LEWISTON — Police responded to 605 calls for service from 7 a.m. June 26 to 7 a.m. July 2. Of those, 127 were motor vehicle stops.
Accidents: 25
Disorderly disturbances: 60
Domestic disputes: 14
Arrests: 26
Criminal Mischief
A vehicle parked at 9 Nancy St. was burglarized between June 26 and 30.
A vehicle parked at 315 Old Greene Road had its windshield broken between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. June 28.
A window at Ouellette’s Collision at 1073 Sabattus St., as well as a vehicle were damaged overnight June 26-27.
Several mailboxes were smashed on Webster Street on June 27 at 3:30 p.m. The suspects were two males who were on foot in the area.
A mailbox at 61 Webber Ave. was destroyed by an acid bomb in a 2-liter Coke bottle June 28 at 11 p.m.
The Multi-Purpose Center at 145 Birch St. was tagged with graffiti overnight June 29-30. “RAM” or “ROM” was painted; this is the same tag that appeared at 449 Sabattus St.
Val’s Flower Boutique at 115 Pine St. had a plate glass window damaged overnight June 27-28.
The building at 114 Pierce St. was tagged with graffiti overnight June 29-30.
An apartment door at 110 Pierce St. was painted with “R Heart M” in black paint before 10 p.m. June 29.
The South Lewiston Little League Field snack shack on Martin Drive had its door damaged overnight June 29-30 during an attempted burglary.
Arrests
Justin Edwards, 28, charged with criminal mischief, refusing to submit to arrest, minor consuming liquor, and indecent conduct on July 1 at 7:21 p.m. Officers responded to the area at the request of Bates Security personnel, who were chasing Edwards after he was seen urinating in public and then damaged a golf cart.
Thefts
A vehicle parked at 2 Howe St. had a license plate, ME REG 7502PK, stolen from it sometime over the previous month.
A bicycle was stolen from 90 Ash St. prior to 3 p.m. June 28.
Two 20-inch Next Mountain bikes were stolen from 34 Pettingill St. between 8 p.m. on June 25 and 5 p.m. June 26.
An 8-foot Fisher snowplow was stolen from the rear of the Operations Center at 195 River Road between June 25 and 30. The suspect also attempted to steal a larger 10-foot plow but was unsuccessful.
A Ryobi table saw and a Milwaukee paint sprayer were stolen from the basement of 11 Horton St. between June 21 and 26.
A black Cannon Vixia HG20 camcorder was stolen from the Trinity Church at 247 Bates St. between noon and 1 p.m. June 30.
A bicycle was stolen from 1 Lincoln Circle before 9:20 p.m. June 28.
Burglaries
The Blue Goose at 69 Sabattus St. was burglarized overnight June 29-30. Entry was gained by removing an air conditioner. Liquor was taken from inside.
An apartment at 67 Oak St. was burglarized prior to 7 p.m. June 29. A Nintendo Wii was taken from inside.
An apartment at 21 Summer St. was burglarized overnight June 28-29. A television was taken from inside.
An apartment at 115 College St. was burglarized between 1:30 and 2:45 p.m. July 1. The entry door was carded, a Compaq laptop computer was taken from inside.
Roy’s Bicycle shop at 51 Farwell St. was burglarized at 1:30 a.m. June 30. The suspect broke a window and grabbed a black BMX with lime green spokes from inside. He is described as a tall, white, skinny male wearing a dark sweatshirt and blue jeans. He fled toward Webber Avenue.
Motor Works Auto at 686 Sabattus St. was burglarized between 10:30 p.m June 26 and 5 a.m. June 26. There were no signs of forced entry. An Actron diagnostic tester, Quad Processor Video System, Go PED gas powered scooter, and an HP laptop were taken from inside.
A mobile home at 7 Oxbow Dr. was burglarized before 6 pm. June 26. A laptop computer was taken from inside.
An apartment at 131 Horton St. was burglarized between 12:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. June 29. An HP mini laptop and a coin purse were taken from inside.
Speaker’s Variety at 29 Spruce St. was burglarized overnight June 27-28. Entry was gained by the roof tiles from the basement connecting the store to the apartments next door. Some cigars and lighters were taken.
Motor vehicle burglaries
A vehicle parked at 14 Buttonwood Lane was burglarized overnight June 20-21. A laptop computer was taken from inside.
A vehicle parked at 16 Dupuis Ave. was burglarized sometime between June 23 and 30. A stereo was taken from inside.
A vehicle parked at 176 Pine St. was burglarized overnight June 29-30. A stereo faceplate was taken from inside.
A vehicle parked at 142 Bartlett St. was burglarized prior to 9:30 p.m. June 28. A purse was taken from inside.
A vehicle parked at 30 River St. was burglarized during the evening of June 28. Cash, a radar detector, and a Mio GPS were taken from inside.
A vehicle parked at 34 River St. was burglarized overnight June 28-29. Some change was taken from the center console.
Robbery
On July 1 at 2 a.m., a male pedestrian was walking through Kennedy Park when he was jumped by several black teenage males. The suspects pushed him to the ground and stole his cell phone, cash and some prescription medications. He is presently in the hospital with a spleen injury.
A female pedestrian was assaulted and robbed in Kennedy Park at 10:30 p.m. June 26. She reported she was walking home from the South End Club when she was approached by three black males, who pushed her to the ground and proceeded to kick and punch her. She attempted to fight them off, but they stole money and fled the scene.
Officers responded to the Big Apple at 1892 Lisbon St. on June 29 at 11:32 p.m. for a report of a robbery. The store clerk reports that a middle-aged white male, of average height and build, with short blonde hair stole money from his hand, a bottle of liquor and a case of beer from the store and fled on foot.
OAS arrest
Roland Therrien, 21, charged with habitual motor vehicle offender and failing to stop for an officer at 7:21 p.m. June 30 at Sabattus and Hamel streets
OUI arrest
Ann Lachance, 44, charged with operating under the influence at 1:58 a.m. July 2 at 500 Lincoln St.
Wanted
Michael Gallo, 22, is wanted on a warrant charging failure to appear for operating after suspension.
Joshua Kyle, 21, is wanted on a warrant charging failure to appear for criminal mischief.
Levi Bolton, 19, is wanted on a warrant charging failure to appear for operating after suspension.
Please call 207-784-6421 or e-mail [email protected] with information.


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