Waldoboro Police beat: Criminal mischief, accidents, stolen catalytic converter

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 1:15pm

WALDOBORO — Waldoboro police responded to 548 calls for service from Oct. 10-28. Listed below are a few of the highlights. An arrest or summons does not imply guilt. A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

Oct. 10                                               

Hayden Reed, 21, of Waldoboro, was arrested by Officer Nathaniel Jack on a violation of conditional release.                               

Jack investigated an accident on the Atlantic Highway at 3:05 p.m. Victoria Wheaton, 20, of Jefferson, was traveling northbound, following the roadway when traffic stopped quickly and the driver was unable to stop striking Hayley Chambers, 29, of Warren, who was also traveling northbound following the roadway.

Oct. 12        

Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident at the intersection of Main Street/Bremen Road and Kaler’s Corner Road, at 7:22 a.m. Alexander Regan, 31, of Marblehead Mass., was crossing Main Street from Kaler’s Corner. Tina Chapman, 45, of Waldoboro, was following the roadway on Main Street.                                                       

Fuller investigated an accident on Main Street, at 2:44 p.m. William Dagley, 58, of Waldoboro, left the roadway, hitting several large rocks.                                               

William Dagley, 58, of Waldoboro, was issued a summons by Fuller for failure to notify police of a motor vehicle accident.

Oct. 13                                               

Fuller investigated an accident at the Main Street/Bremen Road/Kaler’s Corner intersection, at 3:40 p.m. Cynthia Sullivan, 47, of Winslow, stopped at the Bremen Road intersection and started to cross Main Street. Gillian Moorhead, 66, of Chevy Chase, Md., was traveling westbound, following the roadway on Main Street.

Oct. 19                                               

Fuller is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to her mailbox.                                                         

Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated an accident at the Main Street/Jefferson Street/Friendship Rd intersection at 6:00 p.m. Mary Genthner, 45, of Waldoboro, was traveling northbound on Friendship Road, following the roadway, stopped at the stop sign and then continued into the intersection. Hailey Pitcher, 17, of Jefferson, was traveling westbound on Main Street, following the roadway. Shirley McLaren, 73, of Waldoboro, was stopped at the stop sign on Jefferson Street and Genthner’s car after it impacted with Pitcher’s car.

Oct. 21                                               

Officer Dwight Jones investigated an accident on Friendship Road at 5:02 A.M. Kendall Delano, 46, of Friendship was northbound, following the roadway when a deer ran out in front of his vehicle.

Oct. 22                                               

Jack is investigating a report from a citizen that someone cut his tires.

Jack is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to the rail on his residence.

Oct. 23        

Wayne Labombard, 43, of Waldoboro, was arrested by Jack for domestic violence assault.

Bartunek investigated an accident in a parking lot off of the Atlantic Highway at 4:30 p.m. Janet Braley was northbound making a left turn into a parking area and struck some rock.

Oct. 24        

Jack is investigating a report from Tyler Overlock of the theft of a catalytic converter.                 

Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated an accident on the Atlantic Highway at 6:27 p.m. Howard Rathbun, 67, of Nobleboro, was traveling northbound, following the roadway and struck a deer that ran out into the roadway.

Oct. 27        

Officer Justin Hills is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief on his ATV trails.

Oct. 28        

Brian Reed, 55, of Friendship, was issued a summons by Fuller for uninspected motor vehicle.

Fuller is investigating a report from a citizen that someone threw a rock through his window and scattered a plant that were on the doorstep.

Sarah Shepherd can be reached at news@penbaypilot.com