Waldoboro police blotter
Waldoboro — Waldoboro officers responded to 260 calls for service April 1 to 9. Below are a few of the highlights:
Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident at the Kaler’s Corner/Main Street intersection at 2:29 p.m. Carrie Emerson, 34, of Friendship, was driving a 1998 Dodge sedan when she was struck by a 2007 Ford sedan driven by Troy Cossar, 40, of Thomaston. Cossar had failed to yield the right of way when he attempted to cross Main Street. Injuries were sustained by Emerson and a passenger Barry Reed.
Officer John Lash investigated an accident on Main Street at 12:50 p.m. Amanda Hendrickson, 26, of Waldoboro, was driving south in a 2005 Chrysler sedan when she struck a 2005 Dodge pickup driven by Bonita Mckay, 32, of Waldoboro. McKay had slowed to turn left into the post office. Hendrickson reported that a bottle had rolled under the brake pedal and hindered brake operation. Mckay and a passenger, Jennifer Mckay sustained injuries.
Officer Jeremy Joslyn summoned Shann Sykes, 38, of New Harbor, for operating an uninspected motor vehicle.
Lash arrested Thomas Powell, 21, of Friendship, for a violation of conditional release.
Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated an accident on Friendship Street at 4:22 p.m. Joseph Benedix, 23, of Union, was backing out of the Flippers Market parking lot in a 2000 Dodge pickup and failed to see Danika Simmons, 18, of Warren, entering the lot in a 2003 Ford sedan. No injuries were reported.
Bartunek arrested Benjamin Gallagher, 28, of Waldoboro on a warrant.
Joslyn summoned Carrie Paradise, 37, of Waldoboro, for operating an uninspected motor vehicle.
Lash summoned Lisa Sharp, 39, of Washington, for speeding.
Lash arrested Shawn Day, 19, of Waldoboro, on a warrant.
Fuller investigated a complaint of harassment.
Joslyn arrested Timothy Dodge, 36, of Union, on a warrant.
Bartunek summoned Christopher Court, 28, of Nobleboro, for failure to show proof of insurance.
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.