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Rockland police responded to and reported the following calls from Sept. 29 through Oct. 3.

Sept. 29

Detective Russell Thompson responded to a drug complaint on Rankin Street.

Detective Thompson responded to a fish and game complaint on Rankin Street.

Animal control officer Jeff McLaughlin responded to an animal problem on Bog Road.

Officer John Bagley responded to a juvenile problem at Rockland District Middle School at 4 p.m.

Officer Andrew Redden responded to a harassment complaint on Eliza Steele Drive.

Officer Redden responded to a disorderly complaint on Camden Street.

Officer John Bagley responded to a drug complaint on Maple Street.

Officer Redden responded to a drug complaint on Rankin Street.

Brian Edgecomb, 47, of Rockland was arrested on a warrant.

Sept. 30

Officer James Jillson responded to a threatening complaint on Broadway.

Officer William Smith responded to an assault on Park Street.

Officer Jillson responded to a fraud complaint on Cedar Street.

Officer Smith responded to a theft on West Meadow Road.

Officer Jillson responded to a disorderly complaint on Rankin Street.

Officer Jillson responded to a trespassing complaint at Rite Aid.

Officer Redden responded to a harassment complaint on Park Street.

Officer Redden responded to an erratic vehicle complaint at Main/Limerock streets.

Animal control officer McLaughlin responded to an animal welfare complaint on North Main Street.

Officer Redden responded to a disorderly complaint on Talbot Avenue.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a trespassing complaint at the football field at 7 p.m.

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

Officer Smith responded to alcohol offenses at the football field at 9 p.m.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to an intoxication complaint on Museum Street.

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a juvenile problem by the Hole in the Wall Bagel.

Brian Sanborn, 51, of Rockland was arrested for violating a condition of release.

Oct. 1

Sgt. Lindahl responded to an intoxication complaint on Myrtle Street.

Officer Scott Solorzano responded to a juvenile problem at Rankin and Leland streets.

Officer Smith responded to a hit-and-run car crash at the Trade Winds.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a theft complaint at South End Maritime Farms.

Officer Redden responded to a trespassing at Rock Coast Sports.

Officer Andrew Crook responded to a domestic complaint on Elm Street.

Officer Crook responded to a domestic complaint on Park Street.

Officer Daniels responded to an erratic vehicle complaint on Old County Road.

Oct. 2

Sgt. Lindahl responded to an erratic vehicle complaint on Route 17.

Officer Daniels responded to a drug complaint on Route 17.

Officer Smith responded to a theft complaint at Maritime Farms near the Thomaston town line.

Officer Smith responded to a juvenile problem at the Burger King drive-through lane.

Officer Crook responded to an erratic vehicle complaint on Route 1.

Sgt. Camporiale responded to a theft complaint at the Family Dollar store. Kristin Wood, 28, of Warren was arrested for theft and violating a condition of release.

Officer Crook responded to an animal problem on Camden Street.

Officer Crook responded to a theft complaint on Holmes Street.

Sgt. Camporiale responded to a hit-and-run car crash at the Trade Winds parking lot.

Officer Crook responded to an intoxication complaint at Main/School streets.

Officer Crook responded to a hit-and-run car crash at State Street.

Officer Joel Neal responded to an animal problem at South Main.

Officer Crook responded to an overdose complaint on Grace Street.

Oct. 3

Officer Crook responded to a criminal mischief complaint at the Mid-Coast School of Technology.

Sgt. Smith responded to a disorderly complaint on North Main.