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Rockland police responded to the following calls from Aug. 23 to Aug. 25.

Aug. 23

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a criminal mischief complaint at the city fish pier.

Officer Daniels responded to a property damage car crash by the Camden Street car wash.

Officer William Smith responded to a car crash at Main and Water streets. There were no injuries.

Officer Smith responded to a threatening complaint on Beech Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a threatening complaint on Park Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a nuisance complaint.

Officer Joseph Bates responded to a nuisance complaint at O’Hara’s on Front Street.

Officer John Bagley responded to a theft complaint.

Aug. 24

Officer Joel Neal responded to an intoxication complaint on Gurdy Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a hit-and-run car crash near Burger King at Maverick Square.

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash in the parking lot of Stella Maris on Broadway. There were no injuries.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal problem on Warren Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a domestic complaint on Talbot Avenue.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal welfare complaint on Park Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a harassment complaint at the Rankin apartments.

Officer Daniels responded to an intoxication complaint on Broadway near Thomaston Street.

Officer Bates responded to a disorderly complaint on Park Street.

Officer Bates responded to a car crash on Main Street by Pleasant Street. The accident report states that driver inattention was to blame when Sarah R. Harvey, 32, of Owls Head failed to see a vehicle — driven by Kathy M. Overlock, 42, of Warren — stopped on Main Street. Havey’s four-door 1998 Volkswagen struck the rear of Overlock’s 2007 GMC sport-utility vehicle. Overlock was taken to the hospital for a possible injury that was not considered serious. Damage to Harvey’s vehicle was estimated at $3,000 with damage to Overlock’s SUV estimated at $100.

Officer Bates responded to a disorderly complaint in the Rite Aid parking lot on Park Street.

Officer Neal responded to an assault complaint on Main Street.

Aug. 25

Officer Bagley responded to a harassment complaint on Lovejoy Street.

Officer Jillson responded to a car crash at Rite Aid. There were no injuries.