Sept. 4

Steven Lloyd Wright Jr., 40, Brackett Street, Portland, on Mitchell Road on a Portland warrant charge for failure to appear.

Sept. 5

Thomas Ellington, 39, Shipwreck Cove Road, on Shipwreck Cove Road on a charge of probation hold.

Sept. 7

Juvenile on Route 77 on a warrant charge for failure to appear and a charge of illegal transportation of drugs by a minor.

Sept. 8

Robert Kamilewicz, 26, Woodland Road, on Woodland Road on a charges of domestic violence assault and domestic violence restraint.

Sept. 9

Karen Conlogue, 36, Harrison Aveune, on Harrison Avenue on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Sept. 10

Charles Day, 44, Harrison Avenue, on Harrison Avenue on South Portland warrant charges for criminal mischief and theft.


Sept. 6

Kimberly Newman, 40, Hamlin Street, on Route 77 for an uninspected motor vehicle.

Ann Connellan, 56, Maple Lane, on Route 77 for imprudent speed.

Sept. 7

Taryn Coffin, 18, Stonecrest Road, Portland, on Route 77 for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Juvenile for illegal transportation of drugs.

Benjamin Welch, 31, St. John Street, Portland, on Shore Road for speeding 49 mph in a 30 mph zone.

Fire and Rescue

Between Sept. 4 and Sept. 8, the Cape Elizabeth Rescue squad transported five patients to Maine Medical Center and one to Mercy Hospital.

On Sept. 4, at around 11:45 a.m., the fire department responded to an electrical problem on Running Tide Road.

On Sept. 4, at around 10 p.m., the fire department responded to a fire alarm on Masefield Terrace.

On Sept. 7, at around 9 a.m., the fire department responded to a fire alarm on Delano Park.


Gun gone

On Sept. 4, at around noon, a resident of the Shore Road area regarding a missing .22 pistol. It is not known if the firearm was stolen or if the resident left it at a camp on a recent trip.

Scratched up

On Sept. 6, at around 2:45 a.m., a resident of the Broad Cove area reported criminal mischief to a motor vehicle. The resident had been parked along Shore Road around 11:30 a.m. before going to Portland, where it was parked on a side street for about two hours. Scratches and dents were on both sides of the vehicle. It is unknown where the damage occurred or who may have caused it.

Rabid raccoon

On Sept. 6, at around 2:45 p.m., a resident in the Wentworth Road area reported an animal bite. A dog and raccoon had tangled. The raccoon was located, destroyed and sent to the state lab, where it tested positive for rabies.

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