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9/18/2013 2:00:00 PM
Waldoboro Police Report

Waldoboro Police report officers responded to 490 calls for service in this time period and include the following:

Arrests and summonses
Sept. 1, Officer Jeffery Fuller summoned David Sanborn, 54, of Waldoboro for harassment.

Sept. 5, Detective Jason Benefield and Sergeant Jamie Wilson arrested Ricky Real, 37, of Waldoboro for violation of a protective order.

Sept. 7, Officer Jeffery Fuller summoned Michelle Etheridge, 29, of Bristol, for operating after suspension.

Sept. 8, Officer John Lash arrested Anthony Feltis, 27, of Waldoboro, for domestic violence assault.

Sept. 14, Officer John Lash arrested Anthony Feltis, 27, of Waldoboro, for a violation of conditional release.

Complaints and investigations
Aug. 27, Detective Jason Benefield is investigating a report from the Big Apple that they received a counterfeit $20 bill.

Aug. 30, Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a report of the theft of some furniture.

Aug. 31, Officer John Lash is investigating a report from a citizen being threatened; investigated a report of harassment. The subject was found and warned on disorderly conduct.

Sept. 1, Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a report of fence damage to her fence.

Sept. 4, Detective Jason Benefield is investigating a report that several items were stolen from a boat (approximate value is $5286); is investigating a report of a tire slashed on a vehicle the previous night; is investigating a report of the theft of medication ($1 approximate value).

Sept. 4, Officer Thomas Bartunek is investigating a report of littering on the Orff's Corner Road (large items - furniture).

Sept. 8, Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a report from the Big Apple of a gasoline drive off.

Sept. 9, Officer Thomas Bartunek is investigating a report of the theft of a small boat from a property.

Sept. 10, Chief William Labombarde is investigating a report of items taken from a residence.

Sept. 11, Detective Jason Benefield is investigating a report of the theft of a handbag from a vehicle.

Sept. 13, Sergeant Jamie Wilson is investigating a threatening complaint.

Sept. 14, Officer John Lash is investigating a report that someone threw a rock through a garage window.

Sept. 15, Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a report of a 15-foot boat that was turned over with the motor still attached; is investigating a report of threatening.

Sept. 15, Sergeant Jamie Wilson is investigating a report from the Hannaford Supermarket that a young girl dropped a marijuana pipe, picked it up and ran out of the store. They also believe she may have taken some items from the store; is investigating a report that some kids were playing and throwing rocks at the Friendship Head Start - no apparent damage.

Sept. 15, Officer John Lash is investigating a complaint of suspicious activity involving some young people roaming the downtown area.

Sept. 16, Officer Jeffery Fuller is investigating a complaint from the Friendship Head Start of damage to the playground and a shed being broke into; and is investigating a report from Storer Lumber of the theft of shingles.

Accidents
Aug. 29, Detective Jason Benefield investigated an accident on the Washington Road at 7:43 a.m. involving Michelle Miller, 43, of Washington, driving a 2003 Ford sedan. Miller was traveling south on the Washington Road, cresting a hill. A truck was pulling out of a driveway. Miller started to apply brakes and over-corrected, sending her vehicle off the roadway into brush. No injuries.

Sept. 15, Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident at the Bremen Road/Main Street intersection at 9:25 a.m., involving Janice Goodnow, 72, of Union, who was driving a 2013 Ford, pickup truck. Richard Bewell, 54, of Bremen, was driving a 2002 Subaru sedan and, Angie Lash, 34, of Friendship, was driving a 2004 Ford, pickup truck. Goodnow failed to yield the right of way to Lash, causing Lash to collide with Goodnow. Goodnow, after impacting Lash, was pushed by lash into Bewell, which was stopped at an intersection. A six-year-old passenger sustained minor injuries.



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