Waldoboro police blotter
Waldoboro — Waldoboro police officers responded to 205 calls for service from Nov. 5 to Nov. 14. Below are a few of the highlights:
Officer Richard Alexander is investigating a report of a stolen hunting knife.
Alexander is investigating a report of the theft of 125-gallon propane tank.
Officer Sean Kozer arrested Zachary Blackler, 20, of Waldoboro on a warrant.
Kozer investigated an accident on the Bremen Road at 7:58 a.m. Robert Christ, 51, of Waldoboro, was driving a 1989 Ford F250 southbound on the Bremen Road when it went off the road to the right and struck a utility pole. No injuries were reported.
Kozer is investigating a report of a phone scam.
Chief William Labombarde is investigating a report of the theft of a firearm.
Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated an accident on the Atlantic Highway at 5:27 p.m. Dana Dyer, 45, of Waldoboro, was driving a 1997 Ford sedan north on the Atlantic Highway and struck a deer that ran across the road. No injuries were reported.
Kozer is investigating a report of a break-in. Damage was done to the door, but nothing appears to be missing at this time.
Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident on the Winslow Mills Road at 10:57 a.m. Victoria Austin, 36, of Waldoboro, was driving a 2007 Pontiac sedan and attempted to pass Roger Brazier, 69, of Waldoboro, while Brazier was making a left turn into a driveway. Austin struck the rear passenger side of Brazier's vehicle. No injuries were reported.
Kozer is investigating a report of approximately $50 worth of criminal mischief done to a garage door.
Fuller arrested Robert Lipinsky, 58, of Waldoboro for criminal trespass and criminal threatening.
Fuller is investigating a report of an anonymous threatening phone call.
Officer Jeremy Joslyn arrested Joseph Labelle, 44, of Whitefield for operating under the influence and refusing to sign summons.
Fuller is investigating a report of the theft of a 12-foot aluminum boat and a sign.
Officer Thomas Hoepner summoned a 12-year-old male for aggravated furnishing of scheduled drugs.
Officer Hoepner summoned a 15-year-old female for possession of tobacco.
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.