Wiscasset Police Blotter Dec. 16-31

Mon, 01/06/2020 - 6:00pm

Chief Larry Hesseltine reported the following police activity for Dec. 16-31.

Arrests

On Dec. 17, Michael Nappi, 37, of Wiscasset for Fugitive from Justice; Operating After License Suspended or Revoked; Operating With Suspended Registration; and Failing to Make an Oral or Written Accident Report.

On Dec. 19, Zachari Dalton, 32, of Wiscasset for OUI (drugs or combo).

On Dec. 20, Matthew Hinkley, 31, of Wiscasset for Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Motor Vehicle Accident; and Driving to Endanger.

On Dec. 22, Michael Dunning, 29, of Bath for Fugitive from Justice.

On Dec. 25, Devere Cudo, 31, of Farmingdale for OUI (alcohol); and Failing to Notify of Accident.

On Dec. 27, Christie Tarbox, 29, of Wiscasset for OUI (alcohol).

On Dec. 28, Robert Desrosiers, 32, of Damariscotta for OUI (alcohol).

On Dec. 28, Jason Ladd, 35, of Wiscasset for Terrorizing;  Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention; Criminal Trespass; and Violating Conditions of Release.

Summonses

On Dec. 19, Brianna Breton, 18, of Wiscasset for Assault; and Unlawful Possession of Scheduled Drug.

On Dec. 23, Abby Bragdon, 33, of Wiscasset for Operating While License Suspended Or Revoked.

On Dec. 23, John Painter, 38, of Wiscasset for Attaching False Plates.

On Dec. 26, Michael Fairservice, 42, of Whitefield for Failure to Register Vehicle.

On Dec. 27, Matthew Pelletier, 34, of Wiscasset for Operating After Suspension and Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance.

Accident

On Dec. 22, at nearly midnight, police responded to a crash on Bath Road. A 2012 Ford car driven by Matthew Hinkley, 31, of Wiscasset left Schooner Inn/Bar and started northbound. After a couple hundred feet, Hinkley crossed the center yellow line into opposing traffic and struck a trailer being hauled by southbound 2012 Ford truck driven by William Cole, 36, of Springvale, who swerved to avoid the car. When the car came to a rest, Hinkley allegedly fled the scene on foot before police arrived. The car was towed due to disabling damage to the front. Hinkley was arrested the next day.

The  truck had no observable damage. There was significant damage to the trailer and minor damage to a snow sled on the trailer.