Waldoboro Police blotter
Waldoboro — Waldoboro Police officers responded to 127 calls for service between Aug. 4 and 10. Below are a few of the highlights:
Officer Thomas Baritone investigated a harassment complaint. The subject was found and warned on harassment.
Baritone investigated a crash on Atlantic Highway at 5:44 p.m. John Dawson, 73, of Bristol, was attempting to turn left out of the parking lot at Bullwinkles in a 2010 Jeep utility vehicle when he failed to see Randy Edgecomb, 28, of Washington, traveling north in a 2005 Mack truck. Dawson pulled out in front of Edgecomb causing the Mack truck to strike his front driver side fender. Dawson was injured.
Officer Christopher Spear summoned Rachel Norwood, 30, of Damariscotta for failure to show proof of insurance.
Spear investigated a crash on Friendship Road at 10:47 p.m. Ashley Bailey, 24, of Wiscasset, was traveling south in a 2014 Chevrolet utility vehicle and crossed the northbound lane. Bailey left the road, overturned onto the passenger side, coming to rest against a utility pole.Injuries were reported.
Spear charged Ashley Bailey, 24, of Wiscasset for operating under the influence.
Officer Larry Hesseltine investigated a report of theft of a bicycle valued at $1,000.
Hesseltine summoned Ronald Miller, 29, of Waldoboro, for speed.
Hesseltine summoned Keagen McWilliams, 19, of Thomaston, for operating with inadequate headlights.
Hesseltine summoned Faith Whitsit, 25, of Waldoboro, for operating after suspension and speed.
Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a report of theft of $170.
Fuller investigatied a report of criminal mischief.
Spear investigated a crash on Friendship Road at 10:54 p.m. Regis Prevot, 51, of Rockland, was traveling south in a 2001 Ford pickup when he crossed the northbound lane, left the road and impacted the shoulder. Injuries were reported.
Spear charged Regis Prevot, 51, of Rockland, for operating under the influence.
Spear summoned John Lorence, 84, of Edgecomb, for failure to yield.
Baritone summoned Mackenzie Tucker, 20, of South Thomaston, for criminal mischief and operating under the influence.
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.