unknown person driving an apparently stolen 1997 Ford station wagon, registered to Tammy Toth, Rumford, was speeding on the street when the vehicle left the roadway. The wagon struck a parked 1989 Chrysler sedan owned by Joyce Grant, 79, Mexico, and a parked 1996 Dodge sedan owned by Valerie King, 17, Mexico. The driver of the Ford wagon fled the scene, said Theriault.