Arrest:

Jamie Rice, 21, of 88 Brown Cove Road, Windham was arrested April 13 on a charge of eluding a police officer and possession of a useable amount of marijuana.

Calls:

Stolen jewels

On Apr. 11, a Gray Road resident reported that his girlfriend’s jewelry was stolen.

On the trail

D&B Rentals on Route 302 reported Apr. 11 that a trailer had been stolen over the weekend.

Scaring blaring

Loud “Halloween” music was blaring from a Cottage Road residence Apr. 11. Police told the scary music lover to turn it down.

Fake cash

A counterfeit $50 was submitted to the Wal-Mart customer service desk on Apr. 12.

Hypo-litter

Hypodermic needles were found dumped illegally off Falmouth Road on Apr. 13.

E-mail threats

A 16-year-old female received a threatening e-mail at her home on Gray Road Apr. 13.

Fast ATV

An ATV was seen speeding down Varney Mill Road at a high rate of speed Apr. 13.

Free gas

The driver of a black Chevy Blazer left toward Raymond without paying for gas at Big Apple on Route 302 on Apr. 14.

Beemer blues

On Apr. 14, tires of a BMW were slashed overnight at a residence on Sandbar Road.

Quiet down

A “bunch of kids” were outside making noise at 11:30 p.m. on Apr. 14 on Whites Bridge Road. Neighbors called police who talked to the kids’ mother who promised to quiet them down.

More slashed tires

Two tires were slashed overnight at an Abby Road residence on Apr. 15.

Dylan-quent

Four bags of trash were dumped in a resident’s yard on Dylan Way on Apr. 15.

No, not the dog

A Falmouth Road neighbor, afraid for her dog, called police to report a 14-year-old boy shooting squirrels with a gun on Apr. 15.

Sweet angels

Three boys were seen shooting paint balls at signs in South Windham. When police arrived, they found the children wearing black and sitting on the steps in front of a church.

Sandy Prints

On Apr. 17, residents on Windham Center Road reported their mailboxes down. The police also found footprints.

No more tunes

A Woodland Road resident had a CD player and CDs stolen from his 1990 white Ford Mustang parked in the Wal-Mart lot.


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