Wiscasset Police Department reported the following for June 15-30:
June 17, Kristin Crowley, 35, of Wiscasset was arrested on a warrant out of Androscoggin County, by Chief Larry Hesseltine.
June 20, Vlad Palli, 23, of Richmond was arrested for OUI (1 Prior), Operating without a License, Escape and Violation of Conditions of Release, by Hesseltine.
June 22, James Murphy, 41, of Woolwich was arrested for Violation of Conditions of Release, Assault on an Officer, Refusing to Submit to Arrest/Detention and Terrorizing, by Barnes, assisted by Hesseltine.
June 23, Jeffrey Howard, 58, of Wiscasset was arrested for Domestic Violence Criminal Threatening and Attempted Domestic Violence Assault, by Officer Jonathan Barnes.
June 20, Benjamin Dauphin, 34, of Wiscasset was summonsed for Operating After Suspension and Violation of Conditions of Release, by Barnes.
June 27, Anthony Southall, 41 of Mcintosh, Alabama was summonsed for Failure to Register a Motor Vehicle, by Hesseltine.
June 30, Nicholas Miller, 26, of St. George was summonsed for Violation of Bail Conditions, by Barnes.
June 23, Barnes responded to an accident on Main Street. Heidi Laflamme, 54, of Damariscotta was traveling southbound when she was rear-ended by a vehicle being operated by Hannah Biron, 18, of Gray. No injuries were reported.
June 24, Hesseltine responded to an accident on Bradford Road. Jennifer Fish, 42, of Kingfield was traveling southbound when a deer ran out in front of her and she was unable to avoid it. No injuries were reported.
June 24, Officer Nathan Willhoite responded to an accident on Bath Road. Garret Day, 18, of Newcastle was traveling northbound when he reportedly fell asleep at the wheel. Day’s vehicle left the road, scraping a tree and coming to a rest on the corner of Birch Point and Bath roads. No injuries were reported.
June 27, Hesseltine responded to an accident on Birch Point Road. Thomas Avery, 21, of Wiscasset was northbound and making a right hand turn between the storage units when he struck the building. No injuries were reported.