The Waldoboro Police Department reported the following activity from Sept. 6 through Sept. 10.

Sept. 6

Officer Sean Kozer is investigating a report from a resident of criminal mischief to two motor vehicles in her dooryard.

Officer Kozer investigated an accident on Friendship Road at 8:48 a.m. Mary Guptill, 63, of Nobleboro was driving a 1998 GMC school bus. Stephen Waters, 64, of Greenwich, Conn., was driving a 2006 Lexus. Both vehicles were traveling north on Friendship Road. The school bus activated its stoplights and came to a stop, with Waters stopped behind it. The school bus backed into the Lexus at a very slow speed. Waters stated he honked his horn as the bus was backing up. Guptill stated she did not hear the horn until it was too late.

Officer Thomas Bartunek arrested Kevin Woodward, 41, of Whitefield on a warrant.

Sept. 7

Officer Thomas Bartunek summoned Casey Collins, 27, of Thomaston for operating after suspension or revocation.

Sept. 9

Officer Jeremy Joslyn arrested Justin Ott, 20, of Warren on a warrant.

Chief William Labombarde investigated an accident in the Borealis Breads parking lot at 12:19 p.m. James Amaral, 44, of Alna was driving a 2007 Volkswagen. Gary Thorpe, 57, of Waldoboro was the last driver of a 2006 Subaru station wagon. Amaral was backing out of a parking space and struck the Subaru, which was parked.

Chief Labombarde arrested Nathaniel Bagley, 32, of Waldoboro on a violation of conditional release.

Sept. 10

Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a report from Wink’s Auto of the theft of a donation jar from the counter.

Officer Fuller is investigating a report from a resident of the possible theft of seven bundles of tongue and groove flooring.

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.