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Rockland police responded to and reported the following calls from July 5 through July 7.

July 5

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a threatening complaint.

Officer Daniels responded to a protection from abuse violation complaint on South Main Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a report of a hit-and-run car crash behind Rock Coast Sports.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a car crash at Union and Museum streets.

Officer John Bagley responded to a harassment complaint at Eliza Steele Drive.

Officer Scott Solorzano responded to a threatening complaint.

Officer Joel Neal responded to a disorderly complaint on Talbot Avenue.

July 6

Officer Bagley conducted a radar detail on Lake Avenue.

Animal control officer Jeff McLaughlin responded to an animal welfare complaint on Talbot Avenue.

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash at Camden and Cedar streets. There were no injuries.

Officer Daniels responded to a harassment complaint on Rankin Street.

Officer Daniels responded to an erratic vehicle complaint at Broadway and Masonic Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a disorderly complaint at the Community Playground next to the recreation center.

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash by Jess’s Market on South Main Street.

Sgt. Don Finnegan responded to an animal welfare complaint in the Hannaford parking lot.

Officer Daniels responded to an erratic vehicle complaint on Union Street.

Officer Bagley responded to a trespassing complaint at the Navigator Motor Inn lounge.

July 7

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a disorderly complaint at the Myrtle Street Tavern.

Officer McLaughlin responded to an animal welfare complaint at the Rankin Center.