The Waldoboro Police Department reported the following activity from June 27 through July 10.

June 27

Officer Sean Kozer arrested Charles Davis, 41, of Portland on a warrant.

June 28

Officer William Bragg summoned Daniel McKecknie, 22, of Waldoboro for possession of greater than 10 percent undersized clams.

Officer Thomas Bartunek arrested Daroyl Wilson, 21, of Jefferson for a violation of conditional release.

June 29

Officer Bartunek is investigating a report from a resident that someone broke into her residence and stole approximately $3,000 worth of items.

Officer Bartunek investigated an accident on Friendship Road at 5:44 p.m. Hilary Fales-Haynes, 19, of Warren was driving a 2007 Mitsubishi passenger car. James Panarelli, 37, of Pembroke, Mass., was driving a 2000 Chevrolet pickup truck. Panarelli was traveling north on Friendship Road. Fales-Haynes was attempting to cross the Friendship Road from Sara Lane. Fales-Haynes failed to see Panarelli. Panarelli struck the front passenger side of Fales-Haynes. Panarelli, Fales-Haynes and a passenger, Tiffanee Fraughton, all sustained injuries.

Officer Bartunek arrested Hilary Fales-Haynes, 19, of Warren for operating under the influence.

Officer Bartunek arrested Tiffanee Fraughton, 37, of Jefferson on a warrant.

June 30

Officer Kozer arrested Jonathan Tarr, 34, of Waldoboro for a violation of conditional release.

July 1

Officer Kozer arrested Lisa Chickering, 34, of Waldoboro for criminal trespass.

July 2

Officer Jeffery Fuller summoned Gorden Simmons, 45, of Waldoboro for operating after suspension.

July 3

Officer Fuller arrested Anthony Chaisty, 47, of Waldoboro for domestic violence assault.

July 3

Officer Thomas Hoepner is investigating a report of harassment.

Officer Michel Dutil arrested Daniel Reed, 55, of Friendship for operating under the influence and summoned him for an inspection violation.

July 4

Officer Dutil is investigating a report from a resident that someone broke into his residence and stole his X-Box.

July 5

Officer Kozer is investigating a report of the theft of a ring.

Officer Dutil investigated a complaint from a resident that she is being harassed. The subject was found and warned on harassment.

Officer Bartunek summoned a 16-year-old male for criminal mischief.

Officer Bartunek summoned a 15-year-old male for criminal mischief.

July 6

Officer Kozer arrested Joshua Spear, 20, of Waldoboro for domestic violence assault.

July 7

Officer Kozer investigated an accident on Bremen Road at 1:24 p.m. Dennis Anderson, 61, of Washington, D.C., was driving a 2002 Honda sport-utility vehicle that sustained minor damage. Debra Arter, 55, of Damariscotta was driving a 2001 Volvo car that sustained minor damage. There was possible minor injury to both drivers and a passenger in the Volvo. The accident occurred at a four-way intersection that has two stop signs. Anderson was at a stop sign. Arter did not have a stop sign. Anderson turned left onto West Main Street from Bremen Road. Anderson failed to yield to Arter, who was westbound on Main Street. Anderson struck Arter.

July 8

Detective Lance Mitchell investigated a complaint from Dunkin’ Donuts that an employee was being harassed. The subject was found and warned on harassment and told not to return to Dunkin’ Donuts.

July 9

Officer William Bragg summoned Keith Main, 33, of Waldoboro for harvesting clams without a town license.

Officer Jeffery Fuller arrested Kyle Wambolt, 25, of Waldoboro for assault and criminal threatening.

Officer Bragg summoned Todd Dodge, 38, of Waldoboro for harvesting clams without a town license.

Officer Bragg summoned Theodore Cocco, 46, of Damariscotta for harvesting clams without a town license.

Officer Bragg summoned Montgomery Winchenbach, 56, of Waldoboro for harvesting clams without a town license.

Officer Bragg summoned Montgomery Winchenbach, 56, of Waldoboro for a second offense of harvesting clams without a town license.

July 10

Officer Dutil summoned Steven Corbett, 36, of Waldoboro for criminal threatening

Officer Fuller is investigating a report from a resident of the theft of his iPod Touch with case.

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.