Police Log Digest: March 6-12, 2022

On Sunday, March 6, a stolen vehicle report on Hutchinson St. led to a 31-year-old Shapleigh resident being summonsed for theft by unauthorized use of property. A 20-year-old Sanford resident was summonsed for operating after license suspension following a motor vehicle stop on Twombley Rd. A 49-year-old Springvale resident was summonsed for operating after suspension and violating condition of release after a motor vehicle stop on Main St. And a motor vehicle stop at School St. and Alfred Rd. led to a summons for operating after suspension for a 34-year-old resident of Springvale. There were 19 other motor vehicle stops that day, as well as three accidents.

Monday, March 7, there were 19 motor vehicle stops, but none resulted in summonses or arrests. Among the calls that day was a disturbance on Country Club Rd. #2 and larceny/forgery/fraud on Jagger Mill Rd.

On Tuesday, March 8, an arrest was made while Sanford Police assisted another agency to a call on Main St., no details given. Shoplifting, a drug incident, and harassment by phone, all on Main St., were among the other calls that day.

Wednesday, March 9, a 38-year-old Shapleigh resident was summonsed for operating after habitual offender revocation following a motor vehicle stop on Alfred Rd. A motor vehicle accident on Mount Hope Rd. led to a summons to the driver, a 28-year-old Sanford resident, for operating without a license.

On Thursday, March 10, a 32-year-old North Waterboro resident was summonsed for theft following a shoplifting report on Main St. Among the other calls that day were drug incidents on Brook St. and Palace Dr., sex offenses on Central Ave., and domestic disturbances on Oxford St. and Brook St. Peace was restored following a call for an assault in progress on Riverside Ave. Officers conducted 28 motor vehicle stops and responded to two accidents as well.

Friday, March 11, there were four motor vehicle accidents in town. Among the other calls that day were a domestic disturbance on Old Mill Rd. and vandalism on School St.

On Saturday, March 12, a disturbance on St. Ignatius St. and a drug incident on Weaver Dr. were among the calls to which Sanford officers responded.

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