Boothbay Harbor Police Department

  • Agency: Boothbay Harbor Police Department
  • Address: 11 Howard Street, Boothbay Harbor, 04538 ME
  • Chief: Robert Hasch (Chief of Police)
Phone: 207-633-2451
Fax: (207)633-7715
Email:

Boothbay Harbor Police Department is located at 11 Howard Street, Boothbay Harbor, 04538 ME. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Hasch. The Boothbay Harbor Police Department phone number is 207-633-2451.

Boothbay Harbor Police Department News

The YMCA will be doing Trunk or Treat from 5:30 -7:30 TONIGHT in the field house. Bring all your little ghouls and goblins. Tomorrow night looks like we might have showers

If anybody is missing a bike contact the Boothbay Harbor Police Dept. as one has been recovered 633-5616

Meet Ana Herreros, visiting BHPD from Paris France. You may be familiar with her parents (Director and Producer Charlotte and Christophe Herroros) as they filmed a remake of an episode of "Murder she Wrote" two years ago here in Boothbay Harbor. Ana has decided she likes the area so much she took her first steps on Southport two days ago!

A Specialized tool has been located and turned into the Police Dept. If you are missing one please call 633-5616 or stop by police dept and identify it.

This ad was posted in this weeks Boothbay Register. We are unable to locate a phone number for Pamela White. A local resident found the diamond pendant, saw the ad and brought it to the police department..... (he wishes to remain anonymous, though we want to thank him, he's a pretty good egg)..... Please call the police department at 633-5616 to retrieve it. Once again ... what a nice town we live in, thank you

September 24 9pm-5am

Found this afternoon near Robinson's in South Port. He was brought to BBHPD and appears in good heath. Dog will be handed over to ACO David Pratt. Anyone with information about the dog please call 207-882-7332.

From lcso

We get many questions about scams received via email and / or telephone. The following is a link to the Attorney Generals' website with information about many common scams. https://www.maine.gov/ag/consumer/scams.shtml

Sunday August 5th the inaugural ‘Stoney’s Lobster Run’ will be coming to town. Thousands of motorcyclists arrive to enjoy the waterfront and some lobster. Motorists should expect traffic delays in Boothbay Harbor between 11:30-12:00 AM. In addition there may be periodic traffic delays from 12:00-3:00 PM.

What would you do if you dropped your phone in the ‘wicked’ cold water off the footbridge?? Well our very own Lorri-Davis Higgins showed Chief Hasch and passers-by what she does!! Thanks for being everything that makes this place great Lorri!

Lose your Volvo key fob yesterday? We may have it.

http://www.boothbayregister.com/article/memorial-day-parades-and-observances/102168?source=fs&slide=1

From our Brothers and Sisters of the Franklin County Sheriffs Office. Rest In Peace, Corporal Cole. We have the Watch from Here.

Rest in Peace Cpl. Cole.

A wonderful chocolate and white dog was found wondering in the road near the intersection of Eastern Ave and Townsend Ave around 2:00 am, Saturday, April 14th. The dog has a collar with a vaccine tag with 207-439-4158 on it. The dog was taken to BBHPD then was given to Animal Control Officer Dave Pratt who can be reached at 207-380-6247. The dog was uninjured, extremely playful and happy. Please contact ACO Pratt or BBHPD if you have information as to whom the dog belongs to. Thank you.

Persons can also leave anonymous information using the LTip app at https://www.tipsubmit.com/webtips.aspx?AgencyID=1238 or by texting "LTip" to 274637.

Congratulations to Police Department Administrative Assistant Maureen Smith for receiving the prestigious Bob Bell award for her outstanding dedication to the Special Olympics for the past 29 years! Maureen donates a tremendous amount of her personal time to this cause, it truly is her passion. We are very proud of you 'Mo'!

Per the Boothbay Harbor Public Works Department, a parking ban is in effect on public roads for snow removal. Please move your vehicles if they are on public ways to help facilitate their efforts. Thank you!