6 Speeding
2 Operation after suspension/revocation/refusal
2 Using portable electronic device
1 Following too closely
1 Turning prohibited
1 Uninsured vehicle

3 Driving with a criminally suspended license
2 DUI – 1st offense
1 DUI – 2nd and subsequent


2/15, 3:43 p.m., Suspicious, Herrick Ave.
Officers participated in an assisted rescue with a student who needed to be transferred to the hospital.

2/15, 3:50 p.m., Vandalism, Ritchie Ave.
Officer Matthew McQueen spoke with a female who reported a package delivered to her home appeared to be damaged and re-taped. She said the post office told her it was in good condition when it was dropped it off at 10 a.m., and she didn’t know if someone damaged the package or if the post office dropped it off like that. No witnesses could be found.

2/15, 4:17 p.m., Suspicious, Misty Bay Rd.
Officer Ed Larente received a report of an unoccupied vehicle parked at the fishing access near a spot on the ice with water and fishing equipment. He spoke with the complainant, who stated he had seen fishing shanties on the ice earlier that were now gone, but that there was still some equipment on the ice. The caller was concerned something may have happened to the anglers. After speaking with the complainant, Larente returned to the fishing access and found the vehicle was gone.

2/15, 11:22 p.m., Noise, Ritchie Ave.
Officer Charles Brown reported dispatch advised him to cancel his response after the complainant called to report that loud music had stopped and was no longer an issue.

2/16, 3:51 p.m., Citizen dispute, Miranda Dr.
Officer Richard Corbin received a report of someone plowing snow across the roadway. He spoke with the person plowing and explained the law about depositing snow in the road.

2/16, 7:33 p.m., Suspicious, Poor Farm Rd.
Officer Corbin checked on a residence after a woman called to report footprints in the snow around her house that were not there when she arrived home earlier that day. Corbin determined that footprints were from a rabbit or other small animal.

2/16, 7:49 p.m., Animal problem, Smith Rd.
Animal Control Officer Justin Bergeron received a report of dogs running in the area unattended. He issued verbal warnings to the owners. 

2/17, 11:08 a.m., Domestic disturbance, Route 7 S.
Officer Kendra Raymond responded to a report of an altercation between two family members. Raymond spoke with all parties involved, and they denied having any injuries. She explained how to file relief from abuse paperwork, and all parties advised they would be fine without further police assistance.

2/17, 10:41 p.m., Suspicious, Murray Ave.
Officer Jason Porter responded to a report of a suspicious male near the underpass. The complainant reported the male appeared to be directing traffic. Porter located the male, who had a camera on a tripod and a glow stick. The male stated he was taking time-lapse photos.

2/17, 10:52 p.m., Suspicious, Jenna Ln.
Officer Nick Hendry responded to a report of a strong marijuana odor coming from the second floor of an apartment building. He could not determine the source upon arrival.

2/18, 7:55 a.m., Traffic stop, Route 7/Nancy Dr.
Officer Coulombe issued a traffic ticket for operating a motor vehicle while using a cellular device.

2/18, 12:07 p.m., Welfare check, Lake Arrowhead
Officer Raymond responded to a report of a vehicle partially through the ice 100 feet out from shore. She could not locate the vehicle on arrival, and talked with a person who was fishing on the ice who stated he didn’t see anything. Officer Coulombe checked the area of Lake Arrowhead off Route 104A. Due to the fresh snow on the lake, it was clear no vehicles had been on the lake.

2/18, 8:36 p.m., Phone problem, Cherry St.
A caller stated she was getting unwanted phone calls from her ex-boyfriend. Officer Hendry explained the process for getting a court order and advised the woman’s ex-boyfriend to stop calling her.

2/18, 9:57 p.m., Traffic stop, Bartlett Rd./West Milton Rd.
Officer Hendry stopped a vehicle for an expired registration and issued a warning.

2/19, 12:50 p.m., Trespass, Middle Rd.
Officer Coulombe was dispatched to the Dollar General after a caller reported a woman had been in the store the day before, thus violating her trespass order. The woman was issued a citation to appear in court on March 31.

2/19, 3:52 p.m., ATV/Snowmobile complaint, Poor Farm Rd.
A caller reported kids on dirt bikes riding on their property. They advised no damage had been done, and Officer Raymond checked the area and did not locate the juveniles. Several minutes later, the complainant called back and said it sounded like the bikes were in the Highland Ave. and Overlake area. Raymond went to that area but did not locate anyone.

2/20, 10:55 a.m., Domestic disturbance, Route 7 S.
Officer Raymond responded to a report of a verbal argument. Upon arrival, officers heard yelling from the hallway. After officers knocked several times and announced their presence, the yelling stopped. They were unable to make contact with the homeowners.

2/20, 12:07 p.m., Trespass, Shirley Ave.
Officer Raymond spoke with a female who wanted information on issuing a trespass order to an unwanted guest.

2/20, 1:30 p.m., Drugs, Southerberry Dr.
Sgt. Stephen Laroche received a call from a concerned citizen about marijuana use in the area. 

2/21, 12:44 p.m., Suspicious, Middle Rd.
Officer Larente responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area. Upon arrival, he determined the vehicle had a legitimate reason for being there.

2/21, 9:04 p.m., Retail theft, Bombardier Rd./Centre Dr.
An investigation is pending.