Thomaston police responded to 69 incidents from April 25 to May 1.

Those incidents included one animal problem, one animal welfare, one all-terrain vehicle problem, two criminal mischief complaints, one disorderly, five erratic vehicles, one fire alarm, one found property, two juvenile problems, five property damage crashes, one stray animal, one suspicious vehicle, three thefts, 10 traffic stops, one underage drinking and one vehicle search.

April 25

A theft was reported at about 10:50 a.m. at Rockland Ford. Someone had removed emblems from the doors, tailgate and center console of a Ford F-150 Harley Davidson edition. The items were worth an estimated $700. The case remains under investigation.

April 26

A 16-year-old from Rockland was involved in a crash that caused an estimated $3,000 in damage to the 2003 Dodge four-door she was driving. She was attempting to turn her cell phone off and look at the radio and drove off the road into a guy wire, according to the police report. No one was injured. She was wearing her seat belt.

April 28

Nathan Vannah, 20, of Waldoboro was cited for speeding, 42 mph in a 25 zone.

The theft of 205 feet of welding cable worth about $900 was reported at Henry Crane Service on Newman Lane. The cable was stolen from a service van on the property. There were no signs of forced entry. The case is under investigation.

April 29

Jay Ryan, 19, of Thomaston was cited for possession of alcohol.

Michele Barnes, 41, of Thomaston was cited for an inspection sticker violation and failure to show proof of insurance.

A resident reported the theft of items from a Wadsworth Street workshop just before 5 p.m. A portable furnace, fire extinguisher and lintels were stolen. There were no signs of forced entry. The case is under investigation.

April 30

Stacy Burnett, 42, of Thomaston was summoned for furnishing a place for a minor to consume alcohol, according to police.

Chief Kevin Haj’s tip of the week

Business notification sheets to provide emergency contact information and property check requests are available at thomastonpolice.net. Click on “online forms.” The forms need to be printed out and turned in to the police department.

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.