MEXICO – The following incidents were handled recently by the Mexico Police Department.

Arrests

• Joan Day, 42, Main Street, Mexico, domestic assault, 4:14 p.m., May 24, at her residence on Main Street. She was released from the Mexico Police Department on an unknown amount of unsecured bail. She is scheduled to appear in Rumford District Court on July 7.

• Linwood Hanson, 45, Alder Street, Mexico, on warrants for failure to appear on a terrorizing charge, 7 a.m., May 26. He was arrested following a call by a Fourth Street resident that several people were camping on his property. Police arrived to find the four, including Hanson, sleeping in two tents. Hanson was taken to the Oxford County jail and was later released. The three other campers were told to leave.

Accident

Vehicles driven by Brendan J. Bradley, 21, Roxbury Road, and Margaret M. Wing, 47, Roxbury Road, collided at 6:55 p.m., May 12 on Granite Street. Bradley’s 2005 Suzuki motorcycle sustained $5,000 damage. Wing’s 2005 Nissan four-door, sustained $3,500 damage. Bradley was summoned on charges of criminal speed and driving a motorcycle without a license. He is scheduled to appear in Rumford District Court on July 7.

Burglary

A Tucker Street resident reported a forcible burglary at 3:54 p.m., May 24, that apparently occurred earlier in the day. A substantial amount of cash, jewelry and medication was taken. The incident involves felonies and thefts. The doorframe was seriously damaged. Police have several suspects.

Thefts

The Mobil service station on Main Street reported at 2 p.m., May 29, the theft of $1,000 in cash sometime over the Memorial Day weekend. Police have a suspect.

Two bicycles, left outside, have been reported stolen. On May 28, a Harlow Hill resident reported the theft of a 26-inch mountain bike. On May 23, a Granite Street resident reported the theft of a BMX-type bike. Each was valued at $100.

Vandalism

A Harlow Hill resident reported at 8:19 p.m., May 20, that someone threw a beer bottle through a front window, causing about $100 damage. Police have leads.


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