The Wiscasset Police Department reports the following activity for the week ending June 16:
Justin Foye, 38, Wiscasset, operating after license suspension, operating under the influence, operating without registration/reciprocity.
Gary Judkins, 66, Boothbay Harbor, failing to wear seat belt.
Derek Orr, 39, Wiscasset, failure to register vehicle.
David Perry, 34, Phippsburg, negotiate a worthless instrument.
Terry Ross, 57, Alna, inspection.
James Seeburger, 24, Ambler, Pa., motor-vehicle speeding: 30-plus mph over speed limit.
June 10: At 3:50 p.m., Officer Cory Hubert responded to a crash on Route 1 approximately 500 feet north of Water Street. A 2019 Ford cargo van operated by Chester Mank, 86, of Warren, was following too closely and caused a chain-reaction crash, rear-ending a 2018 Jeep operated by Cassidy Fielding, 23, of South Portland, which then hit a 1998 Dodge van operated by Ashley Moser, 39, of Oxford.
June 13: At 6:03 p.m., Officer Jonathan Barnes responded to a crash just south of the intersection of Bath Road and Oxhorn Road. A 2011 Subaru operated by Kevin Nolan, 24, of Brunswick, had turned southbound from Dragonfly Lane and was southbound on Bath Road following the roadway. A 2016 Volkswagen operated by Rebecca Greene, 62, of Camden, was at Dunkin’ Donuts on the east side of Bath Road and was trying to cross both lanes of travel to enter the Irving parking lot on the west side of Bath Road. Greene did not see Nolan exit Dragonfly Lane and proceeded to cross both lanes of travel, failing to yield the right of way.
June 14: At 4:10 p.m., Officer Barnes responded to a crash at the intersection of Bath Road and Flood Avenue. A 2018 Volvo operated by Eric Barker, 33, of Youngstown, N.Y., was northbound following the roadway. A 2001 Ford operated by Stephanie Clayter, 42, of Newcastle, was northbound following the roadway and followed too closely. Clayter was not able to stop when traffic slowed.
There were 125 calls for service.