LIVERMORE FALLS – Police are investigating vandalism at a former nursing home, a stolen wallet, a missing wishing well and fights between juveniles.

Two 17-year-old Livermore Falls boys were charged with assault, Lt. Thomas E. Gould said, after they allegedly assaulted two girls trying to break up a fight.

Several complaints came in Monday evening about a large group of kids pushing, shoving and yelling on Vine Street, he said, and a fight taking place between two individuals.

In a separate incident Monday, police received a complaint of all-terrain vehicles and dirt bikes ripping up the lawn and leaving tire marks in the former Parkview Nursing Home parking lot on Fiorica Avenue.

The recreation vehicles are making ruts in the lawn, Gould said.

Police have notified Maine Warden Service about the vandalism.

Police are also looking into a complaint of burglary of a motor vehicle on Route 17 where a wallet and an undisclosed amount of cash was stolen, Gould said. The vehicle was unlocked when the burglary occurred.

Officers are also investigating a Moose Hill Road resident’s report of a stolen vehicle, which was initially borrowed for a short time, but then reported stolen after it turned out the borrower took the vehicle to New York.

A Park Street resident reported a new wishing well was stolen from his property.

Gould asked that if anyone finds the new well to report it to police.


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