Arrests

Nov. 6

Barry L. Richardson, 38, address unknown, on Route 1 on charges of operating a vehicle without a license and representing another’s license or ID as own.

Nov. 7

Wayne E. Midura, 41, Essex Street, Bangor, on Route 1 on charges of operating when suspended/revoked, operating with a suspended registration and carrying a concealed weapon.

Nov. 8

Eugene F. Pratt, 39, Old Salt Road, Old Orchard Beach, on Route 1 and Southgate Road on charges of failing to give correct name, address or date of birth and failure to register vehicle.

Nov. 9

Alexander S. Cartier, 19, Range E. Road, Limerick, on Gorham Road on charges of warrant arrest and operating when suspended/revoked.

Nov. 10

Matthew B. Masse, 24, Cumberland Avenue, Lewiston, on Route 1 on charges of violation of condition of release, refusal to submit to arrest/detention and possession of marijuana.

Douglas W. Richard, 40, Nottingham Drive, on Nottingham Drive on a charge of assault.

Summonses

Nov. 5

Kaylee A. Townsend, 21, Millturn Road, Limington, on Payne Road on a charge of negotiating a worthless instrument.

Nov. 6

John J. Oliver, 39, West Beech Ridge Road, on Route 1 on a charge of operating a vehicle without a license.

Eric A. Tomazin, 35, Black Point Road, on a charge of cruelty to animals.

Nov. 7

Jennifer M. Barrett, 31, East Grand Avenue, Old Orchard Beach, on Route 1 on a charge of operating a vehicle without a license.

Nov. 8

Kendrick Alan, 27, Hydroplant Road, Milton, on Route 1 on a charge of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.

Justin A. Webster, 29, Pauline Lane, Hollis Center, on Route 1 and Milliken Road for operating when suspended/revoked.

Nov. 9

Nathaniel G. Wilmot, 31, East Main Street, Yarmouth, on Black Point Road on a charge of failure to register a vehicle.

Nov. 11

Robert C. Moreau, 18, Briarwood Road, South Portland, on Surrey Lane on a charge of assault.

A 17-year-old girl on a charge of allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor.

Logs

Fake money

On Nov. 5, at around 3 p.m., a counterfeit $20 bill was found in the cash register at Irving Service Station on Route 1.

Copper caper

On Nov. 6, at around 8 a.m., Community Recycling Center on Runway Road reported $100 in damages done to the building and five pounds of copper pipe worth $15 stolen.

Lock your lockers

On Nov. 9, at around 11 a.m., three thefts were reported from the girls locker room at the high school. In total, about $140 in cash was stolen, along with a cell phone and an iPod Nano. There is a female suspect who may end up being charged.

Cleaning up

On Nov. 9, at around 5:40 p.m., a purse that was left in the bathroom at Wal-Mart on Payne Road was reported stolen. The purse was worth $20 and there was $600 in cash inside.


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