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 Searsport Police Department reported the following activity between March 8 and March 15.

An error appeared in last week’s blotter. Susan Coe, 55, of Belfast was summoned and was not arrested. It was a reporting error.

March 8
Police addressed parking problems on East Main Street.

Police responded to an alarm at the former Maine School Administrative District 56 superintendent’s office on Mortland Road.

Police were called to a Prospect Street home for an out-of-control 10-year-old. The child was taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center for an evaluation.

March 9
John A. Sprague, 50, of Warren was summoned for an inspection sticker violation on Route 1.

Police responded to a second alarm at the superintendent’s office on Mortland Road.

March 10
Police assisted Searsport Ambulance with a medical call.

Police are investigating an unlawful entry into a residence at Mariner Woods apartments on Mortland Road.

Police are investigating a harassment case between students at Searsport District Middle School.

March 13
Shugin Xing, 43, of Bar Harbor was summoned for speeding 67 mph in a 50 mph zone on Route 1 and for failure to show proof of insurance.

Ryan S. Flannery, 24, of Northport was arrested following a car crash at the corner of Mt. Ephraim and Nichols roads, where he broke off a telephone pole. After being taken to Waldo County General Hospital, Flannery was arrested and charged with operating under the influence, violation of conditions of release, attaching false registration plates, operating an unregistered motor vehicle more than 150 days past-due, failure to show proof of insurance, inadequate tires and a probation violation.

In total, police responded to 34 calls for service during the week.