The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity for the period of March 12-21:
Caitlin Brekenfeld, 18, Waldoboro, failure to register a motor vehicle, operating without a license, March 20.
Zachariah Harvey, 25, Camden, failure to show proof of insurance, March 13.
Carl Luoma, 31, Edgecomb, speeding, March 20.
Norman Weymouth, 85, Gardiner, failure to yield the right of way, March 19.
March 14: Officer Nathaniel Jack investigated an accident at the intersection of Atlantic Highway and Main Street at 3:15 p.m. Shawn Rolfe, 48, of Bath, was driving a 2007 Ford sedan north on Main Street. James Augustine, 73, of Thomaston, was driving a 2018 GMC utility vehicle east on Atlantic Highway. Rolfe did not yield the right of way to Augustine.
March 15: Officer Jack investigated an accident at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 32 at 9:52 p.m. An unknown vehicle was going north on Atlantic Highway. Nicholas Soderberg, 30, of Waterford, N.Y., was driving a 2013 Mazda sedan north on Atlantic Highway. The driver of the unknown vehicle switched to the right lane, rear-ended the Soderberg vehicle, turned right, and took off.
March 19: Officer Jack investigated an accident at the intersection of North Nobleboro Road and Winslows Mills Road at 12:28 p.m. Norman Weymouth, 85, of West Gardiner, was driving a 2010 Lincoln utility vehicle north. Pauline Bragg, 81, of Waldoboro, was driving a 2015 Ford sedan south. Weymouth attempted to make a left turn but did not yield the right of way and collided with the Bragg vehicle head-on.
March 13: Officer Jack investigated a report that a mailbox had been knocked down, possibly by a plow.
March 13: Officer Jack investigated a report that a complainant found her garage door open and the back door to her garage open. Nothing appeared to be missing.
March 16: Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a report from Maritime Farms of a $37.48 gasoline drive-off.
March 18: Officer Andrew Santheson investigated a report of a theft of a washer and dryer.
Officers responded to 201 calls for service.