The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity for the period of May 28 to June 3:
Susan Doray, Wiscasset, violation of condition of release, June 2.
Raymond Boies, Livermore Falls, operating after suspension, May 31.
Joshua Darling, Phippsburg, seat-belt violation, May 31.
Jessica Kaniuka, Farmington Falls, seat-belt violation, May 31.
Nicholas Repenning, Whitefield, seat-belt violation, May 31.
Kevin Steele, Richmond, speeding, May 31.
Stephen Wood, Freeport, seat-belt violation, May 31.
May 28: Officers gave two warnings for speeding, responded to a complaint about the theft of campaign signs, responded to a complaint of erratic operations (unable to locate vehicle), conducted a Wiscasset Speedway-funded race detail, responded to an animal complaint, and responded to a burglar alarm (false alarm).
May 29: Officers conducted a drug investigation and retrieved a hypodermic needle from the side of a stream, responded to a burglar alarm (false alarm), gave a warning for operation, responded to a burglar alarm (false alarm), gave four warnings for speeding, and assisted the Wiscasset Ambulance Service with a medical emergency.
May 30: The school resource officer responded to a juvenile problem (assist with suspension), counseled a student, attended a trail committee meeting, responded to a juvenile problem (out-of-control juvenile), attended a graduation meeting, attended a meeting in Damariscotta, and attended the senior night awards ceremony.
Administration referred a complaint about a groundhog problem to the Maine Warden Service and assisted a citizen with guidance on the eviction process (referred to courts).
May 31: Officers conducted a grant-funded seat-belt detail, investigated a report of harassment, and took a report of a lost wallet.
June 1: Officers gave a warning about trespassing, conducted traffic control, responded to a report of erratic operations (unable to locate vehicle), investigated a report of suspicious activity involving air guns, investigated a report of theft/forgery/fraud, gave a warning for operation, conducted a pedestrian check (escorted pedestrian to residence), responded to a report of suspicious activity (looking for lost keys), and gave a warning for a vehicle defect.
The school resource officer conducted a special detail (graduation ceremony) and responded to a juvenile problem (no action necessary).
June 2: Officers investigated a report of suspicious activity, responded to a noise complaint, assisted the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office at an accident, and took a complaint of harassment via Facebook.
June 3: Officers investigated a complaint of criminal mischief (vehicle keyed), investigated a domestic disturbance, responded to a complaint of erratic operations (unable to locate vehicle), and gave a warning for speeding.