Houlton Police Log

12 years ago

    Editor’s Note: An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.

    HOULTON — The Houlton Police Department responded to the following incidents from Sunday, April 1 to Saturday, April 7.

 

Sunday, April 1

    7:09 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to North Street to check on the safety of an intoxicated person.

    7:48 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Mill Street to investigate animal complaint.

    12:00 p.m. – Officer Wampler responded to Pine Dr. to arrest a 25-year-old man, for domestic assault and violating conditions of release.

    12:55 p.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Riverfront Park to check a suspicious person.

    8:52 p.m. – Officer E. Pelletier responded to Military Street to investigate report of criminal mischief.

    10:04 p.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to Court Street to investigate car/deer motor vehicle accident.

    10:48 p.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to Spring Street, to check out a 911 hang-up call.

Monday April 2

    9:10 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Market Square to investigate report of criminal mischief.

    10:45 a.m. – Officer Nason responded to B Road to investigate a report of theft.

    4:38 p.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Ludlow Road to assist Maine State Police.

    4:58 p.m. – Officer Nason responded to Main Street to investigate report of domestic disturbance.

    5:12 p.m. – Officer Nason responded to Hillview Avenue to check out suspicious activity.

Tuesday, April 3

    4:34 a.m. – Sgt. Parker responded to North Street to assist Maine State Police.

    9:51 a.m. – Officer E. Pelletier responded to Pleasant Street to check out suspicious activity.

    10:30 a.m. – Officer Nason responded to Darcie Lane to arrest a 34-year-old man for failure to appear in court.

    10:54 a.m. – ACO Upton responded to Court Street to check animal complaint.

    1:30 p.m. – Officer E. Pelletier responded to Ludlow Road to investigate motor vehicle accident.

    2 p.m. – Officer Nason responded to Florence Avenue to arrest a 38-year-old man for failure to appear in court.

    5:55 p.m. – Officer Collins responded to Cary Street to investigate an animal complaint.

Wednesday, April 4

    5:56 a.m. – Officer Nason responded to Military Street to check out a 911 hang-up call.

    8:58 p.m. – Officer E. Pelletier responded to Court Street to investigate report of attempted burglary.

    9:05 a.m. – Officer Nason responded to Riverside Park to investigate report of criminal mischief.

    11 a.m. – Officer Nason responded to High Street to check into suspicious information.

    11:22 a.m. – Officer E. Pelletier responded to High Street to assist U.S. Border Patrol.

    11:28 a.m. – Officer Nason responded to North Street to investigate motor vehicle accident.

    12:28 p.m. – Officer Nason responded to Military Street to investigate a hit and run motor vehicle accident.

    3 p.m. Officer E. Pelletier responded to High Street to investigate a report of criminal threatening.

Thursday, April 5

    00:36 a.m. – Officer Kennedy responded to Week Street to assist citizen.

    9:43 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Roger Street to investigate motor vehicle burglary.

    11:43 a.m. – Officer Wampler responded to North Street to investigate motor vehicle accident.

    6:23 p.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to Pine Dr. to investigate an animal complaint.

    7:33 p.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to North Street to assist citizen.

Friday, April 6

    8:56 a.m. – Officer Wampler responded to Main Street to investigate report of disorderly conduct.

    10:50 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Military Street to investigate report of harassment.

    11:35 a.m. – Officer Wampler responded to Bangor Street to check on a report of driving to endanger.

    12:30 p.m. – Officer McGuire responded to North Street to investigate report of theft.

    2:16 p.m. – Officer Wampler responded to Bangor Street to investigate motor vehicle accident/car fire.

    11:48 p.m. – Officer Collins responded to Main Street to investigate report of disorderly conduct.

Saturday, April 7

    1:30 a.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to North Street to do a welfare check.

    2:43 a.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to Pine Dr. to check out a report of suspicious activity.

    8:13 a.m. – Officer Wampler responded to North Street to investigate report of theft and fraud.

    9:05 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Foxcroft Rd. to check out report of driving to endanger.

    10:20 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Pine Dr. to investigate report of criminal trespass.

    10:33 a.m. – Officer Wampler responded to Market Square to investigate report of criminal mischief.

    11:05 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to North Street to assist citizen.

    11:24 a.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Second Street to check out suspicious person.

    3:25 p.m. – Officer McGuire responded to Ludlow Rd to investigate motor vehicle hit and run accident.

    3:58 p.m. – Officer Wampler responded to Currier Rd. to check out report of a disturbance.

    8:19 p.m. – Officer Collins responded to Sunnyside Street to assist with a medical emergency.

    9:50 p.m. – Cpl. Duff responded to Lincoln Street to investigate report of disorderly conduct.

HPD Corner

ATV’s are not toys

    Serious injury can result from improper use of ATV’s, but with preparation and practice, you can safely develop and expand your riding skills. Riding ATV’s can be an enjoyable form of outdoor recreation when done properly.

    Under the age of 18 years, all operators and passengers must wear a protective headgear (on or off your property).

    Age 10-16 years must complete a training program approved by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Check out Web site www.state.me.us/ifw

    To operate under the age of 10 years, you must be on land, which that person is domiciled, or land owned by that person’s parents or guardian.

    Remember, respect all laws and obey property signs.

    For this information and more, pick up a Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Flyer that are on display throughout Maine or by calling 207-287-5220.