Incident Report Statistics

Between Friday, July 3, and Friday, July 10, the Lewiston Police Department responded to 738 calls for service. Of those
calls, 181 of them were Motor Vehicle Stops.

  • Accidents: 37
  • Disorderly Disturbances: 55
  • Domestic Disputes: 16
  • Arrests: 33

Criminal Mischief:

  • A window in the rear of Armand’s Body Shop was broken out on the night of July 7.
  • A lawn at 24 Ventura St. was damaged by a vehicle the night of July 8.
  • The Recreation Department, 65 Central Ave., was tagged with graffiti the night of July 5. Three letters were tagged in pink marker.
  • Reservoir tanks at 340 Webber Ave. were tagged with graffiti sometime prior to 1 p.m. on July 9.
  • The fence to the CMP substation, 1875 Lisbon St., was damaged by a truck and rope attempting to pull a post out of the ground.
  • An apartment at 125 Pine St. had a rock thrown through a window on July 3 sometime before 1:45 p.m.
  • The Colisee at 190 Birch St. was tagged with “HART” and some illegible words on the night of July 2 and again July 3.
  • A vehicle parked at 102 Pierce St. had its tires slashed prior to 4 a.m. on July 10. The suspect was a male who was walking in the area.
  • A vehicle parked at 146 Pierce St. had a taillight smashed and its tires slashed the night of July 8.
  • The 12 Hour Club, 120 Lisbon St., was tagged with graffiti the night of July 6. “Leashed Freak” was painted in red spray paint.
  • The loading docks on the Mills Street side of the Bates Mill, 70 Lincoln St., were tagged with graffiti the night of July 6.
  • The gate at the Chestnut Street Garage, 29 Chestnut St., was broken the night of July 3.

Theft:

  • 10 solar powered lights were stolen from 191 Dyer Rd. sometime before July 7.

Burglaries:

  • An apartment at 120 Spring St. was burglarized sometime between July 2 and July 3. A Sylvania 19-inch LCD TV was taken from inside.
  • The Calvary Methodist Church at 59 Sabattus St. was burglarized the night of July 5. The suspect attempted entry to the office once inside but was unsuccessful.
  • An apartment at 29 Howard St. was burglarized between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. on July 5. There were no signs of forced entry; medication was taken from inside.
  • An apartment at 15 Pettingill St. had damage done to an entry door during an apparent attempted burglary. Pry marks were found on the door casing.
  • A home at 70 Leavitt Ave. was burglarized between July 4 and July 5. An Xbox 360 was taken from inside.
  • A home at 225 Scribner Blvd. was burglarized on July 4 before 4 p.m. A bottle of liquor was taken from inside.
  • An apartment at 156 Horton St. was burglarized before 2 p.m. on July 9. Jewelry was taken from inside.
  • An apartment at 131 Horton St. was burglarized on July 7 between 7 and 7:15 p.m.
    Entry was gained by breaking a window. Cash was taken from inside.
  • An apartment at 6 Knox St. was burglarized between 3 and 5 p.m. on July 4. Entry was gained via an unlocked window. Money and a cell phone were taken from inside.
  • The New Beginnings, 245 Lisbon St., was burglarized between July 2 and July 6. Entry was gained by breaking a window. A Dell desktop computer, a Dell laptop, and some frozen chicken were taken from inside.

Motor Vehicle Burglaries:

  • A vehicle parked on Charles Street was burglarized between 6 and 10 a.m. on July 9. A pocketbook was taken from inside.
  • A vehicle parked at the Chestnut Street Garage, 29 Chestnut St., was burglarized prior to 11:40 p.m. on July 5. An iPod and a checkbook were stolen.
  • Operating After Suspension Arrests:
  • Jeffrey Watson, 20, was charged with operating without a license on July 5 at 8 a.m. at 771 Lisbon St.
  • Anne Terrio, 40, was charged with operating while license suspended and violating conditions of release at 11:43 p.m. on July 10 at 255 Park St.
  • Michael Landry, 37, was charged with operating after habitual offender status and violating conditions of release at 12:15 a.m. on July 10 at the intersection of Lisbon and Rosedale Streets.
  • Operating Under the Influence Arrests:
    Joshua Dustin, 33, was charged with operating under the influence at 12:07 a.m. on July 7 at the intersections of Lisbon Street and Gayton Road.
  • Karen Burnham, 46, was charged with operating under the influence on July 8 at 10 p.m. at the intersection of Pine and Pierce streets.


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