The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity for the period of April 23-29:
Donna Britto, 55, Waldoboro, failure to provide proof of insurance, unregistered vehicle, April 29.
Trisha Fontaine, 38, Wiscasset, warrant for failure to pay fines, April 27.
Anthony Milano, 45, Lincolnville, violation of protective from harassment order, April 29.
Mark Thornton, 45, Wiscasset, operating under the influence, April 24.
Michael Washburn, 39, Lisbon Falls, operating under the influence, April 27.
Rebecca Buck, 32, Bowdoinham, speeding, April 29.
Anthony Chapman, 43, Pittston, failure to provide proof of insurance, speeding in a school zone (35 in a 15), April 24.
Vernon Dobson, 56, Jefferson, unregistered vehicle, April 29.
Peter Turek, 65, Camden, speeding, April 24.
April 23: Officers gave eight warnings for speeding and two for defects, responded to a report of erratic operations (unable to locate vehicle), assisted with two vehicle lockouts, investigated a complaint of theft/forgery/fraud, and assisted the animal control officer with a complaint.
April 24: Officers gave five warnings for speeding, responded to a burglar alarm (false alarm), and arranged for the towing of a vehicle abandoned on private property for a week.
Administration processed an annual sex offender registration verification.
April 25: Officers gave a warning for no rear lights and three warnings for speeding in a school zone.
April 26: Officers received an application to renew a concealed weapons permit, investigated three juvenile problems, assisted a citizen with a vehicle lockout, responded to a non-reportable motor-vehicle accident, gave a warning for no trailer plate, gave a warning for a tail light, and investigated suspicious activity.
April 27: Officers investigated suspicious activity, responded to a burglar alarm (all secure), conducted a grant-funded speeding detail, investigated a report of non-domestic fighting, gave four warnings for speeding, investigated a complaint of theft/forgery/fraud, responded to a report of erratic operations (followed vehicle – no violations observed),
Administration took a complaint of crosswalks not being visible.
April 28: Officers responded to an animal complaint, investigated a disabled motor vehicle, responded to a complaint of littering (unable to locate vehicle), assisted the Wiscasset Ambulance Service with a medical call, responded to a carbon-monoxide alarm, gave a warning for speeding, conducted a grant-funded OUI detail, and gave a warning for a defective headlight.
April 29: Officers conducted a special detail (annual drug take-back day), conducted a Wiscasset Speedway-funded security detail, gave a warning for no rear lights, responded to a burglar alarm (property secure), and investigated a juvenile problem.