The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity for the period of Feb. 21-27:
Juston Nicholson, 37, Newcastle, warrant, Feb. 23.
Joshua Wilshire, 32, Waldoboro, operating under the influence, Feb. 23.
Simon Brightman-Uhl, 38, Walpole, failure to show proof of insurance, operating after suspension, Feb. 22.
Male juvenile, 16, Friendship, possession of tobacco products by a minor, Feb. 26.
Male juvenile, 16, Union, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of tobacco products by a minor, Feb. 26.
Michael Nelson, 32, Rockland, operating after suspension, Feb. 26.
Trevor Polk, 31, Cushing, uninspected motor vehicle, Feb. 27.
Feb. 23: Officer Larry Hesseltine investigated an accident on Depot Street at 9:30 p.m. Joshua Wilshire, 32, of Waldoboro, was operating a 2014 Chevrolet pickup truck south in an erratic, reckless, careless, negligent, or aggressive manner. Wilshire went off the road and struck a legally parked 2003 Buick utility vehicle belonging to Nancy Harley, 54, of Waldoboro.
Feb. 25: Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated an accident on Bremen Road at 1:28 p.m. Sarah Callan, 27, of Waldoboro, was driving a 2007 Subaru utility vehicle. Due to extremely slippery road conditions, the vehicle slid off the roadway on the right, slid across a field, and came to rest against a fence and tree.
Feb. 26: Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated an accident on Finntown Road at 7:20 p.m. Tristan Whitcomb, 20, of Waldoboro, was driving a 1997 Toyota sedan north when the vehicle ran off the road.
Feb. 21: Officer Hesseltine investigated a report from a motorist who, while traveling on Washington Road, got nails in his vehicle’s tires.
Feb. 23: Officer Fuller investigated a report of a theft of tools.
Feb. 23: Officer Fuller investigated a report from someone who said their tires were slashed the previous day and another vehicle was keyed.
Feb. 24: Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a report from a motorist who got roofing nails in his vehicle’s tire last week.
Feb. 25: Officer Fuller investigated a report of an unwanted subject and gave a warning for criminal trespass.
Officers responded to 164 calls for service.