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Rockland police responded to the following calls from May 10 to May 13.

May 10

Officer William Smith responded to a property damage car crash on Route 17 by Chickawaukie Pond.

Officer Smith responded to an animal problem on Lake Avenue.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a juvenile problem at the South School.

David Ames, 42, of Thomaston was arrested on a warrant.

May 11

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a complaint of animal noise on Grace Street.

Sgt. Don Finnegan responded to a property damage car crash on Cedar Street.

Sgt. Smith responded to a car crash by Dairy Queen.

Sgt. Finnegan responded to a theft complaint at Pet Quarters.

Sgt. Finnegan responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Acadia Drive.

Sgt. Finnegan responded to a harassment complaint on North Main Street.

Sgt. Finnegan responded to a harassment complaint on Camden Street.

Officer Andrew Redden responded to an animal complaint.

May 12

Linda Fitzgerald, 21, of Rockland was issued a ticket for failure to wear a seat belt.

Officer James Jillson responded to a harassment complaint at the Rockland Fish Pier.

Officer Redden responded to an assault on Old County Road.

Officer Redden responded to a theft complaint on Park Street.

Sgt. Smith responded to a drug complaint at the Five Corners parking lot.

Officer Redden responded to a domestic complaint on South Main Street. Tiffany Batty, 28, of Rockland was arrested for domestic violence assault.

Officer Scott Solorzano responded to a drug complaint on South Main Street.

Officer Solorzano responded to an animal noise complaint on Otis Street.

Officer Redden responded to an animal problem at the Knox Street apartments.

Sgt. Smith responded to a disorderly complaint on Talbot Avenue.

May 13

Officer Jillson responded to a disorderly complaint at the Turning Tide methadone clinic on Route 1.