Arrests

Robert Kelley, 40, of Main Street, on Sept. 17 on charges of violation of a protection order, assault and charges stemming from an outstanding warrant at Westbrook Gardens.

Charles Huntington, 35, of Main Street, on Sept. 17 on a charge of a probation violation on Main Street.

Anthony Ayotte, 22, of Lewiston, on Sept. 19 on charges stemming from an outstanding warrant on Bridgton Road.

Joseph Ruest, 21, of Poland, on Sept. 19 on a charge of operating after suspension on Bridgton Road.

Summonses

Lynn Jutkiewicz, 26, of Park Avenue, Portland, on Sept. 17 for failure to provide proof of insurance on Main Street.

Matthew Dyer, 25, of Seavey Street, on Sept. 17 for a red light violation on Main Street.

Daniel Fahey, 19, of Webster Avenue, on Sept. 18 for operating a motorcycle without a helmet on Main Street.

Jane Gavin, 56, of Hiram, on Sept. 19 for failure to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk on Main Street.

Ashley Collins, 21, of Bridge Street, on Sept. 19 for failure to provide proof of insurance on Bridge Street.

James Lannon, 60, of Eastern Prom, Portland, on Sept. 20 for an inspection sticker violation on Larrabee Road.

Todd Tweedie, 42, of Seavey Street, on Sept. 22 for speeding on Methodist Road.

Log

Windows rocked

On Sept. 17, a Giles Street resident reported her downstairs neighbor was throwing rocks at her windows in an attempt to start a fight. Police said the neighbor was gone when they arrived.

Funny money

On Sept. 17, a Main Street convenience store reported receiving a counterfeit $100 bill.

That doesn’t go with ice cream

On Sept. 17, a Dairy Queen employee reported that a group of kids released some pepper spray inside the store.

Building egged

On Sept. 19, police received a report that a Brackett Street building was egged sometime during the night.

Door broken

On Sept. 19, police received a report that someone broke the glass back door of the Walker Memorial Library.

Stolen gas

On Sept. 20, an Arlington Avenue woman reported that someone tried to steal gas out of her car sometime during the night.

Missing pack

On Sept. 21, a Forest Street woman reported that someone stole a backpack containing books and checks from her car in a parking lot on Main Street.


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