WCSO Weekly Report - Nov. 07, 2013
Washington County Sheriff's Office weekly Report for October 25 -- 31, 2013. This week the Sheriff’s Office responded to 73 calls for service. Notable complaints are listed below:
The Sheriff's Office conducted thirteen motor vehicle stops and responded to fifteen 911 hang up calls.
Deputy Christopher Donahue responded to a domestic disturbance in Perry. A female reported that she had been pushed down a flight of stairs by her boyfriend. The boyfriend was arrested for domestic assault and transported to the Washington County Jail.
Deputy Christopher Donahue responded to a theft in Pembroke. A driver had gotten gas and had driven off without paying. Investigation continues.
Cpl John Peterson conducted a well-being check in Princeton.
Cpl John Peterson responded to a domestic disturbance in Brookton. A husband and wife were fighting. The husband was arrested for domestic assault, criminal mischief and obstructing the report of a crime.
Deputy Dennis Worcester responded to a domestic dispute in Cherryfield. A female had been assaulted. The subject had fled the scene. Deputy Worcester located the subject and arrested him for domestic assault, criminal mischief, operating a motor vehicle under the influence and violation of conditions of release.
Lt Travis Willey assisted Maine State Police with a disturbance in Milbridge. There was a report of screaming coming from a residence. The parties were located and were issued a summons for disorderly conduct.
Deputy Gregory Sawyer and Deputy Christopher Donahue responded to a possible burglary in progress in Perry. A subject was located inside a camp and arrested for burglary.
Sgt Ralph Pineo investigated a camp that had been broken into in East Machias. Investigation continues.
Sgt Ralph Pineo investigated a theft in Machiasport. The caller reported checks were stolen from his checkbook and cashed. Investigation continues.
Deputy Christopher Donahue investigated a report of Theft in Danforth. A homeowner reported property missing. Investigation continues.