Waldoboro police blotter

Sep 06, 2012

Waldoboro officers responded to 316 calls for service from Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Below are a few of the highlights.

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.

Aug. 20

Officer Thomas Bartunek is investigating a report of the theft of an iPod, $200 approximate value.

Officer Bartunek arrested a 17-year-old male on a warrant.

Aug. 21

Officer Bartunek arrested Percy Nickles, 29, of Washington on a violation of conditional release.

Officer Bartunek arrested Nicole Leigh, 21, of Washington on a violation of conditional release.

Aug. 22

Officer Sean Kozer is investigating a report of the theft of a radar detector from a parked motor vehicle.

Officer Thomas Hoepner is investigating a report from the Mom and Squawk Shop of criminal mischief done to a double pane window, approximately $300 worth of damage.

Aug. 23

Officer Jeremy Joslyn arrested Joseph Davis, 43, of Waldoboro for a violation of conditional release and endangering the welfare of a child.

Officer Bartunek arrested Nathanael Bagley, 33, of Waldoboro for a probation violation.

Aug. 24

Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a report from a resident that he is being harassed.

Officer Fuller is investigating a report from a resident that he is being harassed by text.

Officer Kozer investigated an accident on Main Street at 9:56 p.m. James Oldroyd, 17, of Warren was driving a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle. Oldroyd was northbound on Main Street. He said headlights of an oncoming vehicle blinded him, and when he could see, he was into the sharp curve. He laid the motorcycle down and went off the roadway coming to rest on the right. The operator sustained bruises and abrasions to the arm area.

Aug. 25

Officer Fuller investigated a report from the Big Apple of a $62.41 gas drive-off. The subject was located and returned to pay for the gas.

Sgt. Jamie Wilson is investigating an identity theft.

Sgt. Wilson arrested Eric Benner, 22, of Waldoboro on a warrant.

Aug. 26

Officer Fuller arrested Mark Noyes, 60, of Montville for a violation of conditional release and failure to register or update, two-plus priors.

Officer Jeremy Joslyn investigated an accident on Atlantic Highway at 8:09 p.m. Vicki Kilborn, 56, was driving a 2005 Hyundai sedan. Kilborn was driving south on Atlantic Highway. Kilborn hit a deer on the passenger side of the vehicle. There were no injuries.

Aug. 28

Officer Kozer is investigating a report of the theft of medication from a resident.

Officer Kozer is investigating a report from a resident of the theft of a winch activator from his cable skidder, $3,186.50 value.

Officer Kozer is investigating a report from a resident of the theft of a monitor heater, $1,000 value.

Aug. 31

Officer Fuller is investigating a littering complaint.

Officer Bartunek summoned Chad Bolster, 19, of Bristol for driving to endanger.

Sept. 1

Sgt. Wilson is investigating a report from a resident that she witnessed littering from a motor vehicle.

Officer Joslyn is investigating a report from a resident that she was threatened.

Sept. 2

Officer Fuller is investigating a report from a resident of damage done to her property.

Officer Fuller is investigating a report from a resident that he had a dryer stolen from his yard, approximate value of $30.

Officer Fuller arrested Randy Green, 50, of Waldoboro on a warrant.

Sept. 3

Officer Joslyn summoned Richard Bissett, 18, of Waldoboro for a minor consuming liquor and criminal mischief.

Officer Joslyn summoned Ryan Quintal, 18, of Waldoboro for allowing a minor to consume liquor.

Officer Joslyn summoned a 16-year-old of Waldoboro for carrying a passenger with an interim license.

Sept. 4

Officer Kozer investigated an accident on Atlantic Highway at 1:15 p.m. Larry Olson, 22, of Nobleboro was driving a 1999 International Harvest/Navistar. Olson was traveling in the Camden National Bank parking lot. The truck struck the corner of the canopy that is above the drive-through. There were no injuries.

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