Police Log Digest: Week of December 26, 2021

On Sunday, December 26, Sanford Police responding to a shoplifting call on Main St. took a 23-year-old Springvale resident into custody on, an outstanding warrant. Other calls that day included a disturbance on Church St. and a domestic disturbance on Twombley Rd.

Monday, December 27, there were no arrests or summonses. Among the calls that day were a sex offender registration/verification on Main St., animal complaints on Main St. and Deering Neighborhood Rd., a report of larceny/forgery/fraud on Kilby St. and two motor vehicle accidents.

On Tuesday, December 28, among the calls Sanford Police responded to was a report of a violation of a protective order on Camire Ave, and two motor vehicle accidents on Main St. Of eight motor vehicle stops, seven resulted in warnings while one driver was issued a summons.

Wednesday, December 29, officers investigated reports of harassment on Lowell St. and harassment by phone on Main St. Services were rendered following a report of harassment on Howard St. in Springvale. Among the other calls that day were vandalism on Patriots Ln. and a disturbance on Airport Rd.

On Thursday, December 30, a motor vehicle stop at School and Jackson Sts. resulted in summonses to three people. A 19-year-old Sanford resident was charged with unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, carrying a concealed weapon, having a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle, possession of marijuana, and possession of a firearm by a prohibited/unlawful user of a controlled substance. Two other 19-year-olds, one a Sanford resident and one a resident of Springvale, were also charged with unlawful possession of a scheduled drug.

That same day, a shoplifting report on Main St. led to a 55-year-old North Berwick resident being summonsed for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. A report of a stolen vehicle on Berwick Ct. was among the other calls that day.

On the morning of Friday, December 31, a Main St. motor vehicle accident resulted in a summons to a 23-year-old Berwick resident for failing to give motor vehicle accident information. Disturbances on Oxford St., School St. and Hutchinson St. kept officers busy that day. A call for a burglary in progress on Roberts St. was investigated.

On New Year’s Day 2022, a motor vehicle stop at Main and York Sts. led to a summons being issued to a 40-year-old Berwick resident for operating while license was suspended/revoked for OUI. There were 13 other motor vehicle stops that day along Main St., one other of which resulted in a summons and 11 for which the driver received a warning.

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