Incident Report Statistics

Between 7 a.m. Friday, July 17, and 7 a.m. Friday, July 24, Lewiston police responded to 752 calls for service. Of those
calls, 193 were motor vehicle stops.

Accidents: 26

Disorderly disturbances: 7

Domestic disputes: 9

Arrests: 34

Criminal mischief

A vehicle parked at 52 Sabattus St. had a window broken on July 24 at 12:30 a.m.

vehicle parked at 24 Mollison Way had a tire slashed prior to 6 p.m. on July 22.

A building at 5 Andrews Road was tagged with graffiti prior to 8 p.m. on July 17.

A mailbox at 230 Old Webster Road was broken overnight July 19-20.

A vehicle parked at Rooper’s at 794 Sabattus St. was tagged with graffiti overnight July 17- 18; “Gold” and “Golden” were painted in black spray paint.

The Promenade Mall at 855 Lisbon St. was tagged with graffiti sometime after July 14; “No Sleep,” “Gold,” “Golden” and “Stay Gold” were tagged in white spray paint.

A vehicle parked at 176 Blake St. had all four tires slashed overnight July 22-23.

A vehicle parked at 110 Pierce St. had its door dented overnight July 22-23.

A window of the Root Cellar at 89 Birch St. was shot out by a BB gun overnight July 20-21.

A vehicle parked at 2 Cedar St. had windows smashed overnight July 18-19.


A vehicle parked at 11 Garcelon St. had scrap metal stolen from inside of it prior to 4 p.m. on July 18.

Some mail was stolen from 6 Scribner Blvd. prior to 6 p.m. on July 17; a gift card was later used at the Home Depot.

An apartment at 22 Rosedale Acres had two shovels, two rakes, plant pots and a recycling bin stolen from the front porch between 12:30 and 4:20 p.m. on July 17.

A bicycle was stolen from Lewiston High School at 156 East Ave. prior to 1 p.m. on July 22.

A bicycle was stolen from 131 Horton St. overnight July 19-20.

A bicycle was stolen from the porch of 59 Webster St. overnight July 20-21.


Daryl Roberts, 26, was charged with theft of mislaid property and carrying a concealed weapon on July 18 at 1:20 a.m. Roberts was found to be asleep in a wheelchair in front of 77 Bates St.; when he was questioned about the chair he claimed to have found it on the corner of Main and Bates streets and decided to drive it around. He also had a folding knife in his pocket. The wheelchair belongs to Central Maine Medical Center and has since been returned.

A residence at 320 Webster St. was burglarized at 3:40 a.m. on July 19. The residents were awakened by the sound of movement in the dining room. The suspects fled with a Toshiba Satellite laptop computer when confronted.

Custom Metal Roofing at 4 Trident Dr. and Simard & Sons at 3 Trident Dr. were both burglarized. Entry was gained to both buildings in order to remove two forklifts and a skid steer. A truck had to be moved in order to remove one of them. The suspect would have had to be driving a flatbed or a tractor-trailer.

A residence at 18 Malo St. was burglarized sometime after noon July 23. Property was taken.

A basement of an apartment at 265 Blake St. was burglarized sometime between July 15-17. Three Black & Decker drills and a gas leaf blower were taken.

Motor vehicle burglaries

Adonia Labbe, 31, was charged with motor vehicle burglary and theft on July 23 at 3:34 p.m. Officers responded for a report that a white male with glasses had just stolen a belt sander from a truck. Officers checked the area and discovered Labbe walking away from the scene with the sander still in his possession.

A vehicle parked in the Hammond Street lot was burglarized on July 19; an MP3 player and a digital camera were taken.

A vehicle parked at 29 Winter St. was burglarized on July 20 at 2:30 a.m. A window of the vehicle was smashed and a fake Coach purse was taken.

On July 24 at 12:15 a.m. an officer responded to 37 Leavitt Ave. for a report of a motor vehicle burglary in progress. Witnesses described four teenagers going through cars. The only description was of three males dressed in black and one female dressed in white. The suspects fled before taking any property.

A vehicle parked at 10 Ann St. was burglarized overnight July 20-21; a vehicle registration and insurance card were taken from inside.

A vehicle parked at First Choice Muffler at 921 Sabattus St. was burglarized prior to 2:50 p.m on July 18. Tools were taken.

A vehicle parked at 35 Bradley St. was burglarized prior to 1:40 p.m.; a cell phone was taken.

A vehicle parked at 176 Blake St. was burglarized on the night of July 16 and again on the night of July 21. Ten CDs and two pair of sunglasses were taken.

A vehicle parked at 31 River St. was burglarized on July 19 at 11:30 p.m. A window was smashed and an 8-gig iPod touch, a purse and an orange-and-black Tony Hawk BMX were taken.

Operating after suspension arrests

Mathew Martin, 25, was charged with operating after suspension on July 18 at 12:35 a.m. at Main and Lincoln streets after he was stopped at an OUI roadblock.

Operating under the influence arrests

Scott Dingwell, 29, was charged with operating under the influence, operating after suspension, violating conditions of release and refusing to submit to arrest on July 21 at 23:46 at Sabattus and Main streets following a traffic stop. After the stop, Dingwell attempted to flee from officers on foot but was quickly apprehended.


Jeremy Poole, 20, is wanted on a warrant charging domestic assault.

Samuel Libby, 21,
is wanted on a warrant charging unpaid fines for operating after suspension.

Matthew Lavoie, 19, is wanted on a warrant charging criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon.

Please notify the Lewiston Police Department immediately at 207-784-6421 or e-mail [email protected] with any information.

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