During this time the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to 92 calls for service. There were 56 false emergency 911 hang-ups and security alarms received during this period. The following notable complaints were received:
Deputy Steven Ramsey responded to a complaint in Robbinston where a camp owner reported that his camp had been vandalized. As a result of the investigation, four subjects were summons for various crimes including criminal mischief, criminal trespass and unsworn falsification.
Lieutenant Timothy Tabbutt received a complaint of a domestic violence assault in Harrington. The female parties involved were a mother and daughter. No charges were filed in this incident.
A complaint was received by Deputy Dennis Worcester involving a pickup truck partially submerged in the water at Schoodic Lake. No subjects were present at the scene, although the vehicle owner was identified. A tow truck was called and the vehicle was recovered from the lake. Investigation continues.
Deputy Dennis Worcester responded to a complaint in Harrington where it was alleged that a camp had been burglarized. After interviewing several subjects, the complaint was found to be a civil matter.
Deputy Steve Ramsey received a theft and criminal mischief complaint in the Town of Princeton. The complainant reported that seven street signs had been stolen and the sign poles had been damaged. The Town of Princeton is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible. This investigation continues.
An assault complaint was reported in Cherryfield involving two female subjects. The complainant alleged that another female had attempted to choke her with a cord along with being threatened with a knife. Deputy Dennis Worcester responded to the call also assisting with this investigation were Lt. Travis Willey and the Milbridge Police Department. As a result, a female subject was transported to the Washington County Jail and charged with Domestic Violence Assault.