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Friday, July 16, 2010

Rockland Maine Police Blotter



Just for fun.......


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Rockland — An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.
Rockland police responded to the following calls from July 6 to July 8.
July 6
Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a harassment complaint on Park Street.
Sgt. Smith responded to a motor vehicle burglary on Mechanic Street.
Sgt. Smith responded to a citizen dispute at Burger King on Camden Street.
Officer Joseph Bates responded to an animal problem on Orchard Street.
Officer Bates responded to a car crash on Main Street in front of the Brown Bag. There were no injuries.
Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a drug complaint.
Officer Bates responded to a juvenile problem on Laurel Street.
Officer Bates responded to a juvenile problem on Camden Street.
Officer Joel Neal responded to a disorderly complaint at Fulton and Suffolk streets.
July 7
Sgt. Smith responded to an animal welfare complaint outside Shaw's Supermarket.
Sgt. Don Finnegan responded to a disorderly complaint on Grace Street.
Sgt. Smith responded to a trespassing complaint at the Rankin Street apartments.
Sgt. Smith responded to a domestic complaint on Gurdy Street.
Sgt. Finnegan responded to a motor vehicle burglary on Fulton Street.
Sgt. Smith responded to an animal welfare complaint in the parking lot outside Hannaford Supermarket.
Officer Jeffrey McLaughlin responded to an animal welfare complaint on Park Street.
Officer Andrew Crook responded to a theft complaint at the Circle K convenience store at Camden and Front streets.
Officer Andrew Redden responded to a nuisance complaint on Broadway.
Officer Crook responded to a trespassing complaint behind the Congregational Church.
July 8
Officer John Bagley responded to a disorderly complaint on North Main Street.
Sgt. Smith responded to a nuisance complaint on Main Street.

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