Boothbay Harbor Police Blotter: Ten arrests
On May 6 at 12:41 a.m. on Townsend Ave., Officer Chryplewicz arrested Bernard Vigna, 65, Bridgton, for operating under the influence.
On May 11 at 9:53 p.m. on Ocean Pt. Rd., Officer Braley arrested David Ryder, 62, Rosemont, Pennsylvania, for operating under the influence.
On May 12 at 1:41 a.m. on Reed Rd., Officer Polizzotti arrested Daniel Hallinan, 27, Boothbay Harbor, for criminal mischief and domestic violence assault.
On May 12 at 12:08 p.m. on Howard St., Officer Braley arrested Jedidiah Watson, 38, Poland, on a warrant as a fugitive from justice.
On May 13 at 11:55 p.m. on Eastern Ave., Officers Chryplewicz and Polizzotti arrested Jonathan Costello, 27, Boothbay, for operating under the influence and failing to notify of a motor vehicle accident.
On May 14 at 1:10 a.m. on Townsend Ave., Officer Polizzotti arrested Casey Ryder, 27, Boothbay, for violation of conditions of release.
On May 18 at 4:36 p.m. on Ocean Pt. Rd., Officers Braley and Brown arrested Chelsea Copeland, 26, Boothbay Harbor, for domestic violence assault.
On May 18 at 4:36 p.m. on Ocean Pt. Rd., Officers Braley and Brown arrested Paul Copeland, 31, Boothbay Harbor, for domestic violence and criminal mischief.
On May 22 at 9:45 p.m. on Townsend Ave., Officer Chryplewicz arrested John Dunbar, 29, Boothbay Harbor, for violation of conditions of release, failure to pay fines, and refusing to submit to arrest or detention.
On May 23 at 1:16 a.m. on Pear St., Officer Chryplewicz arrested Henry Mayer, 39, Boothbay Harbor, for domestic violence terrorizing.
From May 6 through June 4, Boothbay Harbor police officers responded to 421 calls. They conducted 13 911 checks, one compliance check, 23 property checks, seven pedestrian checks, one welfare check, 120 motor vehicle stops, and 41 escort/transports. They assisted 19 citizens, two other agencies and with two community paramedicine visits. They were on special detail once, performed community policing 16 times, received police information seven times, attempted to locate two persons and controlled traffic 33 times. They also responded to one animal complaint, 13 burglar alarms, one assault, one burglary, three civil complaints, one criminal mischief report, three disabled motor vehicles, three domestic disturbances, two erratic operations, seven fire alarms, two fires, one fight, one harassment report, three LCRC intakes, two loud noises, 28 medical emergencies, three medical alarms, eight motor vehicle accidents, 10 parking problems, seven found/lost property reports, 13 suspicious activity reports, four traffic hazards, eight theft/forgery/fraud reports, one threat, three unwanted subjects, and one violation of bail conditions.