|7/10/2013 2:00:00 PM|
Wiscasset Police Report
Wiscasset Police Chief Troy Cline reports the following activities:
Summonses and arrestsJuly 1, Heather Savage, 42, of Boothbay Harbor, was summoned for speeding on Bath Rd., 52 mph in a 35 mph zone.
July 3, Julie Dempsey, 32, of Union, was summoned for an improper left turn on a two-way road.
July 3, Chelsie Eugley, 25, of Portland, was summoned for an improper left turn on a two-way road and for operating after suspension.
July 4, Walter Fossett, 33, of Bristol, was summoned for no inspection sticker and was issued a criminal summons for operating an unregistered motor vehicle on a public way.
July 4, Leah Whitaker, 25, of Wiscasset, was arrested for burglary.
July 5, Ryan Morton, 27, of Friendship, was summoned for expired inspection.
July 7, Thomas Peaslee Jr., 22, of Westport Island, was summoned for a seat belt violation.
July 7, Stephen Wallace, 61, of Wiscasset, was summoned for speeding on Federal St.
July 7, Edward Russell, 49, of Wiscasset, was summoned for speeding.
July 7, William Penfold, 51, of Yarmouth, was summoned for speeding on Fowle Hill Rd.
AccidentsJuly 3, Forrest Faulkingham, 64, of Alna, was attempting to drive a pickup truck hauling a boat on a trailer out of the Irving parking lot when he saw he would be unable to make the turn. Faulkingham was unable to see an Acura, operated by Barry Toothaker, 66, of Barrington, R.I., behind him due to glare off the boat's engine. Faulkingham backed up, striking Toothaker's vehicle. Faulkingham was found at fault for unsafe backing. There were no injuries.
July 3, Edsel Stanley, 27, of Roanoke, Va., was operating a 2009 Kia southbound on Bath Rd. when Zach Forbes, 19, of China, attempted to make a left turn off of Wood Lane in a 1998 Subaru Outback and struck Stanley's vehicle in the side. Forbes was found at fault for failure to yield right of way. There were no injuries.
July 6, James Pray, 22, of Wiscasset, was involved in an all-terrain vehicle accident on Northwood Court. Pray was transported to Maine Medical Center for injuries. The Maine Warden Service was notified.