Waldoboro Police blotter
Waldoboro — Waldoboro police officers responded to 156 calls for service March 10-18. Below are a few of the highlights:
Officer Thomas Hoepner arrested Ashley Chaisty, 18, of Waldoboro, for domestic violence assault.
Chief William Labombarde investigated a report of threatening phone calls.
Officer Larry Hesseltine summoned a 15-year-old male juvenile, from Warren, for possession of marijuana
Labombarde summoned a 15-year-old male juvenile also from Warren for possession of marijuana.
Officer John Lash investigated a crash on Washington Road at 10:06 p.m. Joel St. Clair, 35, of Waldoboro, was traveling south in a 2002 GMC pickup truck when he drifted onto the soft shoulder. His vehicle went off the road to the right and struck several trees before coming to a stop. No injuries were reported.
Hesseltine arrested Daniel Benner, 32, of Pemaquid, for domestic violence assault.
Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated a crash on Finntown Road at 2:11 a.m. Daniel Campbell, 27, of Friendship, was traveling south in a 2002 Lincoln sedan when he lost control on the snow-covered road. His vehicle went off the road and struck a pole. No injuries were reported. Campbell was charged with failing to notify of a motor vehicle accident.
Hoepner investigated a crash on Atlantic Highway at 9:55 a.m. Tracy Dodd, 46, of Rockland, was traveling south in a 2005 Ford sedan when she pulled into the passing lane behind Wayne Penley, 57, of Auburn, who was driving a 2007 Jeep utility vehicle, with trailer attached. Penley signaled and attempted to merge left when the passing lane ended at top of hill. Dodd, who was too close and could not stop, rear-ended Penley's trailer. No injuries were reported.
Hesseltine investigated a report that someone had cut a lock on a garage and some items may be missing.
Hesseltine arrested Norman Palmer, 26, of Damariscotta, for operating under the influence, aggravated driving to endanger and domestic violence assault.
Lash investigated a report of criminal mischief at the Subway.
Labombarde investigated a report of the theft of some items from a residence.
An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.