Waldoboro police blotter

Nov 20, 2012

Waldoboro — Waldoboro police officers responded to 205 calls for service from Nov. 5 to Nov. 14. Below are a few of the highlights:

Nov. 5

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.

Nov. 6

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.

Nov. 7

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.

Nov. 8

Kozer is investigating a report of a break-in. Damage was done to the door, but nothing appears to be missing at this time.

Nov. 9

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.

Nov. 10

Fuller arrested Robert Lipinsky, 58, of Waldoboro for criminal trespass and criminal threatening.

Fuller is investigating a report of an anonymous threatening phone call.

Nov. 11

Officer Jeremy Joslyn arrested Joseph Labelle, 44, of Whitefield for operating under the influence and refusing to sign summons.

Nov. 12

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.

Nov. 13

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.

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