Friday, July 1: A 58-year-old Sanford resident was summonsed for assault on Main St. Following a shoplifting call to Main St., a 48-year-old Wells resident was taken into custody on a warrant, with the additional theft charge. Two juveniles, aged 14 an 15, were summonsed for shoplifting in a separate Main St. incident.
Saturday, July 2: A shoplifting call just after noon on Main St. led to a 30-year-old resident of Rochester, NH, being taken into custody on two outstanding warrants, being a fugitive from justice, and two theft charges.
Sunday, July 3: A disturbance on Adams St. led to a 47-year-old Sanford resident being summonsed for terrorizing.
Monday, July 4: A 29-year-old Sanford resident was stopped at the intersection of Emerson and Main Sts. and summonsed for speeding 30+ mph over the limit, and violating condition of release.
Tuesday: July 5: A 40-year-old Sanford resident was taken into custody on Main St., on a warrant, and charged with failure to appear in court. Following a motor vehicle stop at High and Spruce Sts., a 44-year-old Sanford resident was summonsed for operating after suspension. An arrest was made on Trafton St. while Sanford Police were assisting another agency, no details given.
Wednesday, July 6: A 49-year-old Alfred resident was summonsed for operating after suspension, following a motor vehicle stop at Grammar St. and Grammar Rd. A report of shoplifting on Main St. resulted in a 43-year-old Lebanon resident being summonsed for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.
Thursday, July 7: A 26-year-old resident of New Durham, NH, was summonsed for shoplifting and violating conditions of release, following a Main St. call.
Friday, July 8: An arrest was made while assisting another agency on Oak St. in Sanford, no details given. A domestic disturbance on Twombley Rd. resulted in a 27-year-old Sanford resident being taken into custody on a warrant, with additional charges of refusing to submit to arrest or detention, and violating condition of release. A report of terrorizing/threatening on Main St. led to a 49-year-old Auburn resident being arrested on two counts of violating condition of release, as well as indecent conduct.
Monday, July 11: Two juveniles, aged 13 and 15, were summonsed for assault, following a report on Roberts St. A 15-year-old juvenile was summonsed for being a minor consuming liquor, following a disturbance in Main St.
Tuesday, July 12: Sanford Police responding to a disturbance on Brook St. took a 41-year-old resident of Morrill, ME, into custody for violating probation.
Wednesday, July 13: A report of an assault on Terry Dr. resulted in a 22-year-old Sanford resident being arrested for domestic violence assault.
Thursday, July 14: A 51-year-old resident of Biddeford, described as transient, was summonsed for aggravated criminal mischief following a report of vandalism on Main St. A 33-year-old resident of Dover, NH was summonsed for assault following a call to Kilby St. Officers responding to a disturbance at Harvard and High Sts. took a 59-year-old Sanford resident into custody on charges of aggravated reckless conduct and criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon. Following a motor vehicle stop at Main and Roberts Sts., a 28-year-old Sanford resident was arrested on an outstanding warrant, with an additional charge of operating without a license.
Friday, July 15: A motor vehicle stop on Main St. led to a 32-year-old Sanford resident being summonsed for operating under the influence with a prior. A 25-year-old Sanford resident was arrested for operating under the influence following a motor vehicle accident on Main St. A 58-year-old Biddeford resident was summonsed for criminal mischief after officers responded to a disturbance on Main St.
Additionally, there were several civil summonses issued on motor vehicle stops, and summonses served, which are not included here.
This digest includes just a few of the calls Sanford Police responded to on these dates. The complete police logs, with names and addresses of those arrested and summonsed, can be viewed and downloaded on the city’s website here: https://www.sanfordmaine.org/index.asp?SEC=CEDEF129-68EB-4E1B-9AD8-B8FEE7400AE8&Type=B_BASIC