Islesboro Police blotter

Jun 05, 2010

Islesboro — An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.

Law enforcement officials with the Islesboro Police Department responded to the following complaints and issued the following summonses from May 18 through May31.

May 18

Officer Fred Porter responded to a residential burglar alarm at East Wharf landing. There was no incident.

May 19

Porter received a complaint of a vehicle striking a deer on Main Road. The deer was dead and there was no reportable damage to the vehicle.

May 20

Porter received a complaint of a residential burglar alarm at East Wharf landing. There was no incident.

May 21

Porter conducted a radar detail on Pendleton Point Road. He made two stops for speed warnings.

May 24

Porter responded to a complaint of theft from a residence on Pendleton Point Road. A TV and radio were among items taken from the scene. This case is currently under investigation. Anyone who has information about the case is encouraged to contact the Islesboro Police Department at 734-6787.

May 25

Porter received a civil complaint between a landlord and tenant.
The complaint is closed.

May 27

Porter responded to a 911 hang-up on Pendleton Point Road. No criminal activity was discovered; the homeowner misdialed.

Porter received a complaint of theft from a shed on Ruthie James Road. Miscellaneous tools were taken. The complaint is still under investigation.

May 28

Porter conducted a radar detail on Main Road and made one stop for a speed warning.

May 29

Porter responded to a residential burglar alarm East Wharf Landing. It had been activated by the homeowner.

May 30

Porter responded to a report of a vehicle that hit a railing at Grindle Point. The incident had been reported to the Town Office. The complaint is still under investigation.

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