Westbrook police notes, Nov. 21-27

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Death ruled not suspicious
After further investigation from state police, the death Sunday of Westbrook resident Michelle Minor is no longer being considered suspicious.

Maine State Police spokesman Steve McCausland confirmed Wednesday that police aren’t considering the death suspicious, after the investigation was initially handed over to state police Nov. 27.

Minor, 42, was found in her apartment at 23 Brown St. in Westbrook early Sunday morning. Westbrook police initially deemed her death to be suspicious. 

According to Westbrook Police Capt. Sean Lally, Westbrook police officers responded to the Brown Street apartment at 8:20 a.m. Sunday following a report of a deceased person.

“During the initial investigation some facts and circumstances arose that prompted a request for assistance to the Maine State Police,” an earlier press release stated. “MSP Detectives responded to the scene and have taken the lead in the death investigation with Westbrook PD providing assistance to them.”

A call to the Chief Medical Examiner’s office in Augusta was not returned by the American Journal’s deadline Wednesday.

Arrests

Nov. 21

Keyto Rasann Lee, 20, of 2376 North West 104th St., Miami, Florida, charged with operating vehicle without license, on Main and Forest streets.

Nov. 22

Elizabeth J. Trefethen, 25, of 79 Watkins Shores Road, Casco, charged with two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drug, at Shaw’s Supermarket on Main Street. 

Nov. 23

Taylor E. Graffam, 23, of 6 Lincoln St., Apt. 108, Westbrook, charged with operating while license suspended or revoked, at Armory Apartments on Main Street. 

Lena M. Cardona, 28, of 102 Wellesley Estates, Portland, charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, and the sale and use of drug paraphernalia, at Kohl’s on Main Street. 

Steven A. Smith, 49, of 70 Forest Ave., Apt. 402, Portland, charged with a probation violation, at Portland Pie Company on Main Street. 

Nov. 25

Devon M. MacVane, 26, of 8R Garfield St., Saco, charged with violating condition of release, and violation of protective order, on Main Street. 

Nov. 27

Donnavan G. Dixon, 47, of 142 Forest St., Westbrook, charged with refusing to submit to arrest or detention, on Forest Street. 

Summonses

Oct. 31

A 16-year-old juvenile was charged with possession of marijuana, at the Westbrook Regional Vocational Center on Stroudwater Street.

William J. Bridges, 61, of P.O. Box 266, Raymond, charged with resident operating unregistered vehicle for more than 150 days, on Cumberland Street and Park Road.

Nov. 1

A 16-year-old juvenile was charged with minor possessing liquor, at Westbrook High School on Stroudwater Street.

Richard H. Nason, 64, of 231 New Gorham Road, Apt. 9, Westbrook, charged with criminal threating with a dangerous weapon, at Appleton Gardens on New Gorham Road.

Nov. 2

Theresa Graham, 49, of 7 Hickory Lane, Gorham, charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Hannaford on Hannaford Drive.

Christina Sinnett, 45, of 5 Highland Cliff Road, Windham, charged with attaching false plates, at Kozeta’s Restaurant on Bridgton Road.

Nov. 8

Allison Marie McEachern, 21, of 9 Hunt St., Apt. 1, Portland, charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Kohl’s on Main Street.

Nov. 10

Alex Stacy Witherell, 26, of 130 Ocean House Road, Cape Elizabeth, charged with possession of marijuana, and the sale and use of drug paraphernalia, on Main and York streets.

Michael A. Blodgett, 38, of 64 King St., Westbrook, charged with operating with suspended registration, at Bank of America on Main Street.

Nov. 11

A 14-year-old juvenile was charged with a probation violation, on Brown Street.

Aulton Fiegel, 28, of 54 New Gorham Road, Westbrook, charged with operating with suspended registration, on Main and Foster streets.

Nov. 12

Aaron Jerome Chidester, 39, of 9 Commercial St., Kittery, charged with operating with suspended registration, on William Clarke and Hannaford drives.

Nov. 13

Micah Small, 19, of 145 Doles Ridge Road, Limington, charged with operating while license suspended or revoked, on North and Bridge streets.

Nov. 14

A 13-year-old juvenile was charged with assault, at Spring Harbor Hospital on Andover Road.

Latoya A. Williams, 28, of 975 River Road, Apt. K, Windham, charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Hannaford on Hannaford Drive.

Nov. 18

Stevie Buck, 18, of 309 New Portland Road, Gorham, charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Kohl’s on Main Street.

Caitlyn Anna Marie Hubner, 18, of 572 River Road, Standish, charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Kohl’s on Main Street.

Nov. 19

Matthew R. Foster, 21, of 20 Cedarhurst Lane, Apt. 21, Portland, charged with operating while license suspended or revoked, on Brackett and Grant streets.

William Parlen, 52, of Westbrook, charged with endangering the welfare of a child and domestic violence – assault.

A 17-year-old juvenile was charged with a probation violation, on North and Cole streets.

Nov. 23

Amanda J. Martin, 33, of 56 Ocean Ave., Apt. 1, Portland, charged with attaching false plates, at Kohl’s on Main Street. 

Nov. 24

Christopher Alan, 46, of 87 Massachusetts Ave., South Portland, charged with violating condition of release, on Main Street and Webster Avenue.

Wendy V. Zarate, 25, of 45 Dale Ave., Westbrook, charged with operating while license suspended or revoked, at Westbrook High School, on Stroudwater Street.  

Krystal M. Boissonneau, 27, of 148 Highland Cliff Road, Windham, charged with operating with suspended registration, on Stroudwater and Main streets. 

Nov. 25

Two 15-year-old juveniles were charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Kohl’s on Main Street.