Waldoboro police officers responded to 129 calls for service between Oct. 24 and Oct. 31. Below are a few of the highlights.

Oct. 24

Officer Jeffery Fuller summoned Joshua Glidden, 31, of Waldoboro, for operating after suspension.

Oct. 25

Officer Larry Hesseltine investigated a report from Waldoboro Family Medicine that criminal mischief was done to its door.

Hesseltine investigated a report that criminal mischief was done to a window in a residence.

Officer Thomas Bartunek arrested Whitney Lawson, 26, of Waldoboro, on a warrant.

Oct. 26

Bartunek summoned Michael Irons, 34, of Waldoboro, for operating after suspension and failure to register motor vehicle.

Oct. 27

Hesseltine investigated a report that someone did criminal mischief to the gas line at a residence.

Oct. 28

Fuller arrested Stephen Benner, 29, of Waldoboro, for violating a protection order.

Officer Chris Spear investigated an accident at the intersection of Atlantic Highway and Washington Road at 7:02 p.m. Donald Carpenter, 46, of Tenants Harbor, was driving north on Atlantic Highway and stopped at a light in a 2016 Nissan sedan when he was struck from behind by Dashiell Marley, 22, of Rockland, who fell asleep at the wheel of his 2015 Chrysler sedan. No injuries were reported.

Spear arrested Zacariah Sawyer, 22, of Waldoboro, for domestic violence assault.

Oct. 29

Hesseltine investigated a report of the theft of medication from a purse.

Fuller investigated a report that all four tires were slashed on a vehicle.

Oct. 30

Officer John Lash summoned Joshua Benner, 28, of Damariscotta, for operating after suspension and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Oct. 31

Hesseltine investigated a report that someone stole a truck, took $160, and brought the truck back.

Hesseltine investigated an accident at the intersection of Atlantic Highway and Main Street at 4:15 p.m. Mason Mank, 28, of Searsport, was eastbound on Atlantic Highway in a 2010 Ford pickup truck when Thomas Harkins, 60, of Bath, heading north on Main Street in a 2006 Toyota pickup truck, failed to yield the right of way and struck Mank. No injuries were reported.

Bartunek summoned Maitland Williams, 34, of Bremen, for operating after suspension.

Bartunek investigated a report that all four tires on a motor vehicle were slashed.

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.