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Rockland police responded to the following calls from Feb. 3 to Feb. 8.

Feb. 3

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a property damage crash on Old County Road. There were no injuries.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal problem on Rankin Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a trespassing complaint at the Trade Winds Motor Inn on Park Drive.

Officer Daniels responded to a theft complaint at the Park Street Laundry.

Officer Daniels responded to a drug complaint at the Trade Winds Motor Inn.

Officer Andrew Redden responded to a property damage crash at Park and Main streets.

Feb. 4

Officer Bagley responded to a domestic complaint at the Trade Winds Motor Inn.

Officer Scott Solorzano responded to a fire on Park Street.

Officer James Jillson responded to a property damage crash on Pleasant Street. There were no injuries. A car pulling out of a driveway backed into the right fender of a vehicle on Pleasant Street, causing $2,000 in damage to that vehicle.

Officer Jillson responded to a property damage crash by the Trade Winds Motor Inn. There were no injuries. Combined damage to two vehicles was estimated at $4,500.

Officer Jillson responded to a theft complaint at Maritime Farms on New County Road.

Sgt. Don Finnegan responded to a hit-and-run car crash on High Street. Damage to the parked vehicle that was struck was estimated at $1,000. There were no injuries.

Officer Redden responded to a hit-and-run car crash at Maritime Farms on New County Road.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to a vehicle theft at the Maine State Ferry Terminal lot on Main Street.

Feb. 5

Officer Redden responded to a domestic, drugs and weapons complaint on Granite Street. Doug Davis, 38, of Rockland was arrested for domestic assault and domestic criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon (knife).

Officer Jillson responded to an animal problem in the Gay Street area.

Sgt. Lindahl responded to a theft complaint on Pleasant Street.

Officer Redden responded to a threatening complaint on North Main Street.

Officer Solorzano responded to a disorderly complaint on North Main Street.

Feb. 6

Officer William Smith responded to the report of a deceased person on Thomaston Street.

Officer Smith responded to an animal problem on Limerock Street.

Detective Sgt. Chris Young responded to a theft on Granite Street.

Officer Redden responded to a theft of services at the Rockland Cafe.

Officer Redden responded to a threatening complaint on Forrest Avenue.

Officer Solorzano responded to a disorderly complaint on Myrtle Street.

Feb. 7

Officer Solorzano responded to an assault complaint at the Time Out Pub.

Officers responded to 21 vehicles violating the city’s overnight parking ban.

Officer Smith responded to an animal welfare problem on Grace Street.

Officer Smith responded to a property damage crash on Main and Oak streets. There were no injuries.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to an animal problem in Pen Bay Acres.

Animal Control Officer Jeff McLaughlin responded to an animal problem on Grove Street.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a property damage car crash in the Hannaford Supermarket parking lot. There were no injuries.

Feb. 8

Officer Daniels responded to 10 violations of the city’s overnight parking ban.