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Rockland police responded to and reported the following calls from Aug. 29 through Sept. 1.

Aug. 29

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a nuisance complaint near Admontem Avenue.

Sgt. Smith responded to a car crash by VIP on Camden Street. There were no injuries.

Sgt. Smith responded to a car crash on Waldo Avenue near Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church. There were no injuries.

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

Officer Daniels responded to a car crash on Main Street by the Farnsworth Art Museum and Library. There were no injuries.

Officer Daniels responded to a theft by the Warren Street playground.

Officer Daniels responded to a harassment complaint on Union Street.

Officer Andrew Crook responded to a car crash at Main and Elm streets. There were no injuries.

Officer Andrew Crook responded to an animal problem at Broadway and Hill Street.

Aug. 30

Officer Daniels responded to a theft at Radio Shack.

Sgt. Smith responded to a harassment complaint on Gay Street.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a theft complaint on Main Street.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to a hit-and-run car crash at the Walmart parking lot.

Sgt. Lindahl responded to a harassment complaint on Brewster Street.

Aug. 31

Officer Jillson responded to an animal welfare complaint on State Street.

Officer Daniels responded to an identity theft case on Thomaston Street.

Officer Jillson responded to a car crash at Union Street and Talbot Avenue. There were no injuries.

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

Officer Andrew Redden responded to a car crash at the American Legion. There were no injuries.

Officer John Bagley responded to a harassment complaint on State Street.

Officer Bagley responded to an alcohol offense at the Warren Street playground.

Sept. 1

Officer Joel Neal responded to a domestic complaint on Limerock Street.

Officer Neal responded to a disorderly complaint at the Trade Winds. Jason Jones, 29, of Union was arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.

Officer Neal responded to an intoxication complaint on South Main Street.