Arrests

July 3

Todd A. Corkum, 28, Two Acre Island, Raymond, at Scarborough Gardens, Broadturn Road, on a charge of warrant arrest.

Arnold J. McDonald, III, 33, Washington Avenue, Englewood, Fla., at Scarborough Gardens, Broadturn Road, on a charge of warrant arrest.

July 4

Paul R. Geoffrion, 43, Robert Mills Road, South Portland, at Len Libby’s, Route 1, on a charge of operating under the influence.

July 5

Patrick C. Daniels, 24, Horan St., Jay, on Route 1 and Hannaford Drive on a charge of operating while license was suspended/revoked for operating under the influence.

Aaron Jae Oliveria, 26, Armington Street, Providence, R.I., on Route 1 at Scarborough Downs Road on charges of operating under the influence – refused test and operating vehicle without a license.

Warren R. Gavett, 27, Summitt Terrace, South Portland, at Puffin Stop on Route 1 on a charge of warrant arrest.

Brian Christopher Dunphe, 23, Jenkins Road, Saco, on Jones Creek Drive on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Melissa J. Parslow, 34, Deering Avenue, Saco, on Holmes Road and Beaver Brook Road on charges of operating when suspended/revoked and violating condition of release.

Robert L. Harris, 51, Boothby Road, Limington, on Green Acre Land and Route 1 on a charge of operating when suspended/revoked.

Scott A. McKenney, 36, Park Avenue, Portland, at Wendy’s on Route 1 on a charge of warrant arrest.

July 8

Chad M. Haynes, 28, Mexico, on Route 1 and Hillcrest Avenue on a charge of operating under the influence.

Eric C. Greenwood, 25, Lisbon St. Lewiston, on Route 1 and Sawyer Road on charges of operating while license was suspended/revoked and violating condition of release.

Rachel Marie Brown, 18, Wermuth Road, South Portland, at Sullivan Tire on Route 1 on charges of operating under the influence, theft by unauthorized use of property, operating vehicle without a license and failing to give correct name, address or date of birth.

Summonses

July 3

David W. Marsh, 18, Westwood Avenue, on Gorham Road and Route 1 on a charge of operating while license was suspended/revoked.

July 4

Dawn E. Ricci, 30, Pleasant Hill Road, Scarborough at Lifestyle Fitness on Pleasant Hill Road on a charge of operating while license was suspended/revoked.

Samuel P. Shorr, 20, Bramblewood Drive, Portland, on Black Point Road and Route 1 on charges of violating condition of release, possession of marijuana and sale/use of drug paraphernalia.

Gavin L. Smith, 23, Glendale Circle, on Gorham Road and Sawyer Road on a charge of driving to endanger.

July 5

Camelya J. Ragland, 22, Ocean Street, Providence, R.I., on Route 1 and Scarborough Downs Road on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Christopher A. Merriner, 21, Academy Place, Saco, at Cumberland Farms on Route 1 on a charge of operating when suspended/revoked.

Peggy J. Angold, 41, Sanford Road, Wells, on Sea Meadows Land and East Grand Avenue on a charge of operating while license was suspended/revoked.

Corey T. Jones, 34, Route 1, at Hannaford Supermarket on Hannaford Drive on a charge of operating while license was suspended/revoked.

July 6

Larry F. Garneau, 23, Peavey Lane, Berlin, N.H., at McDonald’s on Route 1 on a charge of operating a vehicle without a license.

Andrew M. Tracy, 20, Trach Road, Buxton, on Broadturn Road on a charge of attaching false plates.

July 7

Ralph E. Gaddy, 38, Hardscrabble Road, Limington, on Gorham Road on a charge of violation of protective order.

July 8

Leann R. Walsh, 23, Lisbon Street, Lewiston, on Route 1 and Sawyer Road on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Log

Deli meat head

On July 3, at around 2:30 a.m., a male dressed in all black reportedly stole a pre-made sandwich from the Puffin Stop on Route 1.

Missing briefcase

On July 3, at around 6:10 a.m., a female resident of Woodrock Drive reported that her car had been entered during the night. A large rock had smashed a window and her work briefcase had been stolen.

Missing bling

On July 4, at around 6:52, two rims valued at $100 each were reported stolen off 1994 Saab at Elite Motors on Pleasant Hill Road.

System down

On July 6, at around 11 a.m., three Nintendo Gameboy systems valued at $137 each and a Gameboy Microsystem valued at $76 were reported stolen from Bull Moose Music on Payne Road.


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