Waldoboro officers responded to 126 calls for service between Sept. 23 and 30. Below are a few of the highlights:

Sept. 23

Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated a report of the theft of a catalytic converter.

Sept. 24

Officer Jeffery Fuller arrested Becky Condon, 23, of Waldoboro, on a warrant.

Sept. 25

Bartunek investigated a report of the theft of back steps.

Bartunek investigated a report of a mailbox being destroyed.

Sept. 26

Bartunek investigated a crash on Union Road at 8:54 p.m. Cherrie Corey, 60, of Concomo, Mass. was driving a 2004 Toyota sedan north on the Union Road when she struck a deer crossing the road. No injuries were reported.

Sept. 27

Chief William Labombarde investigated a report of an unwanted subject. The subject was found and warned on harassment and criminal trespass.

Fuller investigated a report of theft of money from a residence.

Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a theft report.

Wilson investigated a report of an assault.

Officer John Lash investigated a crash on Old Augusta Road at 8:45 p.m. Richard Levensaler III, 29, of Jefferson was driving a 2002 Chrysler sedan west on the Old Augusta Road. Levensaler traveled off the road approximately 150 feet before hitting a utility pole along the passenger side. The vehicle rolled onto its side and traveled rear first until flipping back onto its wheels, eventually coming to rest on the westbound shoulder.

Wilson summoned Richard Levensaler III, 29, of Jefferson, for leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

Sept. 28

Fuller summoned a 14-year-old male for assault and criminal threatening.

Sept. 30

Fuller investigated a report that someone was dumping trash in an individual's vehicle.

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.