Damariscotta Police Blotter: Hit and run, and Rite Aid struck again

May 22nd, 2014 by admin Leave a reply »

Tuesday, May 13: Officer Jason Warlick took possession of found property.

Warlick responded to School Street on a report of a two vehicle motor vehicle accident involving John A. Komorowski, 54, of Damariscotta who was operating a 2013 Toyota and Jennifer S. Clark, 45, of Bristol who was operating a 2003 Hyundai. Komorowski was traveling North on School Street while Clark was traveling South on School Street. Clark crossed the center line and struck Komorowski’s vehicle in the door and bed causing him to go off the road and strike a telephone pole. Clark left the scene of the accident. She was subsequently arrested for leaving the scene of an accident, driving to endanger and texting while driving. She was also arrested for operating under the influence by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.

Mark Neary, 40, of Orono was summonsed for passing a stopped school bus by Warlick.

Warlick took a report of a theft from a local business.

Warlick responded to Great Salt Bay Community School on a report of a parking problem.

Warlick and Officer John Sylvester responded to Miles Memorial Hospital to assist with a patient.

Wednesday, May 14: Chief Ron Young responded to Tri-Bay Laundry on a report of suspicious activity.

Young responded to Heater Road on a report of suspicious activity.

Warlick responded to a report of an erratic operation.

Amanda M. Wallace, 31, of Bristol was summonsed to court for theft by Warlick.

Officer Tyson Fait assisted Miles Memorial Hospital with getting blue papers signed on a patient.

Deputy Chief Chad Andrews conducted a pedestrian

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