Arrests:

Leann Marie Noble, 34, of Tierra Verde, Fla., was arrested June 11 on a charge of negotiating a worthless instrument.

Juvenile, 17, was arrested June 13 on a charge of operating under the influence.

John Arthur Doherty, 22, of 35 Bayou Road, Naples, was arrested June 14 on charges of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and all other offenses.

Ronald A. Bisesti, 45, of 6 Rocklinn Drive, Windham, was arrested June 15 on a charge of violation of protective order.

Derek Sanborn, 26, of 12 Justines Way, Windham, was arrested June 15 on a charge of all other offenses.

Craig A. Dauksis, 26, of 1259 Roosevelt Trail, Raymond, was arrested June 15 on a charge of failure to appear after being bailed.

Summonses:

Ashley D. Mattson, 19, of 4 Perks Peak Road, Windham, was summonsed June 12 on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked, prior.

Juvenile, 17, was summonsed June 12 on a charge of driving to endanger.

Michael R. Douglas, 18, of 49 Old Farm Road, Lewiston, was summonsed on June 13 on charges of possession of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia.

Thomas W. Cyr, 45, of 385 County Road, Scarborough, was summonsed June 13 on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked.

Kip C. Sneddon, 34, of 3 Dennison Avenue, Freeport, was summonsed June 14 on a charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.

Ivory Lynn Brulotte, 25, of 9 Ridge Drive, Windham, was summonsed June 15 on charges of speeding 25 to 29 mph over limit, violating condition of release and operating after license suspension.

James S. Kelley, 22, of 169 Flaggy Meadow Road, Buxton, was summonsed June 16 on a charge of operating while license was suspended or revoked.

Calls:

Painters and linguists

A Misty Drive woman complained to police June 11 that neighborhood kids were spray-painting her fence and calling her names. She requested more patrols.

Beanies stolen

A Ridge Drive resident reported the theft of Beanie Babies from her home June 11.

Mail bashing

An Upland Road resident reported June 12 that someone smashed her mailbox off the post.

Dog dazed

A Johnson Road resident reported that a neighborhood dog got into his house June 12. It is unknown how the dog gained access. The dog was unfed and unwatered. Police told the homeowner that the dog’s owner was getting out of jail that night and would be home to take care of the dog.

Speedy getaway

Someone rang the doorbell of a Roosevelt Trail home June 13. When the owner went to open the door, no one was there but a Toyota Rav 4 was speeding away.

Insult to injury

A Sprucewood Drive resident reported June 13 that his house was egged during the night, a window was broken and a note of apology for breaking the window was left behind. The note was an IOU in the amount of $500, presumably to fix the window.

Souvenir hunters

Someone reported that he saw juveniles on 4-wheelers pulling up street signs in the area of Gray and Brand roads June 13.

No manhunt for you

On June 14, a Moses Little Drive resident reported neighborhood kids for being too loud. The kids were playing a “manhunt” sort of game.

Nudey men

Someone in the Lynne’s Southside Pizzeria area said he saw three nude males running around the area June 15.

Purse swiped

A woman’s purse was stolen at Hannaford June 15.

Ex gets blamed

A compressor was stolen from a Roosevelt Trail home June 16. The homeowner told police he saw his ex-wife driving away from the residence as he was approaching.

A good canoe spoiled

Someone broke the windows of a car parked on Great Falls Road while the owners of the car were out canoeing on the Presumpscot River overnight on June 17.


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