MEXICO — Among the calls answered by the Police Department recently were:

* Sept. 13, 9:29 p.m.: Domestic incident reported on Carver Street. Police Chief Roy Hodsdon said the incident began in Mexico and ended in Rumford. An investigation conducted by Hodsdon, Lt. Dan Carrier and Officer Rob Drouin, as well as Rumford Police Sgt. Tracey Higley led to the Sept. 14 arrest of Trevor Jordan Shuster, 22, of Mexico. In Mexico, Shuster was charged with unlawful seual contact and aggravated assault with strangulation;  in Rumford, he was charged with domestic violence assault. Shuster was transported to the Oxford County Jail. Hodsdon said the victim declined medical treatment.

* Sept. 13: A Middle Avenue resident reported the theft of tools, cash and jewelry valued at over $3,000 taken from the residence. Hodsdon said there is a suspect and they’re looking for the property.

* Sept. 10, 7:40 p.m.: A Granite Street resident reported that over the summer a residence was burglarized, with various tools and electronic equipment stolen. Hodsdon said there are so suspects.

* Chief Hodsdon said there have been four reports over the past two weeks from Mexico businesses that received counterfeit money. He urged people to be on the lookout for fake bills in denominations ranging from $10 to $100. Arrests for counterfeit bills were made in other cases this summer, but the problem persists, not only here but in other communities as well.

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