Thomaston police responded to 96 incidents from May 30 to June 6.

Those incidents included one burglary, two animal problems, one all-terrain vehicle, five alarms, two criminal mischief complaints, one disorderly, one erratic vehicle, one found property, one harassment complaint, one juvenile problem, one parking problem, one property damage crash, one personal injury crash, one stray animal, one suspicious vehicle, two suspicious incidents, four thefts, two threatening complaints, one traffic hazard, one traffic offense, 16 traffic stops, one trespassing complaint and two reports of unconsciousness.

June 1

About $18,000 worth of stainless steel was stolen from Chemrock in Thomaston, according to the Thomaston Police Department. Two pieces of metal weighing 8,000 pounds each were taken. The theft was reported at about 7:30 p.m. It remains under investigation.

June 6

Aluminum wheels worth an estimated $200 were stolen from an old Chevy at the Dwight Overlock pit on Beechwood Street. The theft was reported at about 7:40 p.m.

June 7

The theft of a shopping cart worth an estimated $150 was reported at Lowe’s, according to Police Chief Kevin Haj. A white van with the license plate 6765KF and bearing the name “Mr. Tubbs” on its side is being sought in connection with the case, Haj said. It remains under investigation.

A Georges Valley High School student reported that a school-issued laptop computer was missing.

Chief Haj’s Tip of the Week

Most thefts are crimes of opportunity. Let’s make it tough for criminals. Lock things up. Don’t leave items of value on the lawn or in an unlocked car.

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.