Waldoboro police officers responded to 147 calls for service between June 20 and June 27. Below are a few of the highlights.

June 20

Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated a report of a burglary/theft.

June 22

Officer John Lash arrested James Garner, 19, of Waldoboro, for assault.

June 23

Officer Larry Hesseltine summoned Marandi Forrester, 26, of Monroe, NC, for operating without a license.

June 24

Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a crash at the intersection of Washington and Old Augusta Roads at 9:11 a.m. Robert Bolton, 71, of Spruce Head, was westbound on the Old Augusta Road in a 2003 Honda utility vehicle and failed to yield right-of-way to Thomas Shaggy, 54, of Washington, who was southbound on Washington road in a 1993 Chevrolet pickup truck. Shaggy swerved attempting to avoid Bolton, but struck him and Brianna Carroll, 24, of Jefferson, who was eastbound on Old Augusta Road in a 2014 Honda sedan. No injuries injuries were reported.

Officer Chris Spear investigated a crash on Orff’s Corner Road at 3:58 p.m. Michael Boutin, 55, of Sanford, was backing up in a Volvo truck when he failed to see the parked 2014 Ford sedan owned by Christopher Peabody of Washington. No injuries were reported.

Hesseltine investigated a report of an unwanted subject. Subject was warned on disorderly conduct.

June 25

Spear investigated an accident on Atlantic Highway at 1:31 p.m. Roger Feltis, 24, of Canaan, was attempting to back into a parking space in a 2002 GMC pickup truck and failed to see a parked 2005 Subaru sedan owned by Clara Hamilton-Fagon, 75, of Jefferson. No injuries were reported.

Spear investigated a report from Moose Crossing Garden Center of the theft of plants.

Spear arrested Dale Winchenbach, 54, of Waldoboro, for a violation of a protective order.

Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a report of an unwanted subject. Subject was warned on trespass.

Lash investigated a report that someone broke into a camper and medication and money were taken.

June 26

Fuller investigated a report from the Big Apple of a $45 gasoline drive off.

An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.