Thomaston police responded to 86 incidents from April 18 to 24.

Those incidents included one alarm, two animal problems, one animal welfare, one assault, two criminal mischief complaints, one disorderly, three erratic vehicles, two harassment complaints, one personal injury crash, one suicide attempt, one suspicious vehicle, three thefts, one theft of services, one traffic hazard, 10 traffic stops, three trespassing complaints, one underage drinking, and three wanted persons.

April 20

Max Johanson, 24, of Thomaston was cited for an expired registration.

April 21

Rachel Jameson, 27, of Rockland was cited for speeding.

April 22

Ashley Libby, 23, of Thomaston was cited for operating after suspension.

Edson Wilson, 33, of Augusta was arrested on a warrant.

Jason Whalen, 32, transient, was charged with criminal trespass, violating condition of release and criminal mischief.

April 23

A man reported blacking out at the wheel and causing a crash that damaged a home shortly before 10:30 a.m., according to police. John M. Durgin, 75, was turning left onto Wadsworth Street from Main Street when he blacked out. His vehicle continued south on Main Street, hitting the porch post at the residence at 363 Main St. Durgin was taken to Penobscot Bay Medical Center and contacted police later to say he was fine, according to the report. Police estimate the crash caused $200 in damage to the house and $200 in damage to Durgin’s vehicle.

Chief Kevin Haj’s tip of the week

When you receive a phone call or something in the mail, if it’s too good to be true, it’s not true. Never give out personal information. Never, never, never. Be smart. Be aware.

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 a later criminal proceedings.