The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity for the period of May 22 to June 2:
Leona Cocco, 44, Waldoboro, criminal mischief, domestic violence criminal threatening, May 22.
Carl Del Coro, 66, Waldoboro, operating under the influence, June 1.
Staci Murray, 36, Damariscotta, operating under the influence, May 30.
Charles Stone, 46, Waldoboro, warrant, May 22.
Josephine Walker, 52, Marlborough, Mass., assault, criminal mischief, June 1.
Stanley Brewer, 37, Nobleboro, uninspected motor vehicle, May 23.
Roy Elliott, 33, Rockland, operating a vehicle with an expired license, May 22.
Joshua Ellis, 33, Rockland, operating after habitual offender revocation, two counts violation of condition of release, May 22.
Female juvenile, 16, Waldoboro, illegal possession of liquor by a minor (consumption), May 28.
Daniel Gifford, 29, Bremen, operating under the influence, June 1.
Anthony Ruest, 21, York, operating under the influence, June 2.
Corey Snyder, 31, Waldoboro, uninspected motor vehicle, May 30.
Elizabeth York, 22, Jefferson, operating after suspension, May 31.
May 24: Officer Larry Hesseltine investigated an accident on Atlantic Highway at 2:15 p.m. Marisa Small, 43, of Rockland, was driving a 2006 Honda van east in an erratic, reckless, careless, negligent, or aggressive manner. Jesse Peaslee, 37, of Richmond, was driving a 2009 Mercury east and stopped in traffic. The Small vehicle struck the Peaslee vehicle in the rear.
May 24: Officer Chris Spear investigated an accident on Manktown Road at 2 p.m. Dylan O’Reilly, 16, of Union, was driving a 2000 Chevrolet pickup truck north and ran off the roadway.
June 1: Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated an accident on Bremen Road at 9:56 p.m. Daniel Gifford, 29, of Bremen, was driving a 1997 Subaru south and ran off the roadway.
May 22: Officer Bartunek investigated a report of a theft of money.
May 26: Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a report from the Little League concession stand of a break-in, with damage to the stand, and the theft of approximately $200 worth of food and drinks.
May 26: Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a report of a break-in at A.D. Gray with approximately $1,000 worth of damage to a window.
May 29: Officer Bartunek investigated a report that a motorcycle rode through the complainant’s garden, which is next to a sidewalk.
Officers responded to 300 calls for service.