Waldoboro police officers responded to 328 calls for service between June 6 and June 26. Below are a few of the highlights.

June 6

Officer Larry Hesseltine arrested Nelson Pendexter, 65, of South China, for operating under the influence, failure to obey red traffic light and drinking in a motor vehicle.

Hesseltine summoned Alexander Brown, 47, of Waldoboro, for uninspected motor vehicle.

June 7

Sgt. Jamie Wilson arrested Zacariah Sawyer, 23, of Waldoboro, for domestic violence assault.

Officer William Bragg investigated a report of harassing texts.

Officer Chris Spear summoned Raymond Brann, 16, of Friendship, for operating beyond restriction.

June 8

Wilson investigated a two-car crash on Atlantic Highway at 4:10 p.m. Jeremy Sherbert, 39, of Spruce Head, was northbound, slowing in traffic in a 2014 Volkswagen sedan, when he was struck from behind by Jeanette Murphy, 42, of Waldoboro, in a 2012 Toyota sedan. Murphy reportedly did not slow because of driver distraction. Both received minor injuries.

Officer Thomas Bartunek arrested Dylan Willey, 24, of Waldoboro, on a warrant.

June 9

Bartunek investigated a crash on Friendship Road at 4:41 a.m. Donald Simmons Jr., 41, of Friendship, was northbound in a 2007 Chevrolet pickup truck when he went off the road. Injury codes were listed.

Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a report of the theft of a CMP meter.

Hesseltine investigated a report of the theft of a mailbox.

Hesseltine summoned Alexander Achorn, 19, of Nobleboro, for operating after suspension.

June 13

Hesseltine arrested Larry Wellman, 38, of Waldoboro, on a warrant, operating after suspension and attaching false plates.

June 15

Hesseltine investigated a report of the theft of $8,000 worth of tuna rods.

June 16

Spear summoned Asa Pingree, 36, of North Haven, for uninspected motor vehicle.

June 17

Spear summoned Parker Lash, 18, of Waldoboro, for unlawful possession of scheduled drug.

Spear summoned a 12-year-old male from Rockland for minor purchasing liquor.

Bragg summoned Evan Benner, 26, of Waldoboro, for harvesting clams without a license.

Bartunek summoned a 17-year-old female, from Waldoboro, for minor consuming liquor.

Officer Andrew Santheson arrested Sierra Benner, 29, of Waldoboro, on a warrant.

June 18

Wilson investigated a crash on Atlantic Highway at 5:14 p.m. Robert Robitaille, 58, of Lewiston, was in the Dunkin Donuts drive-through line in a 2015 Chevrolet pickup truck when he attempted to back up, striking the front bumper of Lisa Mcmann-Morine, 51, of Portland, who was behind him. Morine's 2014 Chevrolet sedan received damage. No injuries were listed.

Officer John Lash investigated a crash on North Nobleboro Road at 9:08 p.m. Bernard Delima, 48, of Waldoboro, was eastbound in a 2007 Honda van when a deer ran out from the passenger side, causing him to strike the deer. Delima was not injured.

June 19

Bragg summoned Roger Feltis, 25, of Canaan, for taking shellfish without a license.

Bartunek arrested Gary Simmons, 44, of Waldoboro, for domestic violence assault and obstructing the report of a crime.

June 20

Hesseltine investigated a report of an unauthorized check that was written on an account.

June 21

Bragg summoned Shane Sykes, 27, of Bristol, for harvesting clams without a town license.

June 22

Bragg summoned Shane Sykes, 27, of Bristol, for harvesting clams without a town license.

June 23

Spear arrested Rebecca Hunt, 26, of Mathuen, Mass., for operating under the influence.

June 25

Wilson investigated a crash at the intersection of Union Road, Chapel Road, and Manktown Road at 7:22 p.m. Deanna Toler, 34, of Thomaston, was traveling north on Manktown Road in a 2007 Chevrolet sedan and failed to stop at the posted sign at the intersection of Union Road. Toler entered Union Road and struck Finn Whiting, 28, of Camden, who was traveling through the intersection in a 2008 Toyota pickup truck. Injury codes were listed for Whiting's passengers, Andrew Marchetti, and Peter Courand. Damage was caused to both vehicles.

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.