Gail Mariner, 47, of Spring Street, Portland, on April 6 on Main Street on charges stemming from an outstanding warrant.

James Young, 37, of Front Street, Portland, on April 7 on Warren Avenue on charges of operating after suspension and operating without proof of insurance.

Michelle St. Hilaire, 32, of Berlin, Conn., on April 7 on Main Street on a charge of operating without a license.

Scott Billings, 24, of Exton Avenue, South Portland, on April 7 on Oak Street on charges stemming from an outstanding warrant and charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, operating after suspension, and operating while consuming alcohol.


Christopher Monaghan, 21, of Emerson Drive, Windham, on April 8 on Bridgton Road for operating after suspension.

Eric Brackett, 25, of Limerick, on April 9 on Westbrook Arterial for operating with a suspended registration.

Cherie Haskell, 40, of East Sebago, on April 9 on Main Street for operating with a suspended registration.


Bullets found

On April 7, a Westbrook man found a collection of unused .22 caliber rounds at a bus stop at Westbrook Gardens.

Drug scheme

A Westbrook woman whose daughter is a patient at Spring Harbor Hospital told police on April 7 that her daughter is being supplied by an outside source with methadone.

Threats from ex

On April 8, a Westbrook woman said her ex-boyfriend had contacted her and her new boyfriend. The ex told the woman if she didn’t get back together with him, she and her new boyfriend would get beat up.


An East Bridge Street woman came home from work on April 8 to find her house ransacked and her safe open.

Drug peddling

A Brackett Street woman told police on April 8 that a black male wearing a sweatshirt had tried to sell her drugs on her street.

Paintball vandalism

On April 9, a Bridge Street man said Wescott Junior High had been hit with paintballs. He said paintball marks were all over the school’s windows.

Dog bite

A Seavey Street woman called police on April 12 to report a dog bite. The victim said he knew whom the dog belonged to.

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