MEXICO — The Police Department responded to 77 incidents over the past week, including the following:
* At 1:18 p.m. Aug. 28, officers responded to the report of an assault at the Family Dollar. “Upon investigating, we learned that a 16-year-old had been assaulted by two subjects,” Police Chief Roy Hodsdon said. “We have two suspects right now. We’re still investigating, but when we find the suspects, they will be charged with assault.”
* At 3:59 p.m. Aug. 27, a Swift River Road resident reported an assault of a juvenile. Hodsdon said the juvenile was transported to the hospital, and the case is under investigation.
* At 3:34 p.m. Aug. 26, a Wal-Mart employee reported someone stole their cellphone from the bathroom. The phone was valued at $500. Hodsdon said police have three suspects, and the case remains open.
* At 2 a.m. Aug. 26, a Mexico resident reported an assault occurred on Carlton Avenue. Hodsdon said the victim reported he was jumped by six males. “We’re still working on the case right now,” Hodsdon said. “The victim went to the hospital for minor injuries, and has since been released.”
* On Aug. 25, Mexico police arrested Kandice Child, 41, of Harlow Hill Road in Mexico on a charge of disorderly conduct. Chief Hodsdon said officer Dean Benson responded to the report of an intoxicated woman who was assaulting a customer at the Mexico One Stop on Roxbury Road at 7:17 p.m. She was issued a summons on a charge of assault and warned to go home. “When she got home, she continued to be out of control and was waking up everybody in the building. We ended up arresting her on a charge of disorderly conduct,” the chief said.
* At 6:22 p.m. Aug. 25, a Roxbury Road resident reported that sometime on Aug. 24, someone entered their unlocked vehicle and stole their wallet. The wallet was located, but some contents were missing, Hodsdon said. There are no suspects.
* At 3:05 p.m. Aug. 22, police responded to the report of a vehicle driving through the window of the Circle K gas station on Main Street in Mexico. Hodsdon said Rumford resident Deanna Ryerson was driving her 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis into the gas station when she reportedly lost control of her brakes, Hodsdon said. The window, wall and coolers were damaged and the accident is still under investigation.
“No one was hurt in the accident,” Hodsdon said. “Ryerson did receive a summons for not displaying an inspection sticker.”