The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity for the period of Dec. 17-23:
David Nery, 48, Wiscasset, operating under the influence, Dec. 20.
Dec. 17: Dana House, 36, of Wiscasset, was driving a red 1999 Jeep Cherokee down a driveway to his mobile home (behind Grover’s Auto) when he met Jennifer Enoch, 46, of Livermore Falls, coming up the driveway. House attempted to stop, but slid on ice and collided with Enoch. Minor damage, no injuries.
Dec. 18: Herman Hoffman, 43, of Spruce Head, was backing a black 2017 Dodge pickup in the parking lot of Mad Hatter’s Emporium and struck a parked gray 2005 Chevrolet pickup owned by Jacob Mondello, 23, of South Thomaston.
Dec. 18: Hubert Rose, 44, of Boothbay Harbor, was driving a black 2010 Honda Accord north on Route 1. Rose lost control on the snowy road, then overcorrected. Rose struck a black 2017 Hyundai sedan operated by Joshua Gatto, 26, of Wiscasset, who was waiting to turn onto Route 1 from Ward Brook Road. Rose’s vehicle then slid into the plow of a 1997 GMC town plow truck operated by Gardner Leighton, 66, of Wiscasset. Minor damage, no injuries.
Dec. 19: Jacquelyn Blake, 67, of Wiscasset, was driving a blue 2017 Ford F-150 north on Bradford Road when she lost control of the truck on the wet road and crashed into the ditch. The vehicle sustained disabling damage. Blake was transported to a hospital by ambulance.
Dec. 17: Officers conducted a pedestrian check (gave subject a ride to the Woolwich line), gave two warnings for speeding, conducted a pedestrian check (moved subject out of a median), investigated a report of erratic operations (could not locate vehicle), and received a civil complaint (custody issue).
Dec. 18: Officers assisted a citizen (gave subject a ride home), assisted another agency, conducted a 911 check, and received a report of a vehicle stuck on a hill (vehicle was pushed out).
Dec. 19: Officers assisted a citizen and investigated a report of trespassing.
Dec. 20: Officers assisted with a medical emergency, took possession of a found purse turned in to the police department, attended the candlelight vigil for Kendall Chick, and gave a warning for speeding.
Dec. 21: Officers responded to a burglar alarm (building secure), responded to a burglar alarm (canceled by alarm company), investigated two reports of erratic operations, conducted a sex offender compliance detail, and assisted a citizen who locked their keys and child in the car.
Sgt. Craig Worster assisted a pregnant female in labor. A healthy baby was born and brought to Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick by ambulance.
Dec. 22: Officers conducted traffic control in the school zone on Federal Street, gave a warning for speeding, responded to a motor-vehicle accident (non-reportable), assisted the Wiscasset Fire Department with a structure fire (chicken coop was a total loss – no other structures damaged), received a report of lost car keys, assisted the Wiscasset Public Works Department with a parking issue, responded to a burglar alarm (false alarm), assisted animal control with a welfare check (animals appeared well cared for), conducted a welfare check, and spoke to parents and children sledding in the road (advised them of better spots to enjoy the weather).
Dec. 23: Officers responded to a burglar alarm (building secure), responded to a traffic hazard (downed tree blocking road – removed by Wiscasset Fire), responded to a burglar alarm (building secure), responded to an animal complaint (animal control officers removed an unruly cat), assisted Wiscasset Fire with a fire alarm, and conducted a welfare check.