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.

The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending Feb. 16:

Feb. 10

Chief Ron Young received a report of a missing person on Fernald’s Neck Road. The person later returned home and was fine.

Young responded to a complaint of a subject at a storage barn on Belfast Road. Young later obtained a search warrant and recovered property items the complainant reported stolen at a location on Beach Road where an ongoing burglary investigation is being conducted by the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office and Lincolnville police.

Feb. 12

Young is investigating a reported burglary on Norton Pond. An ice shack was broken into and vandalized and an ice auger was reported stolen.

Young is investigating a reported burglary on Archibald Court. A private residence was reported entered and vandalized and a large amount of property was stolen. It is believed the prior residents removed several appliances from the residence when they left.

Both complaints remain under investigation.

Feb. 16

Christine Hill, 19, of Morrill was issued a summons for speeding 43 mph in a 25 mph zone by Officer Robert Cartier on Main Street.

Cartier responded to a report of loose cattle that had broken free of a fence and were obstructing traffic on Belfast Road. The owner was contacted and the cows returned home.

Young received a complaint of a suspicious person on Scoppa Road. The complaint remains under investigation.