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 a later criminal proceedings.

March 8

Chief Ron Young conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School. No violations were reported.

March 10

Officer Ryan Nickerson conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School. No violations were observed.

Nickerson conducted three business checks on Atlantic Highway. All buildings were secure.

March 11

Officer Nickerson responded to an unsecure building on South Chester Dean Road. Nickerson secured it and contacted the owner. No foul play was observed.

Chief Young did a welfare check on a citizen, who was fine.

Richard Stuart, 71, of Rockland, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for speeding 49 mph in a 30-mph posted zone on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Nickerson summoned the following people for failure to license dog(s): Maureen LaGage, James LaGage, Teresa Taylor, Glenn Johnson, Carrie Grindle and Susan Grant Johnson.

Officer Nickerson responded to a washout on Ducktrap Road. He set up traffic cones and notified a road crew.

Officer Nickerson assisted the Belfast Police Department with a fuel drive-off. The motorist was reportedly traveling toward Lincolnville; no contact was made.

Officer Nickerson conducted business checks on McKay Road, Atlantic Highway and Main Street. All buildings were secure.

March 14

Chief Young did a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. The citizen was fine.

March 16

Chief Young responded to a 911 disconnect on Beach Road. The call had been dialed in error.

March 22

Officer Curt Andrick responded to a complaint of telephone harassment on Atlantic Highway. One subject was issued a warning.

March 24

Chief Young did a welfare check on Belfast Road. The resident was fine.

Chief Young responded to a fuel drive-off complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the motorist.

Chief Young investigated a complaint of suspicious activity on Pinkham Drive.

March 26

Brittany Marston, 23, of Cushing, was summoned by Officer Merl Reed for speeding 53 mph in a 35-mph posted zone on High Street.

Officer Reed responded to an erratic operation complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the motorist.

Officer Reed responded to an alarm at Lincolnville Central School and observed an open door. Reed discovered no suspicious activity and secured the building.

March 29

Officer Andrick conducted a bail check on Youngtown Road. No contact was made with the subject.

Officer Andrick served two subpoenas.

March 30

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Main Street. No violations were observed.

Chief Young assisted a motorist on Atlantic Highway.

Chief Young conducted a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the resident.

March 31

Jennifer Thurlow, 20, of Vassalboro, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for failure to yield at a designated sign on Belfast Road. Thurlow was also summoned for failure to provide evidence of insurance and having no inspection sticker.

Donald Milliken, 53, of Lincolnville, was summoned by Officer Nickerson for speeding 65 mph in a 40-mph posted zone on Camden Road.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Hope Road. No violations were observed.

Officer Nickerson conducted a bail check on Youngtown Road. No violations were observed.

Chief Young assisted a TRIAD applicant on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Nickerson assisted a person locked out of a vehicle on Hope Road.

Officer Nickerson served a subpoena on Main Street.

Officer Nickerson assisted Maine State Police Trooper Jonah O’Roak with a complaint of fireworks being discharged at Point Lookout.

Officer Nickerson checked a business on Atlantic Highway. The building was secure.

April 1

Officer Nickerson responded to Atlantic Highway for a reported property-damage accident. The vehicle was gone.

Officer Nickerson assisted the Maine State Police at a two-vehicle property-damage accident on Atlantic Highway. Cindy Look, 54, of Columbia Falls was driving a 2005 Toyota north when she reportedly lost control on the snow-covered road, traveled into the opposite lane and struck a 2004 Ford Time Warner Cable truck head-on. The truck was operated by Michelle Drew, 49, of Augusta. Nickerson reported no injuries. The estimated property damage to the Toyota was $10,000 and to the Ford, $2,000. The Toyota was removed by Totman’s Towing and the Ford was removed by Stewart’s Towing.

Officer Nickerson responded to Beach Road for a motorist stuck in a driveway and conducted traffic control.

Officer Nickerson responded to Searsmont Road for a complaint of a motorist who passed through a Lincolnville Fire Department roadblock without stopping. Nickerson contacted  the driver, who was warned for operation.

Officer Nickerson responded to Hope Road to assist a motorist stuck in the ditch.

Officer Nickerson did a welfare check on Atlantic Highway. The resident was fine.

Officer Nickerson came upon a property-damage accident on Moody Mountain Road. Amanda Anderson, 32, of Searsmont, reportedly stated she was attempting to crest the hill when she lost traction of the sport-utility vehicle and slid backward into the ditch. Totman’s Towing removed the vehicle. Nickerson reported no injuries and no damage to the vehicle.

Officer Nickerson cleared a tree from Youngtown Road.

Officer Nickerson conducted business checks on Main Street and Beach Road. Both buildings were secure.

April 2

Officer Nickerson responded to an alarm on Mullins Bog Road. A Realtor had arrived at the residence and Nickerson determined the building was secure.

April 4

Chief Young investigated a complaint of criminal mischief to a mailbox and property damage on Camden Road.

April 5

Chief Young responded to Beach Road for a vehicle stuck on the side of the road. Camden Exxon removed the vehicle.

Chief Young investigated a property-damage accident on Martin Corner Road. A parked vehicle in a driveway had been struck, dismantling the left headlight. The incident remains under investigation.

Chief Young assisted a resident locked out of a vehicle on Thurlow Road.

Following a routine traffic stop, Officer Brian Lunt conducted a bail check on a motorist subject to bail conditions for search on Beach Road. No violations were observed. The motorist was issued a written warning for speed.

Chief Young said Lincolnville was selected to participate in the MaineDOT’s Radar Speed Board Trailer loaner program April 10-23. If residents have concerns about speeding in their neighborhoods, they may contact Karen at the Lincolnville Town Office by calling 763-3555, and the department will attempt to have the trailer placed in the noted locations.