Waldoboro Police beat: Criminal mischief, arrest warrant, accidents

Tue, 09/10/2019 - 1:00pm

WALDOBORO — Waldoboro police responded to 348 calls for service from Aug. 23-Sept. 10. 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.

Aug. 23       

Officer Nathaniel Jack is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to his vehicle.

Aug. 25       

Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident at the Main Street/Kalers Corner/Bremen Road intersection at 11:20 a.m. Caroline Lawry, 67, of Swansea, S.C., was traveling eastbound on the Kalers Corner Road, starting to cross Main Street, striking Brandi Packard, 25, of Pittsfield, Mass., who was traveling northbound on Main Street.

Aug. 26       

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

Aug. 28       

Officer Dwight Jones investigated an accident at the Union Road/Atlantic Highway intersection at 8:30 p.m. Janak Upadhyay, 45, of Plainsboro, N.J., was northbound stopped in traffic awaiting to make a left turn onto the Union Road. Kathryn Avery, 62, of Lakewood Colo., was traveling northbound, following the roadway.

Aug. 29       

Jack is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to his mailbox.

Officer Thomas Bartunek is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to her residence.

Jarin Cocco, 24, of Owls Head, was arrested by Bartunek on a warrant.

Aug. 31       

Chief John Lash is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to her vehicle while it was parked in her dooryard.

Sept. 2        

Bartunek is investigating a report from a citizen about criminal mischief to his lawn and mailbox.

Sept. 3        

Bartunek is investigating a report from a citizen about the theft of a small recorder.

Sept. 5        

Jerome Reynolds, 22, of Liberty, was issued a summons by Jones for speed.

Sept. 6        

Fuller is investigating a report from a citizen about a stolen wallet.

Sept. 8

Fuller is investigating a report from the Big Apple of a $10 gasoline drive-off.

Sept. 9        

Casey Warner, 32, of Nobleboro, was issued a summons by Bartunek for attaching false plates.

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