Thursday, October 10, 2013

Washington County Sheriff’s Office weekly Report for September 27, 2013 – October 3, 2013.

This week the Sheriff’s Office responded to 77 calls for service. Notable complaints are listed below:

Sgt Ralph Pineo responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle near the Hadley Lake Road with drug paraphernalia inside. A bear hunter had discovered the vehicle while hunting. The land owner was notified.

Sgt Ralph Pineo investigated a Protection from Abuse Violation in Columbia. Sgt Pineo interviewed the witnesses and determined that no violation had occurred.

Cpl Ryan Allen assisted Machias Police Dept. at the Thirsty Moose Café with a fight in the parking lot. A large group of people had gathered outside and were fighting. Once the officers pulled into the parking lot the group disbursed. No charges were filed.

Deputy Christopher Donahue investigated a theft of an outboard in Harrington. A motor had been stolen from a boat that was tied to a float on Oak Point Road. Investigation continues.

Lt Travis Willey investigated an individual who was non-compliant with the sex offender registry. Lt Willey located a residence in Jonesport where the individual was living but he was not at home. Investigation continues.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer arrested a female in Perry who had an outstanding warrant.

Sgt Brandon Parker responded to a motor vehicle accident in Day Block Township. A vehicle had hit a moose that was already dead in the road. The driver had no personal injuries but had damage to his vehicle.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer along with several officers from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the Maine Warden Service and K9 Stryker executed a search warrant in Roque Bluffs. Marijuana plants, cash, firearms, syringes, pills and drug paraphernalia were found during the search. Three individuals were arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail.

Cpl Ryan Allen, Lt Timothy Tabbutt and Deputy Christopher Donahue responded to a possible bomb threat at the Cobscook Community Learning Center in Trescott. A bomb threat had been written on a shelf in one of the classrooms. The center was cleared and closed for the day. No bomb was located. Investigation continues.

Sgt Brandon Parker responded to Milbridge to remove an intoxicated male from the front lawn of a residence. Sgt Parker gave the subject a ride to Cherryfield.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated a report of a violation of Protection from Abuse in Machiasport. After speaking with the witnesses Deputy Sawyer determined that no violation had occurred.

Cpl John Peterson investigated a report of several camps being broken into on Spednick Lake in Forest City Township. Investigation continues.

Sgt Brandon Parker and Lt Travis Willey assisted a landlord in Lubec with evicting the tenants. The tenants had moved out when the officers arrived.