Washington County Sheriff's Office Weekly Report - Sep. 12, 2013
Report for August 30 -- September 5 .
This week the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to 71 calls for service. Notable complaints are noted below:
Cpl Ralph Pineo investigated a report of a burglary in Addison. A home had been broken into and several items were reported missing. Investigation continues.
Deputy Ryan Allen assisted Wade Walker with a motor vehicle stop in Machias. Wardens Robert Carter and Joseph McBride assisted. A female was driving erratically. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was driven home by Warden McBride. The driver was having medical problems.
Cpl Ralph Pineo assisted Machias Police Dept. with a subject that had assaulted staff and left Downeast Community Hospital. Subject was located, arrested for assault and transported to Washington County Jail.
Deputy Ryan Allen investigated a theft in Marion Township. A propane tank had been removed from a residence. After speaking with the homeowner it was determined that RH Foster had removed the tank. No further action.
Deputy Gregory Sawyer responded to an accident in Charlotte. The driver appeared to be intoxicated. Deputy Sawyer performed field sobriety tests and determined that the driver was impaired. The driver was arrested for operating under the influence and transported to the Washington County Jail.
Deputy Gregory Sawyer was called to a residence in Princeton to remove a subject that was intoxicated and threatening people. No one wished to give a statement so the subject was allowed to remain at the residence.
Deputy Ryan Allen assisted Machias Police Dept. with locating an individual for domestic assault. The subject was located, arrested for assault and transported to the Washington County Jail.
Sgt Randy Perry was called to Milbridge for an assault at the Milbridge Gulf. An individual had come into the store and assaulted an employee. The subject was located and charged with assault.
Deputy John Peterson investigated a theft in Charlotte. Copper was reported missing. Investigation continues.