Cape Elizabeth Police Beat: Nov. 9

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There were no arrests or summonses reported from Nov. 1-6.

Trick, not treat

11/1 A resident of Mitchell Road contacted police to report the house had been egged during the night.

Poor game plan

11/4 at 11:00 p.m. Police were notified of a possible illegal hunting violation in the Bowery Beach Road area. The people in question were located and detained until the game wardens arrived. After a brief investigation wardens concluded there had been no illegal hunting. Police report the deer was shot legally but was not found for about five hours. While police did not issue any local citations, police report one person was cited for not tagging the deer immediately.

Cop out

11/4 Police met with a resident of Shore Road who reported copper pipes were allegedly stolen from the basement of a vacant rental property. Police report the pipes are valued at $3,000.

Rocky road

11/5 Police were notified when a rock was allegedly thrown through a window of the rear of a home on Mitchell Road.

Fire calls

11/1 at 2:48 p.m. Mutual aid to Portland.


Cape Elizabeth emergency medical services responded to five calls from Nov. 1-6.