Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Washington County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Report for September 13 – 19, 2013

This week the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to 63 calls for service. Notable complaints are listed below:

Deputy Gregory Sawyer assisted Baileyville Police Department with serving papers.

Deputy Adam Davis investigated a report of criminal trespass in East Machias. A male subject traveling by bicycle across country had set up a tent on town property for the night. After speaking the individual, he agreed to move his tent to another location for the night.

Sgt Brandon Parker investigated a vehicle blocking traffic in Harrington. A truck was sitting in the roadway with a male asleep in the cab. The truck was removed from the road and the individual was given a ride home.

Sgt Brandon Parker issued a warning for harassment in Columbia. A female was texting and calling another female repeatedly.

Deputy Dennis Worcester investigated a complaint for harassment in Harrington. A female was being harassed by text messages. The complainant decided to change her phone number. No further action.

Deputy Dennis Worcester assisted the Maine Warden Service with a deer that had been struck by a vehicle in Addison.

Deputy Dennis Worcester assisted Milbridge Police Dept. with a traffic stop. The driver was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated a theft in Charlotte. An outboard motor was reported missing. Investigation continues.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated a criminal mischief complaint in Princeton. A front window of a residence had been damaged. After interviewing witnesses a summons was issued for criminal mischief.

Sgt Brandon Parker investigated a burglary complaint in Harrington. A residence had been entered but nothing was missing. Investigation continues.

Lt Timothy Tabbutt arrested a female for violation of a protection order in Columbia.

Sgt Ralph Pineo investigated a criminal threatening in Harrington. Investigation continues.

Cpl Ryan Allen responded to a suspicious activity complaint in Robbinston. A person that was listed on the sex offender registry was parked at the end of the complainant’s driveway. Cpl Allen spoke with the individual who was waiting for a tree cleaning service. No charges were filed.

Lt Timothy Tabbutt responded to a harassment complaint in Addison. A landlord was harassing tenants while they were moving out of a rental. No charges were filed at this time.

Lt Timothy Tabbutt responded to a domestic disturbance in Cherryfield. A male subject was intoxicated and had tried to enter a residence to retrieve his belongings. The subject left when he was locked out of the residence. No charges pending.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated theft of property from Washington Academy in East Machias. 2 IPods and cash were reported missing. Two juveniles were charged with theft and given a court date.