Incident Report Statistics

Between Friday, Nov. 9, at 7 a.m. and Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 7 a.m. the department responded to 544 calls for service. Of those calls, 159 of them were motor vehicle stops.

Accidents: 36

Disorderly Disturbances: 37

Domestic Disputes: 12

Arrests: 29

Criminal Mischief

A vehicle parked at 20 Orange St. had a tire slashed overnight Nov. 11-12.

A vehicle parked at ACS was damaged overnight Nov. 8-9. The suspect cut the serpentine belt to the vehicle.

A rock was thrown through a business window at 215 Bartlett St. sometime overnight Nov. 11-12.
 

A vehicle parked on the roadside at 74 Birch St. had a rear windshield smashed out with a piece of tar between 1-3 a.m. on Nov. 11.

The rear of Mill No. 6 was tagged with graffiti overnight Nov. 9-10. The tag was “spell” and was painted in red paint.

Freirhoffer Bakeries at 24 Landry Road was tagged with graffiti sometime over the weekend Nov. 9-13.

A vehicle parked at 36 Frye St. was tagged with graffiti overnight Nov. 12-13.

A vehicle parked at 129 Wood St. was damaged with dents and scratches sometime between Nov. 11-13.

Thefts

A customer of the Blue Goose had her purse and jacket stolen from inside the bar on Nov. 11, after midnight.

A garage at 33 Scribner Circle was entered prior to 3 p.m. Nov. 12 and a bicycle was stolen from inside.

A 7.5-foot Fisher Minute Mount plow was stolen from the parking lot of 518 Lincoln St. overnight Nov. 12-13. It is believed the suspect attached the plow to their truck.

A vehicle parked on Canal Street alley was burglarized between 1:30-5:30 p.m. on Nov. 12.

Sometime overnight Nov. 12-13 a 26-inch Giant Sedona mountain bike was stolen outside 130 Horton St.

A vehicle parked at 197 Bartlett St. was burglarized between 12-5 p.m. on Nov. 13, a stereo was removed from inside, a window was broken to gain entry.

Burglaries

An apartment at 54 Blake St. was burglarized overnight Nov. 9-10. Entry was gained by breaking a kitchen window. A Compaq computer, a 26-inch Hitachi TV and a printer/scanner were stolen from inside.

A construction utility trailer at 697 Old Greene Road was burglarized between Nov. 10-12. Pry marks were found near the padlock and latch, a Ridgid skillsaw, a CD/radio/battery pack, a skillsaw and cordless drill were stolen.

On Nov. 10 at 4:27 a.m., a resident of 16 Roslin Ave. reported a burglary in progress. He described a black male who was wearing all black, attempted to enter his residence and fled toward McMahon school when he was discovered. A K-9 track was attempted.

C & C Insulation at 81 East Ave. was burglarized overnight Nov. 10-11. Entry was gained by prying an entry door, several cabinets and interior doors were also pried. A deposit bag with $247 was stolen from inside.

An apartment at 133 Sabattus St. was burglarized on Nov. 4. A DVD player and a rifle were taken from inside.

Operating After Suspension Arrests

Sir Hamilton-Price, 25, was arrested for operating without a license on Nov. 9 at 2:04 a.m. at Lisbon and Chestnut streets following a routine traffic stop.

Zachary Heath, 18, was arrested for operating while license suspended on Nov. 13 at 11:56 p.m. at Lincoln and Chestnut streets following a routine traffic stop.

Operating Under the Influence Arrests

Penny Marquis, 46, was arrested for operating under the influence on Nov. 10 at 10:44 p.m. at 607 Sabattus St. following a routine traffic stop.

Luke Pelletier, 46, was arrested for operating under the influence on Nov. 11 at 12:12 a.m. at Lisbon Street and East Avenue following a routine traffic stop.

Warrants

If you recognize any of these suspects, please contact the department at (207) 784-6421 or e-mail [email protected] with any info.

This department is looking for Jonathan Brewster, 26. He is wanted on a warrant charging unpaid fines for operating after habitual offender status.

This department is looking for Cody Tribble, 20. He is wanted on a warrant charging unpaid fines for assault.

This department is looking for Donald Tripp, 26. He is wanted on a warrant charging unpaid fines for assault.


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