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 Aug. 8:

Aug. 3

Chief Ron Young received a report of sheet metal being removed from a private building on Beach Road. The complaint is under investigation.

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

Aug. 4

Young assisted the Camden Police Department in serving a civil summons to a juvenile on Camden Road.

Young responded to a reported burglary on Stone Coast Drive in which an undisclosed amount of cash was reported stolen. The complaint remains under investigation.

Young received a complaint about an operator traveling into Breezemere Park with juveniles standing on both sides of the outside of the vehicle while the vehicle was traveling. Negative contact was made with the driver.

Aug. 5

Young responded to an alarm activation at Lincolnville Central School. Young determined the building was secure and the complaint was unfounded.

Aug. 6

Young is investigating a reported theft on Ducktrap Farm Road.

Aug. 7

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

Lincolnville police responded to two animal control complaints. Two dog owners were warned for unlicensed dogs and one for allowing a dog to be at large.

‘Over the limit, under the arrest’

Lincolnville police and the Bureau of Highway Safety announced the 2010 Operating Under the Influence High Visibility Enforcement Campaign will begin on Aug. 20 and run through Sept. 6. Lincolnville police will be targeting impaired drivers through high-visibility OUI details in efforts to enforce the “Drunk Driving: Over the Limit, Under Arrest” portion of the 2010 Summer Combined Enforcement.