Thomaston police responded to 75 incidents from Feb. 8 to Feb. 15.

Those calls included four alarms, one assault, one burglary, one chimney fire, one criminal mischief complaint, one dead body, one erratic vehicle, one fire alarm, two parking problems, one probation violation, one radar detail, one theft, one threatening, 26 traffic stops, and one vehicle off the road.

Feb. 8

A burglary was reported in an apartment at 34 Wadsworth St. The door had been kicked in, splitting the door and leaving parts of it on the floor. Stolen items included a PlayStation 2, its controllers including a guitar controller, a silver lobster charm necklace, a Yankees wall clock, and a Black & Decker tool set. Police have suspects in the case and have recovered some of the items, according to Police Chief Kevin Haj. He said charges are expected.

Feb. 10

Sheldon Curtis, 23, of Rockland was arrested for a probation violation.

Richard M. Fetteroli, 38, of Cushing was cited for an inspection violation and having an unregistered vehicle for more than 150 days.

Pamela Prior, 48, of Cushing was cited for an inspection violation.

Aura B. Ellis, 34, of Cushing was cited for an inspection violation.

Carl Danielson, 66, of Port Clyde was cited for an inspection violation.

Feb. 11

A 2003 Chevy Trailblazer driven by Coby A. Boutot, 17, of Rockland went off the road at about 9 p.m. and hit a utility pole. Haj said Boutot reported that he had been driving south on Thomaston Street when a vehicle coming from the other direction entered his lane. He went off the road after swerving to avoid it, hit the Central Maine Power pole, snapped it off, then went over a rock wall. Boutot was taken by Thomaston Ambulance to Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport complaining of head and neck pain. Police estimated the crash caused $10,000 in damage to his vehicle and $2,000 in damage to the power pole.

Eric Munro, 36, of Cushing was cited for an inspection violation.

Feb. 12

A dead body was discovered at 19 Gleason St. The death was due to natural causes, according to the police chief.

Feb. 13

A bicycle was reported stolen at 26 Brooklyn Heights.

Chief Haj’s tip of the week

“Don’t become complacent. The snow is not done for the season even though we’ve been enjoying dry roads. Complacency kills.”