The Sheriff’s Office responded to 67 calls for service. 9 of those calls were “911 Hang ups” which require a response from an officer. Notable complaints are listed below:
Sgt Brandon Parker responded to a report of shots being fired at a road sign in Marion Township. A vehicle traveling on Route 86 discharged a firearm at a school bus sign. Investigation continues.
Sgt Brandon Parker conducted a bail check in Marshfield. The subject had a no use or possession of drugs or alcohol condition. The subject was in compliance with the bail conditions.
Deputy Christopher Donahue investigated a theft in Baileyville. A family member had stolen coins. Investigation continues.
Sgt Ralph Pineo conducted a bail check in Machias. The subject had a no use or possession of drugs or alcohol. Subject was in compliance with the bail conditions.
Deputy Dennis Worcester responded to a complaint of a female walking on Main Street in East Machias that appeared to be in need of assistance. The female was transported to the Downeast Community Hospital. Her boyfriend was located and arrested for domestic assault and transported to the Washington County Jail. Lt Timothy Tabbutt and Sgt Ralph Pineo assisted.
Lt Timothy Tabbutt responded to a juvenile that had run away from home in Harrington. The juvenile was located in Machias with a friend.
Lt Timothy Tabbutt investigated a theft of heating oil from a camp on Chain Lake. 50 gallons of heating oil was missing. Investigation continues.
Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated a burglary in East Machias. Someone had entered a residence and turned the thermostat to 90 degrees. No damage or items missing. Investigation continues.
Sgt Brandon Parker arrested a female for criminal speeding in Addison.
Lt Timothy Tabbutt and Deputy Dennis Worcester conducted bail checks in Jonesport. The subjects were in compliance with their bail conditions.