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The Waldoboro Police Department reported the following activity from March 22 to March 28.

March 22

Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a report of an unwanted subject at a residence. The subject was found and warned on criminal trespass.

March 23

Officer Sean Kozer is investigating the theft of a netbook valued at $400.

March 24

Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated an accident on Union Road at 8:15 p.m. Paul Connell, 65, of Washington was driving a 2008 Ford pickup truck that sustained $1,000 in damage. Connell was traveling north on Union Road. He left the roadway and struck some mailboxes. The truck came to rest in a ditch. There were no injuries.

March 25

Kozer investigated a report of unwanted subjects at a residence. The subject was found and warned on criminal trespass.

March 26

Fuller investigated an accident on Manktown Road at 7:20 a.m. Shane McClintick, 16, of Waldoboro was driving a 2001 GMC pickup truck that sustained $5,000 in damage. McClintick pulled onto Manktown Road, headed right, and over accelerated. He spun his tires and struck a telephone pole. There were no injuries.

Kozer is investigating a gas drive-off complaint from CN Brown Big Apple.

Kozer is investigating a gas drive-off complaint from CN Brown Big Apple.

March 27

Fuller arrested Ryan Schultz, 22, of Waldoboro on a warrant.

March 28

Fuller investigated an accident on Kaler’s Corner Road at 8:53 a.m. Ronald Genthner, 39, of Waldoboro was driving a 2007 Chevrolet pickup truck that sustained $6,000 in damage. Genthner pulled over to use his phone but did not see a hydrant. Genthner struck the hydrant, damaging the hydrant and the truck. There were no injuries.

Sgt. Jamie Wilson is investigating a harassment complaint.