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Franklin County Sheriff’s Office weekly report for Dec. 21-Jan. 4

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office weekly report for Dec. 21 through Jan. 4.

12/21/2018 - 1240hrs, Deputy Elmes responded to a report of a single vehicle accident on the Weld Road in Washington Twp. No injuries were reported.

12/21/2018 - 1424hrs, Deputy Elmes responded to a 911 hang up complaint at a residence on Beanies Beach Road in Strong. Investigation revealed that children were probable the reason for the call.

12/21/2018 - 1746hrs, Deputy Davol responded to a car vs. deer accident on the Industry Road in Industry. The deer died at the scene the car sustained reportable damage.

12/22/2018 - 0900hrs Deputy Elmes responded to a single vehicle accident on the River Road in Avon. No injuries were reported.

12/22/2018 - 0946hrs, Deputy McCormick investigated a trespass complaint between family members at a residence on Duck Scout Road in Avon.

12/22/2018 - 1043hrs, Sgt. Brann responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence on the Magrath Road in Wilton. No charges were filed.

12/23/2018 - 2145hrs, Sgt. Brann responded to a report of an unconscious male who was not responding at a residence on Pleasant Street in Phillips, the victim was revived by the time rescue arrived.

12/24/2018 - 1007hrs, Deputy McCormick responded to a report of an abandoned car on Main St. in Kingfield.

12/24/2018 - 2332HRS, Sgt. Brann responded to a report of an unattended death at a residence on the Fish Hatchery Road in Salem Twp. Investigation revealed that the death was as a result of natural causes.

12/25/2018 - 1037hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a report of an unattended death at a residence on the Stinchfield Road in Sandy River Plt. Investigation revealed that the victim died of natural causes.

12/26/2018 - 0853hrs, Deputy Morgan investigated a minor town truck vs. building accident at the town garage in Farmington.

12/26/2018 - 0928hrs, Sgt. Bean responded to a report of suspicious activity on Park Street in Phillips. It turned out to be water district workers reading water meters.

12/26/2018 - 1407hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a report of a 911 hang-up complaint at a residence on West Branch St. in Kingfield. It was determined that juveniles were at the home that caused the call. All were safe.

12/26/2018 - 2220hrs, Sgt. Brann responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked by the town office in Stratton. It turned out to be a husband/wife who were arguing about directions.

12/27/2018 - 0613hrs, Chief Deputy Lowell responded to a report of a car vs. deer accident on Loon Lake Road in Rangeley. The deer died at the scene the car sustained reportable damage.

12/27/2018 - 1226hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a single vehicle accident on Main St. north of Kingfield. No injuries were reported.

12/27/2018 - 1818grs, Sgt. Brann investigated a report of suspicious activity at a camp on Birches Beach road in Rangeley Plt. Everything was secure.

12/27/2018 - 2356hrs, Sgt. Brann responded to a report of suspicious activity at a residence on route 27 in Wyman Twp. The suspect vehicle was found by Brann on route 27 in Kingfield where the driver Thomas Carlton (22) of Kingfield was arrested for OUI and transported to jail.

12/28/2018 - 1108hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a report of a road hazard at the intersection of East Madrid Road and Bray Hill Road in Phillips.

12/28/2018 - 1245hrs, Deputy Morgan investigated a late report of an assault which was reported to have occurred at the Stratton Plaza the previous night. A man from Coplin Plt. was summonsed for assault.

12/29/2018 - 1354hrs, Deputy Morgan investigated a report of pigs exposed to the cold weather at a residence on the Barnjum Road in Madrid Twp.

12/29/2018 - 1413hrs, Deputy Elmes responded to a report of a vehicle parked partially obstructing the road on Main ST. in Kingfield.

12/29/2018 - 1455hrs, Deputy Morgan conducted a welfare check on the Salem Road in Salem Twp. at the request of a family member who stated that the elderly man who lived there was not answering his phone. Investigation revealed the subject had not paid his cell phone bill, thus no phone coverage.

12/29/2018 - 1639hrs, Deputy Elmes assisted a stranded motorist north of Kingfield.

12/29/2018 - 0404hrs, Sgt. Bean responded to a report of a tractor trailer off the road on route 27 in Chain of Ponds Twp. No injuries were reported.

12/29/2018 - 1133hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a single vehicle rollover on route 17 near the Height of the Land in Township E. No injuries were reported.

12/29/2018 - 2249hrs, Deputy Elmes and Sgt. Bean responded to a report of a Domestic Disturbance at a residence on Riverside Street in Kingfield. No charges were filed however one of the participants were taking to FMH for an evaluation.

12/30/2018 - 0504hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a car vs. deer accident on the Farmington Road in Strong. The deer ran off, the car sustained minor damage.

12/30/2018 - 1504hrs, Deputy Morgan and Sgt. Bean investigated a report of an unattended death of a man in a camper near Gammon Pond in Freeman Twp. It was determined that the male victim from Riverside RI died of natural causes.

12/30/2018 - 1551hrs, Deputy Elmes investigated a report of vandalism to a plow truck at a residence on Edes Brook Road in Temple.

12/30/2018 - 1837hrs, Deputy Elmes investigate a report of an open door at a camp on the West Side Road in Weld.

12/31/2018 - 0545hrs, Deputy Morgan responded to a report of a single vehicle accident with rollover on the Wilton Road in Chesterville. The investigation determined that the driver (only occupant) was traveling too fast for the conditions of the road. The driver, Bryan Deleon (30) of Mercer was summonsed for OUI and was transported to FMH for minor injuries.

12/31/2018 - 1752hrs, Deputy Elmes responded to a pickup vs. deer accident on route 27 in New Vineyard. The deer died at the scene the pickup sustained reportable damage.

1/1/2019 - 1222hrs, Deputy Doucette responded to a 911 Hang up complaint at a residence on Lake Drive in Temple. It was determined that a juvenile made the call.

1/1/2019 - 1405hrs, Deputy Davol investigated a late report of a vehicle crash on East Shore Drive in New Vineyard.

1/1/2019 - 1624hrs, Deputy Elmes investigated a report of harassment via Facebook at a residence in Industry.

1/1/2019 - 1701hrs, Sgt. Brann responded to a residence on North Main Street in Strong regarding a disturbance there. No charges were filed.

1/1/2019 - 1945hrs, Sgt. Brann arrested Nathan Purrington (34) of Fayette on a warrant after he had turned himself in at the jail.

1/2/2019 - 1119hrs, Deputy Doucette and K-9 Judge responded to a request for a k-9 at a traffic stop on Mile Hill Road in New Sharon.

1/2/2019 - 1419hrs, Sgt. Brann responded to the Withey Road in New Vineyard regarding a welfare check on an elderly person at the request of a care service provider. All was secure.

1/2/2019 - 1443hrs, Deputy Davol responded to the Ridge Road in Chesterville regarding a single vehicle accident. No injuries were reported.

1/3/2019 - 1230hrs, Deputy Davol responded to an open line 911 call at a residence on the Chesterville Hill road in Chesterville. This turned out to be a misdial.

1/3/2019 - 1707hrs, Deputy McCormick responded to a 911 call at a residence on the industry road in Industry. The caller had a broken phone screen which caused the misdial.

1/4/2019 - 0810hrs, Detective Ken Charles investigated a report of a theft/fraud via the US Mail at a residence on the Winslow Pond road in Madrid Twp.

1/4/2018 - 1108hrs, Deputy Doucette investigated a report of a possible theft from a barn at a residence on the Starks road in New Sharon.

Deputies conducted 45 building checks all were secure, Deputies also conducted 34 elder checks.

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6 Responses »

  1. There should be a fine involved with 911 miscalls. Seems to me it gets misused a lot!!

  2. That won’t work just saying if we don’t hold criminals accountable how can we expect parents to pay a fine because they aren’t paying attention to the kid playing with a phone ?

  3. @awwww...... When I read these police logs a lot of the 911 calls are from adults not children. Many of them pocket dial or dial the wrong number. If they charge for misusing it this way they surely should charge for lots of other things like a concerned citizen called police because of suspicious persons but they ended up being a power man working. The cops went there and nothing was wrong. Should the caller be fined ?
    Children calling 911 happens with some caretakers and it's usually not because they're being harmed thankfully. Children are curious .

  4. @ tax payer I understand what your saying but if we don’t actually give the criminals in franklin county consequences for their actions why would we fine someone that pocket dialed or mistakingly dialed. Wether it’s an adult or a kid. As far as people calling on water or power or phone workers maybe their hoping it will slow the bill down if they interfere.

  5. Not @ Awww but was meant for Just Saying!

  6. Taxpayer: Just curious how you pocket dial 911....unless the number was already in the phone? I get that children make mistakes!! My point was the police have to investigate each call as if something is wrong. That is costing money. It was just a suggestion...

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