Wiscasset Police Blotter Feb. 4-17

Mon, 02/18/2019 - 11:30am

For the weeks of Feb. 4-17, Chief Larry Hesseltine reported the following activity:


On Feb. 6, Kara Overmiller, 25, of Boothbay Harbor, on a warrant for unpaid fines.

On Feb. 11, Terry Couture, 34, of Wiscasset, for Violating Conditions of Release and Disorderly Conduct, Offensive Words, Gestures.

On Feb. 12, Taylor Delano, 19, of Wiscasset, for Driving to Endanger, Eluding an Officer, Operating a Vehicle Without a License, and Speeding 30-plus mph over speed limit.


On Feb. 4, to Matthew Connellan, 61, of Whitefield, for Littering from Motor Vehicle and Driving to Endanger.

On Feb. 4, to Brett Hollowell, 47, of Richmond, for speed.

On Feb. 6, to Samuel Basset, 23, of Wiscasset, for OUI.

On Feb. 16, to Jolene Swain, 41, of Boothbay, for Failure to Show Proof of Insurance.

On Feb. 16, to Rebecca Schultz, 40, of Portland, for No Inspection Sticker.

On Feb. 16, to Phillip Goggin, 55, of Nobleboro, for Failure to Show Proof of Insurance.


On Feb. 5, Michael Boucher, 27, of South Portland stopped suddenly on the bridge between Wiscasset and Edgecomb when a vehicle in front of him also stopped suddenly. He was able to stop in time to avoid colliding with that vehicle, but was rear-ended by Patricia Bolles, 71, of Oak Bluff, Massachusetts. Police reported she was following too closely. A third vehicle, driven by Natasha Brown, 27, of Auburn, New Hampshire, rear-ended the Bolles vehicle. Police reported Brown was also driving too closely. Her vehicle had to be towed.

On Feb. 10, police investigated a truck vs. deer accident on Gardiner Road.

Police responded to 131 calls for service including 74 traffic or vehicle-related ones; 21 were property checks; and there were multiple medical emergencies, suicidal reports, welfare checks, pedestrian checks, three reports of theft, one report of harassment, trespass notice service, escort/transportation service, citizen assistance, police information, suspicious activity, an investigation of a missing person, who was reported safe, burglar alarms, sex offender registry, and community policing at the Father-Daughter Dance at Wiscasset Community Center and the Snowball Dance at Wiscasset Middle High School.