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Sunday, December 19, there were no arrests or summonses. Officers were kept busy with a report of shoplifting and two reports of larceny/forgery/fraud on Main St., a disturbance on State St., and a report of terrorizing/threatening on Riverbank Ct. in Springvale, among other calls.

On Monday, December 20, officers were kept busy with a drug incident on Main St., a tobacco violation on Spartan Dr., a sex offender registration on Main St., and disturbances on Bridge St. and North Ave., among other calls.

Tuesday, December 21, calls included shoplifting, terrorizing/threatening and an animal complaint. Eight motor vehicle stops resulted in warnings issued.

On Wednesday, December 22, officers responded to domestic disturbances on Pioneer Ave., River St. (twice), Lebanon St. and Lemandeau Rd. One of those calls resulted in an arrest, when a 53-year-old Sanford resident was charged with domestic violence assault. A 42-year-old resident of Parsonsfield was summonsed for violating condition of release. A 41-year-old Sanford resident was also taken into custody on Main St. in Springvale that day on a warrant.

On the early morning of Thursday, December 23, a motor vehicle stop at Grammar and Bateman Sts. resulted in a 27-year-old Sanford resident being summonsed for failure to register vehicle more than 150 days and violating condition of release. Later that day, a report of a burglary (breaking and entering) on Main St. was reported, as well as larceny/forgery/fraud on Cheney St. in Springvale.

On Christmas Eve, there were again a number of domestic disturbances, including on Shaw’s Ridge Rd. and twice on Payne St. in Springvale. Officers were called to Jackson St. three times for domestic disturbances, and on the third call took a 28-year-old Sanford resident into custody for violating condition of release and an outstanding warrant. A disturbance on Main St. required the assistance of Sanford EMS to transport someone to the hospital.

Christmas Day saw domestic disturbances on Oxford St. and Brook St. No arrests were made or summonses issued. Officers also responded to a burglary alarm on Main St., a report of harassment on Rankin St. and a juvenile runaway on Spruce St.

Along with winter comes winter weather and an increase in motor vehicle accidents. In addition to all the other calls for service, Sanford Police responded to 18 motor vehicle accidents with damage during the week.

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:

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