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Portland Police Department arrest log April 5 to April 11

(Portland Police Department arrest log, April 5 to April 11)

Saturday, April 5
1 a.m., Declan Kelly, 24, of Portland, was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident on Orkney Street by Officer Edward Ireton.
2 a.m., Richard William Chadbourne, 26, of Portland, was arrested for assault on Orkney Street by Officer Jennifer Lamperti.
2 a.m., Robert Edward Riffey, 44, of Portland, was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon on State Street by Officer Jonathan Lackee.
12 p.m., Joseph Robert Hoster, 33, of Portland, was arrested for assault and criminal mischief on Deering Street by Officer Jeffrey Druan.
2 p.m., Dwayne Sanborn, 35, of Falmouth, was arrested on a warrant for acquiring drugs by deception on Forest Avenue by Officer Andjelko Napijalo.
2 p.m., Joshua Luciano, 37, of Portland, was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs on Somerset Street by Officer Jason Nadeau.
6 p.m., Parker James Dodd, 23, of Portland, was arrested for operating after suspension on Delaware Court by Officer Nicholas Gowen.
6 p.m., Jaime Homewood, 38, of Portland, was arrested for operating after revocation for habitual offender on Allen Avenue by Officer Evan Bomba.
9 p.m., Paul Smith, 52, of South Portland, was arrested on a warrant for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Riverside Street by Officer Christopher Kelley.
10 p.m., Thomas Joseph Carr, 74, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant for operating under the influence on Riverside Street by Officer Christopher Kelley.
Sunday, April 6
12 a.m., Ronnie Icke, 48, of Portland, was arrested for public drinking on Exchange Street by Lt. Gary Hutcheson.
12 a.m., Aaron English, 40, of Scarborough, was arrested for operating under the influence on Boyd Street by Officer Eric Johnson.
2 a.m., Hamza Ibraham Hassan, 27, of Portland, was arrested for operating under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident quickly on Washington Avenue by Officer Evan Bomba.
2 p.m., Terry Tucker, 24, of Portland, was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs on Forest Avenue by Officer Kyle Brake.
6 p.m., Mohammed Halim, 59, of Portland, was arrested for violation of conditional release on Columbia Road by Officer Christopher Kelley.
6 p.m., Angela Kennedy, 37, of Portland, was arrested for assault on Castine Avenue by Officer Jakob Demchak.
7 p.m., Michael Patrick Dever, 35, of Portland, was arrested for criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon on Portland Street by Officer Andjelko Napijalo.
8 p.m., Stanley Dennison, 45, of address unknown, was arrested for criminal trespass on Congress Street by Officer Brent Abbott.
10 p.m., Daniel Bruce Hill, 61, of Portland, was arrested for operating under the influence on Portland Street by Officer Erik Richard.
10 p.m., Janet Berry, 57, of Portland, was arrested for operating under the influence on Brighton Avenue by Officer Jonathan Lackee.
11 p.m., Krystle Eisenback, 24, of Saco, was arrested on a warrant for operating after suspension on Riverside Street by Officer Charles Hodgdon.
Monday, April 7
12 a.m., Amber Feyler, 21, of Salem, Mass., was arrested for criminal mischief on Riverside Street by Officer Christopher Kelley.
1 a.m., Scott O'Leary, 32, of Brunswick, was arrested on a warrant for operating after suspension on Congress Street by Officer Eric Johnson.
7 a.m., David Booth, 23, of South Portland, was arrested on a warrant for reckless conduct on Congress Street by Officer Michael Galietta.
10 a.m., William Mahadi, 40, of Portland, was arrested for assault and aggravated assault on Middle Street by Det. Lisa Sweatt.
11 a.m., Michael Lorenz, 55, of Portland, was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Preble Street by Officer Jason Nadeau.
2 p.m., Wyatt Bowman, 57, of Portland, was arrested for indecent conduct on Portland Street by Officer Kyle Brake.
3 p.m., Johnney Theriault, 63, of Portland, was arrested for criminal trespass on Riverside Street by Officer Sara Clukey.
6 p.m., Justin Lynds, 27, of address unknown, was arrested for criminal trespass on Monument Square by Officer Brent Abbott.
10 p.m., David Roberto Goodglass, 21, of South Portland, was arrested for violation of conditional release and refusing to submit to arrest or detention on Gleckler Road by Officer Christopher Kelley.
Tuesday, April 8
3 a.m., Nicole Marie Hampton, 33, of Portland, was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs on Milk Street by Officer Joseph Jaynes.
1 p.m., Donald McInnis, 66, of Portland, was arrested for aggravated assault on Congress Street by Officer William Stratis.
6 p.m., Peter Nathan Johnson, 28, of address unknown, was arrested for disorderly conduct on Monument Square by Officer Sean Hurley.
7 p.m., Kristen Ann Dunphy, 31, of Portland, was arrested for disorderly conduct on Oxford Street by Officer Micheal Bennis.
10 p.m., Regina Browne, 39, of Portland, was arrested for misuse of the 911 system on Congress Street by Officer Jessica Brown.
10 p.m., Shevawn Sawyer, 50, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs on Frost Street by Officer Jonathan Lackee.
Wednesday, April 9
12 a.m., Timothy Coye, 44, of address unknown, was arrested for violation of conditional release and assault on Portland Street by Officer Daniel Rose.
1 a.m., Justin Clark, 20, of Portland, was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Pine Street by Officer Jeffrey Ruth.
7 a.m., Hashi Ali, 27, of Portland, was arrested for criminal trespass on Cumberland Avenue by Officer Daniel Rose.
8 a.m., Timothy Coye, 44, of address unknown, was arrested on a warrant for terrorizing on Portland Street by Officer Daniel Rose.
9 a.m., Faduma Ali, 49, of Portland, was arrested for assault on Bayside Terrace by Officer Cong Van Nguyen.
10 a.m., Jose Alexander Ramos-Dubon, 18, of Portland, was arrested for violation of a protection order and violation of a protection order from abuse on A Street by Officer Mark Kezal.
2 p.m., Jamie Allen Irish, 36, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant for escape on Cedar Street by Officer Daniel Rose.
3 p.m., Ryan Cassidy, 24, of Buxton, was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs on Cutter Street by Officer Mark Keller.
3 p.m., Grainer Joseph Cassidy, 32, of Portland, was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and unlawful trafficking in drugs on Cutter Street by Officer Daniel Townsend.
9 p.m., Shellie Ann Gillis, 38, of Westbrook, was arrested for violation of conditional release on Warren Avenue by Officer Nicholas Gown.
10 p.m., Devon Joseph Holmes, 25, of South Portland, was arrested for fugitive from justice on Veranda Street by Officer David Schertz.
11 p.m., Matthew Storms, 49, of Falmouth Foreside, was arrested for operating under the influence on Washington Avenue by Officer Mathew Dissell.
Thursday, April 10
8 a.m., Rodney Murray, 22, of Bucksport, was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and criminal trespass on Portland Street by Officer Daniel Knight.
10 a.m., Charles Bean, 34, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant for operating after revocation for habitual offender on Pine Street by Officer David Argitis.
4 p.m., Jessica Rice, 36, of Westbrook, was arrested for operating under the influence on Warren Avenue by Officer Jessica Googins.
5 p.m., Daniel Conley, 49, of address unknown, was arrested for public drinking on Cedar Street by Officer Thien Duong.
11 p.m., Awaleh Abdullahi, 29, of Portland, was arrested for criminal trespass on Washington Avenue by Officer Christopher Coyne.
Friday, April 11
12 a.m., Chris Edward Clukey, 45, of Portland, was arrested for criminal trespass on Congress Street by Officer Adam Morin.
(Information furnished by the Portland Police Department.)

Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 23:01

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Police charge Sidney, Augusta residents in relation to prostitution businesses

Maine State Police have charged a father and son from Sidney, and an Augusta woman with running separate prostitution businesses, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported Thursday.
Frederick Horne Sr., 46, and his 19-year-old son, Frederick Horne Jr., were both issued summonses Thursday afternoon on charges of promotion of sex trafficking, police said. Troopers, Maine Drug Enforcement Agency agents and the Kennebec District Attorney's Office raided the house located at 2874 West River Road in Sidney. The Horne's business is known as "Adam & Eve" escort service, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported.
Also charged with promoting sex trafficking is Gretchen Patrick, 51, of Augusta, who operates an escort service known as "Sarah's Place" from a home in Litchfield, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported.
Police raided that location at mid-afternoon. Patrick also received a summons. The two businesses are not related.
Business records were seized and a number of women and men at both locations were interviewed, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported. Those records will be analyzed by investigators and additional charges could result, officials said.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 00:22

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Police, drug agents continue probe of Fairfield meth lab

Maine Drug Enforcement Agency agents and Fairfield Police continue to investigate the makings of a methamphetamine lab in Fairfield, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported.
The police department went to the home on Serenity Circle to serve a search warrant on an unrelated matter and made the discovery Wednesday, officials said.
During the search, officers discovered material consistent with the manufacturing of methamphetamine. This information was relayed to agents with MDEA's South Central Task Force. A second search warrant was drawn up by MDEA to seize the lab related material. Agents were able to take custody of the evidence without the need for a full MDEA lab team response.
No arrests have been made, and MDEA and Fairfield Police continue to investigate the discovery, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported.

Roy McKinney, director of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, said Maine law enforcement have uncovered 11 meth labs so far this year, including the lab uncovered in Fairfield Wednesday. In 2009, the state had one meth lab uncovered; last year there were 20, McKinney said during a press conference about anti-narcotics legislation on Wednesday.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 00:23

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Hearse turns over on I-95, driver injured, police say

The driver of a hearse was injured Thursday afternoon when he apparently fell asleep and the vehicle overturned on Interstate 95 in Pittsfield, the Maine Department of Public Safety reported. Trooper Joseph Chretien reported that the hearse overturned three or four times before coming to rest upright in the road.4-11-14-MSP-hearse
The crash was reported at 3:30 p.m. Traffic in the northbound lanes was reduced to one lane as rescue personnel tended to the driver. The driver, Michael Kelley, 55, from Salsbury Cove, was transported to Sabasticook Hospital in Pittsfield and his injuries, although serious, were not life threatening, the Maine State Police said.
The hearse, owned by Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home in Ellsworth, was transporting a body which remained in the vehicle, police said. The body and casket were transferred to another hearse.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 01:25

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