The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity from July 31 to Aug. 6:
July 31: An officer responded to a property-damage-only motor-vehicle accident at the intersection of Federal Street and Route 1. Sean Chubbuck, of Wiscasset, was driving north on Route 1 when he looked away for a second and rear-ended Janet Fogg, of Rockport.
Aug. 1: An officer responded to a property-damage-only motor-vehicle accident at the intersection of Route 1 and Old Bath Road. Megan Stevens, of Carlisle, Ohio, was driving north on Route 1 when her vehicle rear-ended Wendy Bryant, of Camden.
Aug. 2: An officer responded to a property-damage-only motor-vehicle accident at the intersection of Routes 1 and 27. Ashley Waters, of Dresden, was stopped at the stop sign turning south onto Route 1 when Daniel Wright, of Wiscasset, looked left, proceeded to move forward without checking to see if Waters had moved, and rear-ended Waters.
Aug. 2: An officer responded to a motor-vehicle accident, possibly a hit-and-run, at Deer Ridge. Esther McRae, of Wiscasset, returned home to find that her car had been stuck in the rear driver’s side door.
Aug. 3: An officer responded to a four-car accident on Bath Road. All four vehicles were traveling northbound on Bath Road (Route 1). One of the vehicles stopped because traffic was slowing down. William McClellan, of Rockport, hit the rear of Faith Gardiner, of Woolwich. Sean Fogarty, of Rockland, hit the rear of McClellan, and Harriet Larson, of Wiscasset, hit the rear of Fogarty. The impact between Larson and Fogarty sent both drivers to the hospital and both vehicles were towed. McClellan and Gardiner were both able to drive their vehicles away, but the passenger in Gardiner’s vehicle, Terrance Kungle, was transported to a hospital to get checked out for pain.
Aug. 3: An officer responded to a motor-vehicle accident in front of Coastal Stove Shop. Richard Dustin, of Bowdoin, was headed south on Bath Road (Route 1) and had stopped to turn left into the Coastal Stove Shop parking lot. Linda Fitzgerald, of Rockland, ran into the back of Dustin’s vehicle because she did not have enough time to stop and was following too closely. Fitzgerald was transported to the hospital.
Aug. 4: An officer responded to a property-damage-only motor-vehicle accident in the Shaw’s parking lot. Helen Dunton, of Westport Island, was starting out of her parking spot, did not make a wide enough turn, and struck Elizabeth Atwater, of Wiscasset, in the front driver’s side.
Aug. 4: An officer responded to a motor-vehicle accident with property damage only. Robert Young, of Australia, was headed north on Bath Road (Route 1) and going to make a left-hand turn into The Wiscasset Marketplace. Bruce Fortier, of Newcastle, was traveling south on Bath Road. Young pulled in front of Fortier and Fortier could not stop in time and struck Young in the rear. Both vehicles were towed.
Aug. 6: An officer responded to a motor vehicle vs. fox accident with non-reportable damage.
July 31: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance on Willow Lane, responded to a complaint of clamdigging in closed areas, responded to a disabled motor vehicle by Red’s Eats, and responded to a possible OUI in the Shaw’s parking lot.
Aug. 1: Officers responded to an alarm at the Quik Stop, provided community policing with the children at Wiscasset Elementary School, responded to a juvenile complaint on the railroad tracks behind Le Garage, and responded to suspicious activity near the old cemetery on the Birch Point Road.
Aug. 2: Officers responded to a juvenile problem on Federal Street, issued a warning for speed on Flood Avenue, responded to a lost/found property complaint (two tanks appearing to be oxygen tanks were left at a residence on Willow Lane and the owner was uncertain who they belong to), and responded to a possible assault on Ward Brook Road (no charges were filed).
Aug. 3: Officers responded to a disabled motor vehicle at the intersection of Lowelltown Road and Lobster Lane, responded to an abandoned motor vehicle complaint on Gibbs Road, responded to a possible fraud/phone scam complaint at Lil’ Mart, and responded to a verbal domestic disturbance on the Alna Road.
Aug. 4: Officers responded to a burglar alarm on Bradford Road, conducted a 911 check on Bath Road, issued a warning for exceeding the weight limit on Federal Street, responded to a burglar alarm on Main Street, responded to a theft at Lil’ Mart (unable to locate subject), and responded to a call from a citizen who had found a wallet on Middle Street.
Aug. 5: Officers issued a warning for failure to stop at the intersection of Bradbury Street and Lee Street, issued a warning for failure to stop at the intersection of Bradbury Street and Fore Street, responded to a theft complaint at McDonald’s (a manager reported that someone had used a stolen credit card), and provided a pedestrian check on Lowelltown Road (unable to locate pedestrian).
Aug. 6: Officers responded to a burglar alarm on Main Street, responded to a suspicious activity complaint at Two Bridges Regional Jail, and issued a warning for speeding on Federal Street/Danforth Street.