Baileyville Police Report

 

The Baileyville Police Department was busy last week with agency assists, thefts, suspicious activity, subject removal and vehicle stops.

On February 11, on-duty officer assisted motorist with disabled vehicle on Route 1.

On February 11, on-duty officer assisted Calais Police Department by delivering a warning to a resident on Washington Street.

On February 12, on-duty officer responded to a bulldozer fire at the chip yard.

On February 12, on-duty officer discovered an intoxicated male lying on the ground outside the town office. After questioning the gentleman, officer delivered him to Princeton so he would not freeze to death or get run over.

On February 12, on-duty officer responded to a vehicle off the road on the South Princeton Road. Driver reported that when she swerved to avoid an animal, her vehicle left the roadway. No personal injury was reported but there was reportable damage to the vehicle.

On February 14, on-duty officer reported to the Big Stop where a worker complained that a male customer was becoming aggressive toward a female. This intoxicated male claimed the female had stolen $2,000 from his wallet. The male was removed from the premises.

On February 15, a Border Patrol Patrol agent reported that the operator of a vehicle on Route 1 was “all over the road.” On-duty officer located the vehicle, arrested the operator and took him to Calais Police Department for a drug recognition officer. No one was available so the suspect was released.

On February 15, a resident of Summit Street reported that a female was suicidal. Officer checked out the complaint and cleared the scene.

On February 16, on-duty officer saw suspicious activity on the Town Road. Officer investigated and found that the gentleman was supposed to be on the Town Road at 1:19 am.

On February 16, a resident of Broadway reported that his garage had been broken into and tools stolen. Incident is under investigation.

On February 17, on-duty officer responded to a crash over the Princeton line on Rte. 1. After ascertaining there were no injuries, the accident was left to the State Police for investigation.