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 from April 12 to May 3.

April 12

Sara Whitney, 26, of Rockport was issued a summons for speeding 64 mph in a 45 mph zone on Beach Road by Officer Brian Lunt.

April 19

Lunt conducted radar details on Hope Road and Slab City Road. One written warning was issued for speed and one was issued for failure to stop at stop sign.

April 20

Stephanie Bartlett, 33, of Searsmont was issued a criminal summons for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer by Chief Ron Young for an offense that occurred March 16 on Narrows Road in Lincolnville.

April 23

Aaron Upton, 25, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 40 mph zone on Slab City Road by Young.

Young responded to the Lincolnville Ferry Terminal after receiving a report that an individual with an outstanding arrest warrant had boarded the ferry departing Islesboro. When the ferry reached Lincolnville, Young boarded the ferry and arrested Douglas Wade, 38, residence unknown, on a warrant for felony trafficking in scheduled drugs.

At the time of Wade’s arrest, he had an additional warrant of arrest for charges in Penobscot County. Wade was transported to the Knox County Correctional Facility Center by Sgt. Jacob Boyington of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. Further charges are pending.

April 26

Young responded to a complaint of suspicious activity on Atlantic Highway. Young determined the windshield of a car had been damaged by a rock and it was not foul play.

Young responded to a complaint of a suspicious person at Lincolnville Beach. Young made contact with the individual and determined the complaint unfounded.

April 28

Young responded to an assault complaint on Atlantic Highway. The complaint began as a road rage incident in Northport that ended in Lincolnville when the female victim pulled into a driveway to avoid the offending motorist.

The second vehicle, also operated by a female motorist, pulled in behind her. The female in the second vehicle then exited the vehicle and assaulted the complainant. The victim was punched in the face and suffered a cut lip and possible broken nose. She was treated at the Lincolnville Regional Health Center and released.

The woman driving the second vehicle was described as being in her late 20s, approximately 5 feet, 6 inches tall, with brown hair and many freckles. She was wearing a white tank top, blue jeans and large, oversized sunglasses. She was traveling with a male passenger, described as approximately 6 feet, 2 inches tall, unshaven and wearing a white baseball cap.

The vehicle was described as a silver Volkswagen Passat. Anyone with information on the couple or the vehicle is urged to contact Young at the Lincolnville Police Department at 763-3555. The incident remains under investigation.

Young responded to a harassment complaint on Thurlow Road. Savanah Poland was issued a verbal warning by Young on harassment.

April 29

Young received a report of a vicious dog at large on Crowley Road. Officer Robert Cartier is conducting the follow up.

May 3

Sydni Barham, 22, of Belmont was issued a summons for speeding 40 mph in a 25 mph zone on Main Street by Cartier.

Cartier responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Camden Road. A road sign was vandalized with black spray paint. The complaint remains under investigation.