December 6, 2012

Waterville police log and arrests, Dec. 3-6

By Amy Calder
Staff Writer

IN WATERVILLE, Tuesday at 11:47 a.m., an assault was reported on Redington Street.
2:19 p.m., a theft was reported on Summer Street.
3:10 p.m., a theft was reported at Five County Credit Union on Waterville Commons Drive.
4:16 p.m., a theft was reported at Redneck Tattoos on Main Street.
5:39 p.m., a vehicle accident with personal injury was reported at the intersection of School and Elm streets.
6:38 p.m., criminal trespass was reported at Waterville Senior High School on Brooklyn Avenue.
11:07 p.m., a homicide was reported on The Concourse.
Wednesday at 5:07 a.m., a fire was reported on Mulberry Lane. It was a small stove fire, according to the report.
5:27 a.m., a theft was reported at Walmart, at Waterville Commons.
8:20 a.m., threatening was reported at Inland Hospital on Kennedy Memorial Drive.
10:08 a.m., a vehicle accident with personal injury was reported at the intersection of Kennedy Memorial Drive and Airport Road.
10:11 a.m., harassment was reported on Ash Street.
11:13 a.m., criminal mischief was reported on Pine Street.
12:30 p.m., a caller from Jokas’ Discount Beverage on Front Street reported receiving bad checks.
12:52 p.m., a theft was reported at Spell Bound on The Concourse.
10:46 p.m., an assault was reported on Elm Street.
10:55 p.m., a case involving identity theft was reported at Champions, at Elm Plaza.
Thursday at 2:44 a.m., an assault was reported on Main Street.


IN WATERVILLE,  Monday at 8 p.m., Rachel Rogers, 31, of Halde Street, arrested on two counts of theft, violation of condition of release and a probation hold, at the Treasure Chest II on Sanger Avenue.
Thursday at 3:06 a.m., Ryan Gormley, 21, of 4 Main Place, arrested on a charge of violation of condition of release, on Main Street.

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