Baileyville Police Report

The Baileyville Police Department was busy for the last two weeks answering calls of theft, vehicle accident, several agency assists, disorderly conduct, arrest, criminal trespass and removal of a subject. 

On October 30, a burglary was reported on Summit Street. Copper was stolen from a vacant home. This incident is still under investigation.

On October 20, a motor vehicle crash on Mill Street resulted in property damage only.

On November 1, officer on duty assisted the Calais Police Department with a bar fight at Mixers.

On November 1, an unresponsive male was found on Houlton Road. He was transported to Calais Regional for an unknown medical issue.

On November 1, James Martell, 63, of Baileyville was arrested on a probation violation.

On November 1, on-duty officer aided Indian Township and Calais with a shots fired call and with a remove subject call.

On November 2, police responded to South Princeton Road for a disorderly conduct complaint on a parent.

On November 5, Brittany Foss, 27, of Eastport was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On November 5, on-duty officer issued a warning for harassment for the Maine State Police.

On November 6, Andrew Hawkins was issued a summons for a dog-at-large on the Houlton Road.

On November 9, on-duty officer was called to the Spednic Club to remove a subject.

On November 9, a subject was warned for criminal trespass on the Ryan Road.

On November 11, on-duty officer responded to Summit Street for a noise complaint. A warning was issued. 

Baileyville Police had a relatively quiet week of November 10th. They responded to 34 calls for service including a civil arrest, noise complaint, motor vehicle crashes, a criminal trespass and a theft.

On November 10, Washington County Sheriff’s office assisted a resident with getting personal belongings from a home on Hillside Street.

On November 10, a warning was issued for a noise complaint on Summit Street.

On November 11, on-duty officer assisted Washington County Sheriff’s office with a motor vehicle crash in Baring.

On November 13, on-duty officer responded to a motor vehicle-deer collision on Houlton Road. The automobile suffered minor damage. The deer fled the scene of the accident.

On November 14, police handled a criminal trespass in Calais where a juvenile was warned to stay away from her mother’s house.

On November 15, police answered a call of a stolen ATV on Berry Lane. This incident remains under investigation.

The Department made nine traffic stops this week and issued eight warnings and one summons. The reports from neighborhood drug watch continue to be investigated.