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Rockland police responded to and reported the following calls on Aug. 1.

Aug. 1

Officer William Smith responded to a drug complaint at the Trade Winds Motor Inn shortly after 9 a.m.

Jessica Hall, 35, of Rockland, was arrested for unlawful possession of cocaine and Suboxone, unlawful possession of Klonopin, and issued a summons for possession of bath salts. The Maine Legislature and Gov. Paul LePage enacted a law in June to make possession of bath salts a crime. The synthetic drug is being blamed across the country for instances of bizarre behavior due to the stimulant. This is the first bath salts charge issued by Rockland police, Deputy Chief Wally Tower noted.

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to an animal problem on Lake Avenue.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal welfare complaint on Main Street by United Home Furniture.

Officer Daniels responded to a juvenile problem on Masonic Street.

Officer Smith responded to an animal welfare complaint at the Trade Winds parking lot.

Officer Smith responded to an intoxication complaint at Rite Aid.

Officer Smith responded to an alcohol offense on High Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash by E.L. Spear on Route 1.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal welfare problem on Park Street across from Amato’s.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal problem on Lake Avenue.

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash at Walmart. There were no injuries.

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash at Walmart. There were no injuries.

Officer Andrew Crook responded to a disorderly complaint on Rankin Street.

Officer Joseph Bates responded to a nuisance complaint on Trinity Street.