Waldoboro police blotter

Sep 10, 2017
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Waldoboro — Waldoboro police officers responded to 94 calls for service between Aug. 22 ad Aug. 29. Below are a few of the highlights.

Aug. 22

Officer Tom Bartunek arrested Jeremy Johnson, 45, of Friendship, on a warrant.

Aug. 23

Officer Larry Hesseltine investigated a report that someone broke into a residence and stole $1,100 worth of items.

Hesseltine investigated a crash at the intersection of Jefferson Street and Atlantic Highway at 11:30 a.m. Barry Soule, 69, of Waldoboro, was driving south in a 2007 Chevrolet pickup truck and attempted to go around traffic cones into a blocked-off area. When told he could not go that way, Soule backed up and struck Hilary Thibodeau, 29, of Portland, who was stopped in traffic in a 2010 Honda sedan. No injuries were reported.

Chief William Labombarde investigated a crash on Atlantic Highway (at the Family Dollar Store) at 11:30 a.m. Tasha Ryder, 25, of Warren, was parked legally in a 2005 Lincoln sedan and was struck by an unknown vehicle, causing damage.

Bartunek investigated a crash on Bremen Road at 4:43 p.m. Eleanor Simmons, 73, was driving south, making a left turn in a 2016 Toyota utility vehicle when she failed to yield the right of way and struck Corey Dempsey, 42, who was driving north in a 2004 Toyota sedan. No injuries were reported.

Aug. 24

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

Hesseltine investigated a report of damage to a truck resulting from an attempted break-in.

Hesseltine investigated a report of the theft of change from a vehicle.

Bartunek investigated a crash on Winslow’s Mills Road at 8:38 p.m. Kyelee Hurlburton, 24, of Nobleboro, was driving north in a 2008 Ford sedan when a dark colored minivan hit her from behind and continued toward Jefferson.

Aug. 26

Officer William Bragg arrested Gary Demmons, 61, of Rockland, on a warrant.

Aug. 27

Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a crash on Main Street in the parking lot of the Sproul Block. Terry Bramhall, 55, of Friendship, was parked in a 2014 Chevrolet truck behind an unoccupied 2015 Ford utility vehicle belonging to William Labombarde, 60, of Friendship. WHen Bramhall attempted to pull ahead to go around it, he struck the vehicle in the rear driver’s side quarter panel.

Labombarde investigated a complaint of harassing text messages. The subject was found and warned.

Aug. 28

Hesseltine investigated a report of damage done to a lawn by a motor vehicle.

Hesseltine investigated a harassment complaint.

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.

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