Calais Police Weekly Report - Oct. 02, 2013
Calais Police Department handled 54 incidents and 4 accidents over the past week.
Officers are investigating several reports of vandalism throughout the City. Vandalism reports include; broken outdoor ornaments, "keyed" cars and damage to the City's beloved bandstand. These complaints remain under investigation.
Also reported this week was a complaint of endangering the welfare of a child. Officers continue to work with DHHS to determine facts of this complaint.
Citizens are reminded to call Calais PD in the event they see suspicious activity. Our dispatch number is 454-2751.
The past week has also included several reports of theft, warnings issued for disorderly conduct and criminal threatening.
Monday, 9/23/13 officers responded to US Port of Entry to assist with a report of drug possession. Upon review of the evidence, a 56-year-old Nova Scotia man was summoned for Unlawful Possession of Scheduled Drugs and is scheduled to appear in Calais District Court 11/5/13.
Tuesday, 9/24/13 officers responded to Circle K on North St. to take the report of a Violation of Protection Order. Officers conducted interviews and as a result, a 29-year-old Pleasant Point woman was summoned for the offense. Her scheduled court date is 11/5/13.
Also on Tuesday, officers received a complaint from Washington County Community College regarding drugs on campus. As a result of this complaint, an 18-year-old East Machias man was charged with Sale & Use of Drug Paraphernalia, with a court date of 11/5.
Thursday, 9/26/13 while filing a complaint at Calais PD, officers discovered an outstanding warrant on the complainant. A 29-year-old Calais woman was arrested on the warrant for failure to pay fines. She was bailed from Calais PD.
Saturday, 9/28/13, a 27-year-old Perry woman turned herself in stating she had an outstanding warrant. Officers arrested her and transported her to Washington County Jail without incident.
Calais Police Department reminds citizens that the speed limit in town is 25 mph. This includes North and South Streets. Also, remember that speed in a school zone is 15 mph and fines are high!