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 some later criminal proceedings.

The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the period June 28 to July 10.

June 28

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a reported theft of $1,300 in jewelry from a residence on Belfast Road. The complaint is under investigation.

June 29

Lunt responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle
on Belfast Road. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

Chief Ron Young responded to a criminal mischief complaint on High Street in which a street sign was stolen and the sign post damaged.

July 1

Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint of a vehicle operating erratically on Slab City Road. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

Anthony Fitch, 43, of Rockland was issued a summons for speeding 54 mph in a 40 mph  zone by Officer Curt Andrick on Camden Road.

Judith Crosby, 58, of Camden was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 40 mph zone by  Andrick on Belfast Road.

Gregory Bowen, 32, of Belmont was issued a summons for speeding 55 mph in a 40 mph zone by Andrick on Camden Road.

Marilyn Caron, 61, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 45 mph zone by Lunt on Belfast Road.

Jacobus van der Ven, 21, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 45 mph zone by Lunt on Belfast Road.

Young received a theft complaint of an antique boat anchor that was stolen from a business on Atlantic Highway. The complaint remains under investigation.

Andrick responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle on Atlantic Highway. Andrick stopped the vehicle and made contact with a male driver who was warned for operation.

Young conducted a bail check on Springbrook Drive. No conditions were violated.

July 5

Officer Robert Cartier responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle on Atlantic Highway. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

July 6

Young received a harassment complaint from a Main Street resident. Crissi Pendleton, 37, of Lincolnville was warned for harassment.

Tara Fuller, 34, of Belfast was issued a summons for speeding 49mph in a 25 mph zone by Cartier on Main Street.

Ronata Lahner, 38, of Rodondo, Calif., was issued a summons for speeding 44 mph in a 25 mph zone by Cartier on Main Street.

Peter Tranchell, 59, of Hope was issued a summons for speeding 58 mph in a 45 mph zone on Belfast Road by Cartier.

Lyndon Pendleton, 59, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speeding 39 mph in a 25 mph zone by Robert Cartier on Main Street.

July 7

Tobias Seliger, 30, of Lincolnville was arrested for domestic violence assault by Young after Young responded to a domestic disturbance complaint on Hope Road. Seliger was transported by Young to Waldo County Corrections.

July 8

Young is investigating a fraud complaint on Hope Road.

July 9

David Jones, 44, of Swanville was issued a summons for speeding 54 mph in a 40 mph zone on Camden Road By Andrick.

Roderick Norberg, 43, of Belfast was issued a summons for speeding 56 mph in a 40 mph zone by Andrick on Camden Road.

Andrick responded to a complaint of suspicious activity on Thurlow Road. Two subjects were spoken to and the complaint cleared. No suspicious activity was observed.

July 10

Officer Merl Reed responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Atlantic Highway. One subject was removed from the premises of a restaurant by Reed and no further action was taken.

John Monroe, 40, of Winterport was issued a summons for speeding 48 mph in a 30 mph zone by Reed on Hope Road.

Parker Laite, 76, of Camden was issued a summons for speeding 45 mph in a 30 mph zone by Reed on Hope Road.

Linda Payson, 49, of Union was issued a summons for speeding 51 mph in a 30 mph zone by Reed on Hope Road.

Margaret Tracy, 53, of Hope was issued a summons for operating an unregistered motor vehicle (over 90 days) by Reed on Main Street.

General news

Lincolnville Police responded to six animal control complaints; one warning was issued for an unlicensed dog and one warning issued for an unregistered dog. Animal Control Officer Ron Young advises citizens that if they encounter a stray dog not to attempt to put the animal into their vehicle or restrain the animal.

The animal should be left where it is and notification of the stray can be made through Waldo County Communications at 338-2040. A person may remain with the dog, but it is discouraged to transport to another town or animal shelter without first speaking with an animal control officer or police officer. If the animal is wearing a tag, it is helpful to give that information to the dispatcher.