The Thomaston Police Department responded to 139 incidents from Oct. 4 to Oct. 17.

Those incidents included three alarms, four animal problems, one assault, one burglary, one car/deer accident, two criminal mischief complaints, three disorderly complaints, one domestic, nine erratic vehicles, one hit and run, one missing person report, one motor vehicle burglary, one operating under the influence, three property damage crashes, one personal injury crash, one probation/bail check, one probation violation, one suspicious vehicle, one suspicious, three thefts, five traffic hazards, two traffic offenses, 22 traffic stops, one utility problem, one vehicle search and two wanted persons.

Oct. 5

David L. Charrier, 52, of Warren was arrested on a warrant and probation hold.

A car/deer crash was reported just before 6 a.m. on Route 1 near F & A Market, according to Police Chief Kevin Haj. Denis Duperre, 33, of Warren was driving a 2004 Toyota to work when a small deer jumped out in the road in front of him. The deer was killed. The crash caused minor damage to the car’s license plate holder.

Oct. 7

A hit and run was reported at 3 p.m. on Valley Street behind Athens. Driver Jarod Dinsmore reported that someone had hit the right rear door of the 2004 blue Chevy owned by his mother, Tammy Dinsmore of Cushing, according to Haj. Police estimate that $800 in damage was caused. The damage may actually have been caused in Rockland and the case has been transferred to Rockland police, Haj said.

Oct. 10

Katerina Campbell, 32, of Rockland was arrested on warrants.

Margit B. Russell, 52, of Rockland was cited for speeding 44 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Oct. 11

A motor vehicle burglary was reported just after 5:30 p.m. behind the business block. A pack of cigarettes was stolen from the glove box.

Oct. 12

Anna Silverman, 49, of Rockland was arrested for operating under the influence and violating condition of release.

Oct. 14

A burglary was reported at a Roxbury Street apartment around 4 p.m. Someone reportedly entered through a back door and stole prescription medication and $100. Police have no suspects at this time, according to Haj.

Oct. 15

A car making a U-turn near the cement flats on Route 1 went into the ditch at about 11 a.m. No one was injured, but rescue teams responded.

Oct. 17

Diane M. Seiders, 52, of Thomaston was cited for failure to register a motor vehicle for 30 to 150 days.

An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.