Police log

Police log

CHARGES

LEWISTON

Ellen Armour, 23, of 29 Walnut St., Lewiston, on a warrant, 9:55 a.m. Friday on Walnut Street.

Timothy Arthur Schoubroek, 27, of 120 Horton St., Lewiston, violation of bail conditions, 6:35 a.m. Saturday on the Longley Bridge.

John Francis Toler, 39, of 64 Elm St., operating under the influence, 10:15 p.m. Friday, 141 Pierce St.

Androscoggin County

Todd Sullivan, 18, of 44 Knapp St., Livermore Falls, criminal mischief, violation of bail, 12:05 a.m. Saturday by Livermore Falls police, skate park.

Jason Priest, 21, of 19 Fogg Lane, operating under the influence, charged by Androscoggin County Sheriff's Office, 1:44 a.m. Saturday on Main Street, Auburn.

Mustafa Bulle, 27, of 414 Turner St., Auburn, operating under the influence and operating after license suspension, charged by Lisbon police, 12:58 a.m. Saturday, Route 196 in Lisbon.

Charley Cray, 21, of 30 Pikes Hill, Norway, operating under the influence, 2:27 a.m. Saturday, charged by Lisbon police, Route 196.

Maria Sepulveda-Cyr, 38, of 62 Drewey Drive, Leeds, cultivating marijuana and aggravated trafficking, charged by Androscoggin County Sheriff's Office, 10:16 p.m. Friday on Route 196.

John Cyr, 20, of 62 Drewey Drive, Leeds, cultivating marijuana and aggravated trafficking, charged by Maine State Police, 10:16 p.m. Friday on Route 196.

Auburn

Timothy Evrard, 30, of 12 Ninth St., violation of bail, 1 a.m. Saturday, Main Street, Auburn.

Accident

LEWISTON — A young boy in his mother's parked car put the vehicle out of gear Saturday morning which prompted it to roll across a street, across a yard and into a building, Lewiston police said.

No one was seriously injured, but the building sustained several thousand dollars worth of damage; the vehicle, $800 in damages.

Becky S. St. Amand, 28, of 2 Tanglewood Drive, was on the passenger's side of her 1998 Dodge cleaning it in her driveway at 9:19 a.m. Her 4-year-old son got in the driver's side and pulled the shift, putting the car into neutral, according to a police report.

That prompted the 1998 Dodge to roll across Tanglewood Drive, across the yard of a home at 16 Wildwood Drive, then into that building.

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that hood loom should be

that hood loom should be arrested for driving without a license, driving to endanger, breaking and entering, and not wearing a seat belt, and should be treated like an adult, no mercy for you baby....(laugh it off, sounds like he's ok)

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