Waldoboro police blotter
Waldoboro — Waldoboro officers responded to 178 calls for service from Oct. 15 to Oct. 22. Below are a few of the highlights:
Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident at the intersection on Main and Friendship streets at 9:48 a.m. William Zwick, 86, of Warren, was driving a 2003 Toyota pick-up truck traveling west on Main Street and crossed the east travel lane. Zwick struck Claire Bowley, 72, of Waldoboro, who was driving a 2000 Toyota sedan, causing Bowley's vehicle to leave Main Street and enter Friendship Street. After striking Bowley, Zwick continued onto Friendship Street, striking Emma Lichtman, 21, of Friendship, whose 1997 Acura sedan was parked on Friendship Street. This caused Lichtman to strike a telephone pole and to slam into a 2006 Chevrolet, owned by Jennifer Bowen, 38, of Warren, who was also parked on Friendship Street. Bowen and Lichtman's vehicles were damaged, but no injuries were reported.
Officer Sean Kozer is investigating a report from the Big Apple of a $72.40 gas drive-off.
Kozer is investigating a report of a burglary with approximately $740 worth of items and money taken.
Kozer is investigating a report of a medication theft.
Officer Jeremy Joslyn arrested Christopher McNally, 32, of Thomaston, for operating under the influence and operating after suspension.
Officers William Shuman and William Bragg summoned Beau McCormick, 31, of Waldoboro for harvesting clams without a town license.
Bragg and Shuman summoned Christopher Bennett, 39, of Waldoboro for harvesting clams without a town license.
Sgt. Jamie Wilson is investigating a report from Maritime Farms of a $14.75 gas drive-off.
Fuller is investigating a report of harassing text messages.
Fuller is investigating a report of the theft of some money.
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.