Calais Police Department

Calais Police Department responded to 35 incidents and 4 motor vehicle accidents. 

On Monday, December 2nd 2013, Officers responded to a disturbance on Union St..  As a result, Juanita Day, 37, of Calais was arrested for domestic assault.  Ms. Day was transported to Washington County Jail.

Also on the 2nd, Officers along with Calais Fire / Rescue responded to the report of a subject who had fallen off a roof.  Officers responded to WCCC and determined the subject who had been contracted to repair the roof, fell off a ladder and expired at the scene.  This case is being investigated by the Medical Examiner’s office.

On Wednesday , December 4th, 2013, officers received a report of theft of medication from a Lowell St. residence.  This case is under investigation. 

Also on December 4th, Officers were advised of multiple pit bulls at large on Germain St., as well a small unattended child.  Officer responded and determined the owner of the animals and home of the child. The case is under investigation and charges are pending.

On Thursday, December 5th, 2013  officers responded to North St. for the report of domestic assault.  Calais PD was assisted by Calais Fire / Rescue.  Upon investigation officers arrested Arthur Denny, 47, of Calais, for aggravated assault.

Also on December 5th, officers arrested Misty Thurlow, 26, of Princeton for a warrant at the Calais Court House. Thurlow was bailed and released from the Calais district court.

Also on December 5th, David Vincent, 60, of Saint John was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle without a license at the Ferry Point Bridge.

On Saturday, December 7th, officers received a report from Calais Regional Hospital that a patient had left the hospital. They advised the subject was there for an evaluation and was only in a hospital gown. Calais Police Officer along with US Border Patrol and Maine State police search the area but were unable to locate the subject. Early the next day the subject had reportedly made contact with family and was OK.