The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activity for the period of July 25 to Aug. 9:
Douglas Barter, 52, Waldoboro, domestic violence assault, domestic violence criminal threatening, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, Aug. 5.
John Billings, 73, Jefferson, failing to stop for a police officer, Aug. 2.
Russell Hardin, 37, Massachusetts, warrant, July 30.
Shane Jewell, 27, Waldoboro, operating under the influence, Aug. 3.
Mitchell Kihn, 65, Warren, operating under the influence, July 27.
Philip Libby Jr., 53, Waldoboro, operating under the influence, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, July 28.
Terrance Winslow, 65, Waldoboro, disorderly conduct, terrorizing, Aug. 6.
Evan Cole, 24, Waldoboro, speeding, July 31.
Lizza Doyle, 39, Rockland, uninspected motor vehicle, July 31.
Anthony Feltis, 33, Waldoboro, violating the municipal shellfish ordinance, July 25.
Melissa Griffin, 46, Rockland, negotiating a worthless instrument, Aug. 4.
Tasia Libby, 23, Brewer, uninspected motor vehicle, Aug. 1.
Nathaniel Szendrei, 34, Lincolnville, unregistered motor vehicle, July 31.
July 25: Officer Justin Hills investigated a report of criminal mischief.
July 25: Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated a report of criminal mischief to a backboard at the town basketball court.
July 28: Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a report from The Big Apple of a $10 gasoline drive-off.
July 30: Officer Bartunek investigated a report of a theft of a cellphone.
July 30: Officer Dwight Jones investigated a report of a theft of medication.
Aug. 1: Officer Nathaniel Jack investigated a report from Hannaford Supermarket of a theft of $27 worth of alcohol.
Aug. 1: Officer Jack investigated a report of a theft of a wallet.
Aug. 4: Sgt. Jamie Wilson investigated a report of a theft of a vehicle registration and stickers.
Aug. 5: Officer Fuller investigated a report of a theft of a ladder and possible criminal mischief to a tractor.
Aug. 6: Officer Andrew Santheson investigated a report from The Big Apple of a possible theft of money.
Officers responded to 313 calls for service.