This week the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to 94 calls
for service. Notable complaints are listed below:
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office received 19 “911 hang-up” calls all of which require a response by a law enforcement officer.
Cpl Ralph Pineo investigated a theft complaint in Deblois. Household items were reported missing by a resident. Investigation continues.
Sgt Brandon Parker responded to a domestic disturbance in Harrington. Victim was assaulted and her property was thrown on the lawn. Subject was arrested and charged with assault.
Deputy Ryan Allen investigated a report of theft in East Machias. A business owner reported money missing. Investigation continues.
Deputy Ryan Allen received a call about a missing 11 year old in Lubec. After an investigation the report was unfounded.
Sgt Brandon Parker received a call about an alarm going off in Trescott. Before Sgt Parker arrived at the residence, a key holder had entered the residence and 3 bats were flying around tripping the alarm. No arrests were made.
Sgt Brandon Parker investigated a report of a burglary at the Elementary School in Harrington. Investigation continues.
Deputy John Peterson responded to a personal injury accident possibly involving an intoxicated driver. Officer David Claroni from Baileyville assisted. The individual was transported to Calais Regional Hospital. Charges are pending.
Deputy Ryan Allen responded to a report of fireworks being shot over a house in Princeton. Deputy Allen explained the fireworks law to the individual. A warning was issued.
Sgt Randy Perry responded to a theft in Jonesboro. A debit card was missing and had been used at Elmer’s Country Store. Investigation continues.
Deputy Ryan Allen assisted with a civil assist at Downeast Community Hospital. Subject was medicated when Deputy Allen arrived. No further action was required.
Lt Travis Willey assisted Maine State Trooper Andrew Foss with a probation check in Machias. During the probation check several stolen items were recovered including several firearms. Several arrests were made in connection with the stolen items. Investigation continues.
Cpl Ralph Pineo responded to a possible theft in Addison. A family member had moved out of a residence and taken furniture and household items that did not belong to her. Investigation continues.
Deputy Gregory Sawyer responded to suspicious activity in Meddybemps. A homeowner had been away and when he returned he noticed someone had been snooping around his residence. Investigation continues.
Lt Travis Willey responded to a Domestic Violence Assault in East Machias. The subject was located, arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail.