This week the Sheriff’s Office responded to 70 calls for service. Notable complaints are listed below:
The Sheriff’s Office responded to eleven 911 hang up calls. All 911 calls require a response from an officer.
The Sheriff’s Office conducted 10 motor vehicle stops.
Sgt Brandon Parker responded to a verbal confrontation in East Machias on the Sunrise Trail. Sgt Parker referred the matter to the Warden’s Service.
Sgt Ralph Pineo investigated a theft of wooden slabs in Perry. Investigation continues.
Deputy Christopher Donahue investigated a criminal threatening report in Robbinston. Verbal threats had been made by telephone. Warnings issued.
Deputy Christopher Donahue investigated a report of Theft in Alexander. Cash and credit cards were reported missing from a residence. It was discovered that a family member had been at the residence. The reporting party did not want to pursue any charges at this time.
Sgt Ralph Pineo stopped a motor vehicle that was operating erratically in Columbia Falls. The driver was issued a summons for Operating without a license.
Deputy Christopher Donahue served a summons in Perry for Calais Police Department.
Cpl John Peterson investigated a theft in Pembroke. A person was seen leaving a residence on a bicycle and money was discovered missing. Investigation continues.
Deputy Dennis Worcester, Lt Travis Willey and Milbridge Officer James Malloy conducted a probation check in Cherryfield. The probationer was in compliance with his probation conditions.
Lt Travis Willey stopped two motor vehicles that were driving erratically. One of the drivers was arrested for operating under the influence and a passenger was arrested on a warrant from Penobscot County. The other driver was given a summons for Operating after Suspension.