The Thomaston Police Department responded to 179 incidents from June 6 to June 19.

Those incidents included four alarms, 11 animal problems, two assaults, one assault involving a firearm, four all-terrain vehicle problems, one bail violation, one car-deer crash, two criminal mischief complaints, two disorderly, one drugs, four erratic vehicles, five harassment complaints, three juvenile problems, one operating under the influence, one parking problem, three property damage crashes, two personal injury crashes, two probation violations, one radar detail, two sex offender registrations, three suspicious vehicles, two suspicious incidents, six thefts, one automobile theft, three threatening complaints, three traffic hazards, two traffic offenses, 27 traffic stops and one report of trespassing.

June 8

Wayne Curtis, 52, of Rockland was charged with a probation violation.

Nicholas Adkins, 21, of Warren, was charged with criminal threatening and disorderly conduct. The arrest was made after police responded to a report of a fight behind the business block.

June 9

A 15-year-old juvenile from Thomaston was charged with violating a condition of release, assault and criminal threatening.

Christopher Cole, 31, of Warren was charged with theft.

June 10

Kevin Seastrom, 23, of Rockport was cited for speeding.

Erica Cottle, 23, of Camden was cited for speeding.

Dustin Barrows, 28, of Northport was charged with aggravated forgery and theft. Barrows is accused of stealing inspection stickers from Mr. Tire and filling them out, according to Police Chief Kevin Haj.

Richard Ferrar, 22, of Tenants Harbor was charged with receiving stolen property in connection with using or receiving one of the stolen inspection stickers, according to Haj.

Jason Davis, 23, of Warren was charged with attaching false plates and failure to show insurance.

June 13

A Warren woman received minor injuries and damaged her car when she swerved to avoid an animal and went off Oyster River Road at 5:30 a.m. Brooke L. Corey, 24, reported suffering back pain after the crash. She told police she came around a bend in the road and saw a fox or cat run into the road. As she swerved to avoid it, her wheel got caught on the edge of the road. The car went into the wet grass and began to spin, hitting two trees. The crash caused damage to the rear passenger quarter panel of the 2000 Chevrolet, and the vehicle had to be towed. Corey was wearing her seat belt. Sgt. Timothy Hoppe responded.

June 17

Harland Edwards, 40, of Appleton was charged with a probation violation.

Rose Petterson, 26, of Thomaston was cited for failure to maintain control of a vehicle and failure to show proof of insurance. Petterson was driving a blue 2003 Saturn sport utility vehicle south on Main Street at the intersection with Kossuth Street at about 12:31 p.m. when the vehicle went off the road and slammed into a CMP pole. She later told police she took her eyes off the road because she was playing a game with her passenger, a 6-year-old child. Both driver and passenger were taken to Penobscot Bay Medical Center for head and neck pain. The vehicle was towed for damage to the front passenger corner. Officer Michael Blais responded to the crash.

Ryan Schultz, 23, of Cushing was charged with automobile theft and operating after suspension. While riding in his girlfriend’s car on Main Street at about 4:37 p.m., he pulled the emergency brake forcing it to stop, and pulled the keys out of the ignition, according to Haj. His girlfriend got out of the car, a 1995 Saab, and later saw him driving off in it. Since he had her cell phone, she went to another phone and called the police. Schultz was on probation with no license at the time, Haj said.

Steven Woodbury, 54, of Thomaston was charged with violating condition of release.

Chief Haj’s Tip of the Week

School’s out. Please watch for children playing!

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.