Wiscasset Police Blotter: Dogs running, smoking tobacco in a ‘bong’ and more

April 29th, 2014 by admin Leave a reply »

The Wiscasset Police Department listed the following incidents on its log for April 21-28, including 42 property checks.

Burglar alarm

Reserve Patrolman Donald Smith checked and secured the Lincoln County Jail Museum following a kitchen motion detector going off.

Patrolman Hatch investigated an alarm going off at Wiscasset High School, specifically an intrusion alarm at lunchroom doors.

Reserve Patrolman Alfred Simmons checked on alarm for the front door going off at Wiscasset High School and secured the location.

Patrolman Michael Elwell investigated an alarm set off at Ames Supply, which turned out to be a false alarm.

Patrolman Simmons investigated a false alarm at Wiscasset Quik Stop.

Animal complaint

Patrolman Robert McFetridge investigated a citizen complaint about a dog that keeps running after her, and reported that the owner is working on fence issues.

Assist citizen

Patrolman Perry Hatch assisted a citizen on Gardiner Road who requested help in retrieve belongings.


Patrolman Hatch assisted a citizen with a civil marriage issue at Naked Leather on Bath Road.

Patrolman Hatch took fingerprints on request.

Assist other agency

Patrolman Hatch rendered services for Bath Police Department concerning locating Chris Owens regarding an alleged theft. Hatch reported seeing Owens leave town with a friend and head toward Bath.

Patrolman Alfred Simmons assisted Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department at Two Bridges Regional Jail concerning intoxicated male in lobby who said he was homeless and in need of a place to stay.

Attempt to locate

Reserve Patrolman James Read attempted to locate two vehicles

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