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Kittery Town Council passes Circuit Breaker for 70+ Seniors

On 5/30/2018, Wednesday Night, the Kittery Town Council passed a circuit breaker program to assist seniors with their property taxes. The Circuit Breaker Proposal was sponsored by Chairman Kenneth Lemont. Ken said he tried to do this as a legislator in Augusta several years ago and worked with former Kittery Councilor and Chairperson Ann Grinnell to implement this in Kittery but it was voted down. The State of Maine later passed the Homestead Exemption act.

Ken said the Town Manager Kendra Amaral deserves most of the credit in the research and by reaching out to other communities who have accomplished the same thing for gather more information, made this proposal go together in such a way it he felt it would now pass. Councilor Matt Brock asked to be sure it was reviewable each year. Well, if was passed and is crafted to be reviewable each year.

The proposal passed 5 to 1. Voting for the proposal was Chairperson Ken Lemont, Vice Chair Chuck Denault, Councilors Jeff Thomson, Jeff Pelletier and Matt Brock. Frank Dennett had voted no and Gary Beers was not present.

Frank Dennett wanted to have certain language and introduced an amendment to the original motion but that failed as well by a 5 to 1 vote.

Keep in mind that there are some limitations and requirements that need to be met .

for more official information, please check with the Town. 207-439-0452

Keeping you informed, you saw it here first. Watch the Town Council reruns on Channel 22 for more information.

 

 

Proposed Property Tax Relief. Kittery Seniors 70+ need to take notice.

OURKITTERY.com keeping you informed!

Intent of this Proposed Amendment is to lower the residential property taxes for our Senior Citizens who are age 70 and above by $1000.00. Please read and familiarize yourself with the Proposed Amendments. Please pay attention to this and as always there is always a public comment. THIS AMENDMENT KEEPS CHANGING SO PAY ATTENTION.

 

ORIGINAL PACKET  4-23-2018 PAGE 98. HAS BEEN SINCE UPDATED.
5-30-2018 MEETING PACKETS PAGE 56. SEE THE DIFFERENCE.

Please pass this Proposed Amendment to all our citizens.
Sponsor of the amendment is Chair Person Kenneth Lemont.  

Feel free to show your support for our seniors: AT THE MEETINGS, DURING PUBLIC COMMENT OR VIA THE TOWN WEBSITE.  IF YOU CAN’T  MAKE IT, HERE ARE YOUR COUNCILOR  EMAIL ADDRESSES. CLICK ON THE NAMES TO SEND THEM AN EMAIL.

CHAIR PERSON KEN LEMONT
VICE CHAIR CHARLES DENAULT 
COUNCILOR JEFFREY THOMSON 
COUNCILOR GARY BEERS
COUNCILOR JEFF PELLETIER
COUNCILOR MATTHEW BROCK
FRANK DENNETT WILL BE GIVEN ANY EMAILS RECEIVED.

PLEASE READ.

TOWN COUNCIL AGENDA MAY 30th, 2018

You can express yourself during the 3 minutes Public Comment

11. DISCUSSION a. Discussion by members of the public (three minutes per person) b. Response to public comment directed to a particular Councilor c. Chairperson’s response to public comments

13 c. (050318-10) The Kittery Town Council hereby ordains amendments to Title 13.04 – Taxpayer Relief Program. Sponsored by Chairman Kenneth Lemont.

 REPORT TO TOWN  COUNCIL

Meeting Date:       May 30, 2018 6:00 P.M.
From:                   Kendra Amaral, Town Manager
Subject:                 Property Tax Relief and Collection Package
Councilor Sponsor: Chairperson Kenneth Lemont

UPDATED
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

We are proposing the Council incorporate both 36 MRS §6232 Municipal Property Tax Assistance program and §6271 Tax Deferral for Senior Citizens into our Title 13 under the heading of Taxpayer Relief Programs.

We are also proposing an update to our policy for the collection of unpaid taxes. The purpose of this revision is to bring our policy in line with current state law, create a formal process for establishing payment plans, allow for write-offs of minor amounts owed, and clarify the process for foreclosure.

BACKGROUND

Councilor Lemont requested that the administration look into the Municipal Property Tax Assistance program in 36 MRS §6232. In the process of researching the program, we began reviewing our unpaid taxes from prior years, our policy for deferral and collection of unpaid property taxes, and other tax reduction and deferral options available within MRS.

STATEMENT OF NEED

Total taxes in lien currently exceeds $330,000. In some cases, tax liens are more than five years old. The value of the liens range from $0.37 to over $13,000.

We are proposing a package of amendments to ordinance and policy that address the matter of unpaid property taxes from multiple angles. We believe this package balances options for those in need with the town’s obligation to collect on committed taxes in a fair, consistent, and predictable manner for our property taxpayers.

The Municipal Property Tax Assistance program, as proposed, allows for a credit or reduction of property taxes for residents 70 years of age or older with specific income limitations, and a demonstrated 10-year history of Kittery residence. We are proposing the credit be up to $1,000 annually per household. This is modeled on other communities in Maine that have successfully adopted and implemented the state law. The program is proposed to be funded by exposed undesignated reserve (unencumbered surplus) by ballot vote each year.   The Council has approved of a town warrant article for up to $50,000 for this program in Fiscal Year 2019.

The Tax Deferral for Senior Citizens program allows seniors to defer their property taxes until such time as the property is sold, transferred, or no longer occupied by the qualifying resident. The taxes will accrue with interest and be due when a qualifying event occurs. This does not require funding, as

the taxes represent deferred revenue.

MEETING DATE: APRIL 23, 2018 – UPDATED MAY 30, 2018

We are also proposing an update to our Policy for collection of unpaid taxes. This policy will allow us to write off negligible amounts (example $0.37). It will also make the process of managing liens more straightforward allowing us to work with taxpayers to address outstanding taxes before they balloon. With an approved policy, we will seek to implement it on an annual basis, so as to establish a consistent and predictable calendar of action each year.

It is understood that LD1629 recently came out of the Taxation Legislative Committee with a vote of “Ought to Pass with Amendment”. If passed we will update our policies to reflect the new state law effecting persons over 65 with delinquent taxes.

LD1629 has been carried over to a special session, however it is unclear if the special session will occur or if the Legislature will chose to act on this particular bill in special session.

The amended bill requires a municipality to sell by real estate broker any property foreclosed on if 1) the owner was 65 or older on the date the tax lien was filed, and 2) was declared a homestead, and 3) the owner has an income of less than $40,000 in the prior year, and 4) the value of liquid assets of the residents is less than $50,000 for an individual and $75,000 for two or more individuals in the household.

The proceeds of the sale, less taxes, fees, penalties, interest, and other charges owed to the municipality, would be turned over to the prior owner.

If the municipality cannot engage a real estate agent or the property does not sell by listing through an engaged real estate agent within six months, the municipality may treat the disposal as it would other foreclosed property.

UPDATE

Councilor Dennett requested two changes to the package presented. The first is to address the scenario where a taxpayer may own sufficient assets to meet their property tax obligation yet still qualify based on income. An asset limit has been added to the ordinance to attempt to address this (see highlighted).

The second change is related to the proposed Policy for Collection of Unpaid Property Taxes. Upon reviewing with municipal legal services, it has been noted that the withholding of a building or other administrative permit due to delinquent taxes is not advised through policy. It was noted that some communities, through ordinance, require payment of delinquent taxes prior to issuance of a permit or license. There is presently no known challenge in court to these ordinances. The proposal to withhold administrative permits has been removed from the policy.

We do intend to note with applicants when there are delinquent taxes and seek payment as best possible. I believe it beneficial to advise the Council of delinquent property taxes for property owners seeking license and permit seeking approval from the Council.

PROPOSED SOLUTION/RECOMMENDATION

Approve as presented.

KITTERY TOWN CODE TITLE 13, PROPOSED AMENDMENT –

TAX RELIEF PROGRAMS
DRAFT: April 23, 2018

1     AN ORDINANCE relating to the municipality’s authority for Town governance to give due and
2     proper attention to its many demands pursuant to the Town Charter, Federal law, and Maine
3     Revised Statutes, and more particularly where set forth in Maine Revised Statutes Title 30-A,
4     Municipalities and Counties.
5     WHEREAS, the Kittery Town Council is authorized to enact this Ordinance, as specified in
6     Sections 1.01 and 2.07(3) of the Town Charter; 30-A MRS §3001, 36 MRS §6232 and §6271,
7     pursuant to its powers that authorize the town, under certain circumstances, to provide for the
8     public health, welfare, morals, and safety, and does not intend for this Ordinance to conflict with
9     any existing state or federal laws; and
10     WHEREAS, the Kittery Town Council seeks to provide access to property tax relief programs
11     where allowed by state law for those residents who qualify; and
12     WHEREAS, the annual implementation of the programs will be conditioned upon annual funding
13     being appropriated;
14     NOW THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLES 30-A MRS §3001, 36 MRS §6232 and
15     §6271, AND TOWN CHARTER §2.14, THE TOWN OF KITTERY HEREBY ORDAINS
16     AMENDMENT TO TITLE 13 OF THE TOWN CODE, AS PRESENTED.
17     INTRODUCED and read in a public session of the Town Council on the       day of             ,
18     20   , by:                                 {NAME} Motion to approve by Councilor
19                                           {NAME}, as seconded by Councilor                                   {NAME} and
20     passed by a vote of             .
21     THIS ORDINANCE IS DULY AND PROPERLY ORDAINED by the Town Council of Kittery,
22     Maine on the           day of             , 20   , {NAME},                                   , Chairperson
23     Attest: {NAME},                                   Town Clerk

 

Town Council Agenda 5-30-2018.

 

 

MAY 30th, Council agenda.

Items of Interest.

#9 Recycle Scholarships

13.C Property Tax Relief.

 

1.        Call to Order

2.        Introductory

3.        Pledge of Allegiance

4.        Roll Call

5.        Agenda Amendment and Adoption

6.        Town Manager’s Report

7.         Acceptance of Previous Minutes – 4/23/18 Regular Meeting – 5/07/18 Special Meeting

8.         Interviews for the Board of Appeals and Planning Board

9.        All items involving the town attorney, town engineers, town employees or other town consultants or requested officials.

(050318-1) The Kittery Town Council moves to recognize the recipients of the 2018

Educational Recycling Scholarships.

10.        PUBLIC HEARINGS

a. (050318-2) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing and hereby ordains the adoption of the recodification of the Kittery Town Code.

b. (050318-3) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on the application from Bapashree of New England Inc. 169 State Road, Kittery, Maine 03904 for a Victualers License for the 7’Eleven at 169 State Road, Kittery, Maine.

c.  (050318-4) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on the application from

Thai & I Corporation 20 Hillside Avenue, Boylston, MA 01505 for a Victualers License for Thai

& I Restaurant at 340 US-1.

d. (050318-5) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on the application from Thai & I Corporation, 20 Hillside Avenue, Boylston, MA 01505 for a Malt and Vinous Liquor License for Thai and I Restaurant at 340 US-1.

e. (051318-6) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on the application from Suzanne’s Village Café + Bistro LLC, 373 Southside Road, York, Maine 03909 for a Special Activity Amusement Permit for Misto! at 436 US Rte. 1.

f (050318-7) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on the application from Maine Ocean Lobster LLC, PO Box 904, Kittery, Maine 03904 for a Special Activity Amusement Permit for The Pointe at 31 Badgers Island West.

Amusement Permit for The Pointe at 31 Badgers Island West.

g. (050318-8) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on an application from Capital Video Corporation, 44 Bedson Road, Cranston, RI 02910 for a Viewing Booth License for Amazing.Net at 92 Route 236.

11.        DISCUSSION

a. Discussion by members of the public (three minutes per person)

b. Response to public comment directed to a particular Councilor c. Chairperson’s response to public comments

12.        UNFINISHED BUSINESS

13.        NEW BUSINESS

a. Donations/gifts received for Council disposition.

b. (050318-9) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve the disbursement warrants.

c. (050318-10) The Kittery Town Council hereby ordains amendments to Title 13.04 – Taxpayer Relief Program.

d. (050318-11) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve the policy of Collection of UnpaiProperty Taxes.

e. (050318-12) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve the renewal application from Suzanne’s Village Café and Bistro LLC for a malt, spirituous and vinous Liquor License for Misto! at 436 US Route 1.

f (05031813) The Kittery Town Council move to approve the annual renewal list for Victualers Licenses.

g. (05031814) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve the annual renewal list for

Amusement Device Licenses.

h. (050318-15) The Kittery Town Council moves to authorize the Shapleigh 6th grade Odyssey of the Mind students to collect donations at the Kittery Resource Recovery Center on June 9th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to raise money to attend the World finals at the University of Iowa.

i.    (050318-16) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve a request from the Kittery Block Party

Committee to place banners at the following locations; Each building location for the Rice Public Library, Bob’s Clam Hut, York Hospital in Kittery, Kittery Trading Post, Kennebunk Savings and Lil’s Café. The banners will be hung from June 1st to June 18th, 2018 and to post directional signs at various locations around town to help direct traffic.

j.    (050318-17) The Kittery Town Council moves to appoint a representative to meet with the Chair of the KCC Board of Directors to interview Michael Downs for his reappointment to that board until 12/31/21.

k.  (05031818) The Kittery Town Council moves to schedule a public hearing and Amend

Appendix A – Sewer Service Rates on June 11, 2018.

l.    (050318-19) The Kittery Town Council moves to schedule a public hearing and hereby ordains an Amendment to Title 13 Rates and Charges on June 11, 2018

14.        COUNCILOR ISSUES OR COMMENTS

15.        COMMITTEE AND OTHER REPORTS

a.  Communications from the Chairperson b.  Committee Reports

16.        EXECUTIVE SESSION

(050318-21) The Kittery Town Council moves to go into executive session with the Town

Manager in accordance with 1 M.R.S. §405 (6) (A) to discuss a personnel matter.

17.        ADJOURNMENT

Posted: May 24, 2018

USS THRESHER Memorial Service – Saturday, 7 April at 1 p.m.

USS THRESHER Memorial Service –

Saturday, 7 April at 1 p.m.

Thresher Base Submarine Veterans annual USS THRESHER Memorial Service will be held at Traip Academy, Saturday, 7 April at 1 p.m.  This year’s keynote speaker will be Commodore, Submarine Squadron 12, CAPT Ollie Lewis.  Shipyard Commander, CAPT Dave Hunt will offer remarks.  The ceremony is open to the public and all hands are invited to attend.

Star Theatre- MODERN FIREFIGHTING AND FIREFIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

STAR THEATRE FREE LECTURE SERIES

MODERN FIREFIGHTING AND FIREFIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

Wed Apr 04 @ 7:00PM09:00PM
STAR Theatre Free Lecture: Modern Firefighting & Firefighting Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kittery Fire Chief David O’Brien will talk about how changes in building construction and lifestyles influenced firefighting techniques. The presentation includes discussion on modern firefighting processes and how improvements in technology have assisted firefighters and demonstrations of cutting edge technology.

Chief O’Brien is a certified Level III Fire Chief who instructs firefighters in building constructions, fire theory. fire attack principles and other firefighting subjects.

THIS EVENT IS FREE and OPEN to the Public. If you can, please pre-register by calling 207-439-3800 or by visiting  www.kitterycommunitycenter.org/star-theatre

 

 

 

 

 

Kittery School Budget is posted on Line. They need feedback

As I spoke about it at the Kittery Town Council meeting on 03/26/2018. The Kittery School budget is posted online. They are looking for feedback.

Currently their budget it is at a 4.3 percentage increase and this translate into an increase of you’re property taxes.

As a Councilor, I always look for feedback as we begin this journey into the budget process. As a grand parent, I want what is best for our children. However, there has to be a limit and fairness. Citizens should be cognizant of both the Municipal and the School budgets. The breakdown of where the percentage of your money goes is located on your tax bill.

We all must watch the bottom line, needless spending, prioritizing projects and providing required necessities most importantly and be especially mindful to the way we treat teachers.

 

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

Read the budget and give them your feedback, come to the work shops and attend the School Committee and Council meetings, watch the meetings on Channel 22, Email or Call the School Committee members or Town Councilors because they need to hear from you too, after all we all represent you, the taxpayer.

Visit www.kitteryschools.com.

See the Feedback links below.

CLICK the here for the FY19 BUDGET

CLICK this link or Picture for the FY-19 Budget

 

 

LEAVE FEEDBACK Click Here

 

Let them know your feelings.

 

Portsmouth Herald Article

http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20180115/kittery-residents-can-comment-on-school-budget

http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20180206/kittery-attempts-to-soften-school-budget-increase

Huffington Post Article

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/teach-plus/hey-dad-heres-why-we-shou_b_3184945.html

FY19 Budget Schedule Kittery School District

March 20 School Committee Votes on Budget (regular School Committee Meeting)

March 31 School Budget Due to the Town Manager

April 3 School Committee Votes on budget ordinances (regular School Committee Meeting)

April 9 School Budget Presented to Town Council (takes preliminary vote)

May 7 Town Council Votes to adopt school budget as it will appear on the 6/12 ballot.

June 12 Town of Kittery School Budget Referendum Vote ~Supt. of Schools will also visit PTA meeting in January to glean budget input. ~Adult & Community Education

 

 

Amazing Intimate Essential (Adult Bookstore) to appear before Kittery council

http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20180116/amazing-intimate-essential-to-appear-before-kittery-council

KITTERY, Maine — The Town Council could decide to levy a fine, suspend or revoke Amazing Intimate Essential’s viewing booth license in a disciplinary hearing Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Town Hall.

Police Chief James Soucy on Nov. 9 was completing a viewing booth compliance check for the second time in as many days and discovered two men “engaging in indecent conduct together” in the same booth. They were issued citations for indecent conduct. Soucy said there was also a man zipping up his pants and running out of a separate booth when police visited the store Nov. 9.

To read the rest of the story, click the link above to visit the Portsmouth Herald.

Here is the last years article.

http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20171208/kittery-town-council-to-host-meeting-on-amazing-intimate-essentials

Kittery Police Department Log 12/06/2017 to 12/12/2017

Kittery Police Department Log 12/06/2017 to 12/12/2017

For Date: 12/06/2017 – Wednesday

Call Number Time Call Reason Action

17-38014 0220 Phone – ALARM RESIDENTIAL False Alarm UNFOU,ACCIDE

Location/Address: FOLCUTT RD

17-38045 0529 Phone – MVA/FIRE DEPT REQ’D Services Rendered

Location/Address: STATE RD

17-38048 0658 Phone – SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Logged Information See L

Vicinity of: ADAMS RD

17-38052 0916 Phone – Animal Complaints All Services Rendered

Location/Address: LANGTON ST

17-38057 1057 Phone – ANIMAL NEGLECT Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol BRIAN L CUMMER

Location/Address: MANSON AVE EXT

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-928-OF

17-38058 1203 Walk-In – SCAM INFO Services Rendered

Location/Address: COTTLE LN

17-38064 1400 Phone – JUVENILE OFFENSES Services Rendered

Location/Address: COLE ST

17-38070 1434 Phone – LOST MONEY Logged Information See L

Location: MALL AREA

17-38075 1809 Initiated – Community Policing Services Rendered

Location/Address: ROGERS RD

17-38078 1937 Phone – ALARM NON RESIDENCE TYPES False Alarm UNFOU,ACCIDE

Location/Address: STATE RD

17-38081 2023 Initiated – Community Policing Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol William WALSH

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

For Date: 12/07/2017 – Thursday

17-38142 1221 Phone – Animal Complaints All Logged Information See L

Location/Address: MARTIN RD

17-38145 1234 Phone – THEFT Services Rendered

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

17-38148 1435 Initiated – Community Policing Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol BRIAN L CUMMER

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

17-38160 1759 Phone – SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Logged Information See L

Location/Address: ROUTE 236

For Date: 12/08/2017 – Friday

17-38234 0610 Walk-In – Animal Complaints All Taken to Creature Comfor

Location/Address: DENNETT RD

17-38238 0742 Phone – Animal Complaints All Arrest Made (ON VIEW)

Primary Id: Animal Control Officer William HACKETT

Location/Address: STATE RD

Refer To Summons: 17KIT-377-AR

Summons: SEARS, JESSE K

Address: 19 MARTIN RD KITTERY, ME

Age: 38

Charges: Dog running at large prohibited

17-38241 0822 911 – DISTURBANCE/DISORDERLY Services Rendered

Location/Address: DUNLEA AVE

17-38244 0915 Phone – Animal Complaints All Gone on Arrival

Vicinity of: WHIPPLE RD

17-38254 1256 Phone – THEFT Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol ZACHARY B HARMON

Location/Address: ROGERS RD EXT

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-932-OF

17-38272 1852 Phone – Lost LICENSE Logged Information See L

Location/Address: ROGERS RD EXT

For Date: 12/09/2017 – Saturday

17-38354 0924 911 – THEFT Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol ROBERT H BYRNES

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-933-OF

17-38373 1237 911 – Motor Vehicle Accident Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol Christopher KONDOS

Location/Address: STATE RD + STERLING RD

Vehicle: BLK 2014 TOYT TUNDRA Reg: PC ME 5864UC VIN: 5TFUM5F19EX056391

Towed: For: Accident By: Jacks Towing To: Jacks Towing from York Maine

Operator: ROY, BRANDON M @ 430 SAM ALLEN RD – SANFORD, ME 04073

Owner: ROY, BRANDON M @ 430 SAM ALLEN RD – SANFORD, ME 04073

Vehicle: RED 2004 FORD F250 Reg: CO ME TENT11 VIN: 1FTNX21L84EB15508

Operator: MARSHALL, RICHARD C @ 27 WATER ST – KITTERY, ME 03904

Owner: MARSHALL RENTAL CENTER INC @ 56 STATE RD – KITTERY, ME 03904

Refer To Accident: 17KIT-300-AC

17-38374 1239 Phone – FENDER BENDER Logged Information See L

Primary Id: Patrol ROBERT H BYRNES

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

Vehicle: BLU 2012 MNNI 2D COOPER Reg: PC ME 6571US VIN: WMWSU3C50CT369396

Operator: MCGURTY, CAITLIN M @ 8 PETTIGREW RD Apt. #A – KITTERY, ME 03904

Owner: MCGURTY, CAITLIN M @ 8 PETTIGREW RD Apt. #A – KITTERY, ME 03904

Vehicle: BLK 2011 JEEP UT PATRIO Reg: PC ME 857MA VIN: 1J4NF1GB6BD100532

Operator: MEYERS, MARGARET E @ 1 MELANIES CT – KITTERY, ME 03904

Owner: MEYERS, JAY C @ 1 MELANIES CT – KITTERY, ME 03904

Refer To Accident: 17KIT-301-AC

17-38382 1540 Phone – THEFT Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol GREGORY J CALDWELL

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-934-OF

17-38386 1736 Initiated – Vehicle off Road Services Rendered

Location/Address: ROGERS RD

17-38388 1813 Phone – FIRE, ALL OTHER TYPES OF C Services Rendered

Primary Id: Sergeant JOHN J BROSNIHAN

Location/Address: KEEN AVE

17-38389 1822 Initiated – Vehicle off Road Logged Information See L

Primary Id: Patrol GREGORY J CALDWELL

Location/Address: HALEY RD

17-38390 1829 Initiated – Vehicle off Road Services Rendered

Location/Address: HALEY RD

17-38392 1855 911 – Motor Vehicle Accident Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Sergeant Christopher D DAGGETT

Vicinity of: GOVERNMENT ST + WALKER ST

Refer To Accident: 17KIT-302-AC

17-38393 1858 911 – DISTURBANCE/DISORDERLY Peace Restored

Location/Address: US ROUTE 1 BYPASS BYP

17-38395 1953 Initiated – Vehicle off Road Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol GREGORY J CALDWELL

Location/Address: ROUTE 236

Vehicle: BLU 2002 VOLK 4D JETTA Reg: PC ME 9522VA VIN: 3VWSK69M42M182858

Operator: HOLT, SKYE A @ 21 NORTON RD – KITTERY, ME 03904

Owner: HOLT, SKYE A @ 21 NORTON RD – KITTERY, ME 03904

Refer To Accident: 17KIT-303-AC

17-38398 2035 911 – DISTURBANCE/DISORDERLY Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol Christopher KONDOS

Location/Address: PHELPS ST

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-935-OF

17-38401 2159 Phone – Vehicle off Road Services Rendered

Location/Address: WILSON RD

17-38406 2322 Initiated – Vehicle off Road Logged Information See L

Primary Id: Patrol TRISTAN G VALENTI

Location/Address: WILSON RD

For Date: 12/10/2017 – Sunday

17-38449 0648 Phone – Vehicle off Road Logged Information See L

Vicinity of: HALEY RD

17-38452 0915 Initiated – Community Policing Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol RYAN M SANFORD

Location/Address: WALLINGFORD SQ

17-38465 1208 911 – Motor Vehicle Accident Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol RYAN M SANFORD

Location/Address: WENTWORTH ST

Vehicle: BRO 2017 NISS 4D ALTIMA Reg: PC NH 4256455 VIN: 1N4AL3APXHC142364

Operator: DAVINI, GREGORY S @ 1142 ROUTE Apt. #12A – PLAINFIELD, NH 03781

Owner: DAVINI, GREGORY S @ 1142 ROUTE Apt. #12A – PLAINFIELD, NH 03781

Refer To Accident: 17KIT-304-AC

17-38466 1210 Walk-In – Lost and Found Articles/ Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol ROBERT H BYRNES

Location/Address: STATE RD + ROGERS RD EXT

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-936-OF

17-38475 1448 Initiated – Community Policing Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol RYAN M SANFORD

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

17-38479 1609 Phone – SHOPLIFTING Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol GREGORY J CALDWELL

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-937-OF

17-38488 1759 Phone – LOST DOG/FOUND BY OWNER Logged Information See L

Location/Address: POCAHONTAS RD

17-38493 1952 Initiated – MOTOR VEHICLE STOP Arrest Made (ON VIEW)

Primary Id: Patrol RYAN M SANFORD

Location/Address: OLD POST RD + STATE RD

Refer To Summons: 17KIT-379-AR

Summons: FLANAGAN, WILLIAM

Address: 276 PLEASANT ST Apt. #B ELIOT, ME

Age: 25

Charges: OPERATE VEHICLE WITHOUT LICENSE

For Date: 12/11/2017 – Monday

17-38563 0940 Initiated – Community Policing Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol BRIAN L CUMMER

Location/Address: SHAPLEIGH RD

17-38564 1028 Walk-In – LOOSE DOGS Logged Information See L

Location/Address: HARTLEY FARM LN

17-38567 1213 Phone – ODOR INVESTIGATION Services Rendered

Location/Address: SHEPARDS COVE RD

17-38568 1323 Walk-In – FOUND CELLPHONE Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol BRIAN L CUMMER

Location/Address: POCAHONTAS RD

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-939-OF

17-38573 1424 Initiated – Criminal Mischief Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: K9 OFFICER JAY D DURGIN

Location/Address: WILLIAMS AVE

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-940-OF

17-38574 1427 Phone – Assist Other Agency Services Rendered

Location/Address: GRAY LODGE RD

17-38577 1430 Walk-In – FOUND WALLETS Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol ROBERT H BYRNES

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-941-OF

17-38576 1442 Walk-In – ID FRAUD Logged Information See L

Location/Address: PINKHAMS LN

17-38582 1614 Phone – THREATNING CALL Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol RYAN M SANFORD

Location/Address: US ROUTE ONE

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-942-OF

17-38596 1954 Phone – ASSIST W/PEDESTRIAN CHECK Gone on Arrival

Location/Address: I-95 FRWY

17-38604 2200 911 – Motor Vehicle Accident Investigated Report Made

Primary Id: Patrol GREGORY J CALDWELL

Location/Address: HARTLEY FARM LN

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-943-OF

17-38609 2250 Phone – ATL / BOLO Type Info Logged Information See L

Location/Address: ROGERS RD EXT

For Date: 12/12/2017 – Tuesday

17-38649 0302 911 – SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Services Rendered

Location/Address: HARTLEY FARM LN

Refer To Incident: 17KIT-943-OF

17-38671 0915 Phone – Assist Other Agency Logged Information See L

Location/Address: PHILBRICK AVE

17-38674 1107 Phone – Vehicle off Road Services Rendered

Location/Address: PICOTT RD

17-38675 1121 911 – Motor Vehicle Accident Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol MARTIN HARMON

17-38678 1450 Phone – SUSPICIOUS EMAIL Logged Information See L

Location/Address: ROUTE 236

17-38682 1608 Phone – SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Services Rendered

Location/Address: I-95 FRWY

17-38683 1610 Phone – Vehicle off Road Logged Information See L

Vicinity of: DENNETT RD

17-38696 1741 Phone – SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Services Rendered

Location/Address: PEPPERRELL RD

17-38703 1936 Phone – ALARM NON RESIDENCE TYPES False Alarm UNFOU,ACCIDE

Location/Address: ROUTE 236

17-38705 2054 Phone – SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Services Rendered

Location/Address: LEWIS RD

17-38717 2210 Phone – ATL / BOLO Type Info Gone on Arrival

Location/Address: WALLINGFORD SQ

17-38733 2329 Initiated – MOTOR VEHICLE STOP Services Rendered

Primary Id: Patrol GREGORY J CALDWELL

Location/Address: STATE RD