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. 24.

Aug. 16

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to a complaint of several gunshots being fired in a residential area near Atlantic Highway. Nickerson located the subjects firing the shots and determined that they had permission from the landowner to be target practicing on the private property.

Chief Ron Young is investigating the report of a suspicious person offering to pave driveways on Atlantic Highway. Young warns residents to be cautious of people offering their services to pave or patch driveways for low cost without documented credentials.

Officer Curt Andrick responded to an agency assist to the Camden First Aid Association on Main Street.

Aug. 17

Officer Robert Cartier responded to an alarm activation on Whitney Road. While en route to the alarm, Cartier was advised by the security company it was a false alarm.

Young responded to a theft complaint on Stone Coast Drive. As a result of the investigation, Tiffany A. Petronsky, 22, of Lincolnville was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, a Class C felony, for the theft of a laptop computer. Petronsky was transported to the Waldo County Jail.

Aug. 18

Colleen Kelley, 29, of Knox was issued a summons for speeding 54 mph in a 40 mph zone by Officer Brian Lunt on Camden Road.

Janet Abrahamson, 48, of Thorndike was issued a summons for speeding 39 mph in a 25 mph zone by Lunt on Main Street.

Aug. 19

Young is investigating a harassment complaint on Camden Road.

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

Aug. 20

Young responded to a property damage accident on Greenacre Road. A resident called and reported hearing a loud noise the previous night and in the morning discovered her mailbox was missing. Young discovered the mailbox located approximately 15 feet from the post and determined that the mailbox had been hit by a vehicle and then dragged underneath it. Young said the vehicle would have front-end damage, sit low to the ground and possibly have blue marks on the front bumper. Anyone with information is urged to contact Young at the Lincolnville Police Department at 763-3555.

Young arrested Richard Kennedy, 58, of Waldoboro for operating under the influence and driving to endanger following a traffic accident causing personal injury and property damage on Atlantic Highway.

Aug. 21

Cartier responded to a motor vehicle complaint of a motorcycle operating erratically on Atlantic Highway. Cartier made contact with the driver, who was warned for operation.

Cartier is investigating a fraud complaint from a Sand Hill Road resident.

Cartier responded to a threatening complaint on Pit Road. He spoke with two parties involved regarding an ongoing issue over two dogs.

Aug. 24

Paul Crowley, 56, of Lincolnville was summoned by Young for operating after suspension on Main Street.

Lincolnville police responded to four animal control complaints including reports of two lost dogs and a cat being thrown from a car and police issued a warning for a dog at large.