* Richard Tyler, 43, of 219 Webster St., domestic violence assault, 12:15 a.m. Thursday at that address.

* Roger C. Chasse, 53, of 60 Highland Spring Road, operating under the influence and refusing to sign criminal summons, 12:09 a.m. at 568 Sabattus Street.

* Cody Roger Chadwick, 18, of 26 Columbia St., carrying a concealed weapon and possession of marijuana, 1:26 a.m. Thursday at 195 Sabattus Street.


* Alish M. Bolens, 24, of 253 Turner St. No. 2R, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 12:19 p.m. Thursday at 100 Mount Auburn Ave.

Androscoggin County

* Benjamin Boulay, 22, of 365 College Road, Greene, warrants, 8:15 Wednesday at 8 Perley St., Lewiston, by Maine State Police.

* Leland Connor, 53, of 24 Cross St., Buckfield, operating under the influence and possession of a scheduled W drug, 1:56 a.m. Thursday, on Buckfield Road, Turner, by Maine State Police.



* A vehicle driven by Oscar J. Edwards, 22, of Auburn, rear-ended a car driven by Janet E. Siviski, 56, of Lewiston, when Siviski was forced to stop quickly as another car pulled out in front of her at 10:13 a.m. Saturday on Sabattus Street. Damage to Edwards’ 2006 Chevrolet was characterized as disabling; the vehicle was towed. Damage to Siviski’s 2010 Toyota was characterized as functional.

* A vehicle driven by Michaela L. Williams, 17, of Lewiston, struck a vehicle driven by Oriel F. Gellatly, 65, of Lewiston, from the rear while Gellatly was stopped in traffic at 4:54 p.m. Saturday on Russell Street. Damage to both Gellatly’s 2007 Hyundai and Williams’ 2001 Mazda was characterized as functional.

* Vehicles driven by Julio Despradel, 63, of Lewiston, and Jamie L. McCallum, 24, of Lewiston, struck each other while both were backing out of parking spaces at Shaw’s on East Avenue at 4:19 p.m. Sunday. Damage to both Despradel’s 1998 Honda and McCallum’s 2005 Ford was characterized as functional.

* A vehicle driven by Nicholas I. Sabetta, 55, of Sebago, rear-ended a vehicle driven by Dorothy H. LeClair, 77, of Auburn while LeClair was stopped at a yield sign at 11:03 a.m. Tuesday on High Street. Before striking LeClair’s car, snow slid onto the windshield of Sabetta’s vehicle as he began to slow down, according to a police report. Damage to Sabetta’s 2002 Jeep was characterized as minor. Damage to LeClair’s 2005 Chevrolet was characterized as functional.

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