During this time the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to 197 calls for service. The following notable complaints were received:
Deputy Adam Davis responded to a complaint in Cooper where it was reported that items had been taken from a residence. This investigation continues.
Lieutenant Timothy Tabbutt responded to a domestic dispute complaint in Milbridge. After interviewing all the parties involved, no charges were filed and the family members felt they could resolve their dispute.
Deputy Dennis Perry responded to a burglary complaint in Princeton where it was reported that a leather funeral book had been taken from a residence. Several individuals have been interviewed and the investigation continues.
Deputy Dennis Perry and Corporal Christopher Donahue responded to an assault complaint in Robbinston involving several family members. Interviews were conducted and evidence was recovered. No charges have been filed to date, as this case was turned over to the District Attorney’s Office for review.
Corporal Christopher Donahue responded to a theft complaint in Robbinston. The complainant reported that an outboard motor gas tank which had just been filled with gas had been stolen from his boat that was docked on Boyden’s Lake. Corporal Donahue continues the investigation on this matter.
Deputy Adam Davis and Sergeant Brandon Parker are investigating a burglary complaint in Lubec. The residential owner stated that forced entry had been made into the structure and a generator had been stolen. This case continues to be investigated.
Sergeant Brandon Parker received a theft complaint in Whitneyville. The reporting party advised that money had been stolen from a purse at her residence. The investigation into the missing money continues.
During a routine traffic stop in Addison, Lieutenant Travis Willey conducted a search of vehicle and located a useable amount of marijuana. As a result, two male subjects were issued summons for Illegal Possession of a Useable Amount of Marijuana along with the driver receiving an additional summons for Illegal Transportation of Drugs.
Several deputies conducted bail compliance checks across the county. All subjects were in compliance except one female who resides in the Town of Cherryfield. The female subject was arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail. She received a summons for Violating Condition of Release.
Sergeant Ralph Pineo received a theft of a lawn mower complaint in Edmunds. This case remains open and the investigation continues.
Lieutenant Travis Willey received a criminal threatening complaint. As a result of this complaint a male subject in Lubec was arrested on an outstanding warrant and transported to the Washington County Jail.
A complaint of a domestic violence assault was received in the Town of Danforth. Deputy Dennis Perry responded to a location where the injured female victim had sought protection. Upon arrival, Deputy Perry was advised that the male suspect was no longer at the residence as he had been taken to another residence close by. After interviewing the victim and witnesses Deputy Perry attempted to locate the male suspect. Numerous law enforcement officers and deputies responded to assist in locating the suspect. After several hours the male suspect was located and arrested. He was transported to the Washington County Jail and was charged with Aggravated Assault DV Strangulation, Terrorizing and Criminal Threatening.