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 proceeding.

The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the period ending Nov. 29:

Nov. 16

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

Tyler Grindle, 18, of Lincolnville was arrested by Chief Young on a warrant arrest for failing to appear in court for charges of operating under the influence and operating after suspension. Grindle was transported to Knox County Jail.

Chief Young responded to a welfare check request on Belfast Road. The subject was reportedly fine.

Nov. 17

Chief Young responded to a disturbance at Lincolnville Heath Care Center. A male subject was transported to Waldo County Hospital for evaluation.

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Main Street. No contact was made with the vehicle.

Chief Young responded to a wildlife complaint of a reported injured deer on Heather Hill Road. After locating the deer, which ran off, Young notified the Maine Warden Service.

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation on Pattison Drive. The building was determined secure and the alarm had been activated in error.

Chief Young responded to Beach Road for service of paperwork for District Court.

Nov. 18

Officer Brian Lunt conducted a traffic detail on Atlantic Highway. Four written warnings were issued for speed and defects.

Officer Lunt attempted to serve paperwork to a subject on Hemlock Drive. No contact was made with person.

Nov. 21

Chief Young responded to a personal injury accident on Atlantic Highway. A 1992 Volvo being operated by Lauren Taylor, 22, of Warren was traveling north on Atlantic Highway when a 2012 Chevrolet operated by Helen Minsker, 52, of Chicago attempted to pull out off a driveway headed south. The vehicles collided head-on, according to police. The drivers reportedly incurred minor injuries, but police said the injuries were not life-threatening.

Chief Young responded to a littering complaint on Shag Rock Point. The complaint is under investigation.

Nov. 28

Chief Young conducted a speaking engagement at Camden Hills Regional High School addressing the increasing concern of bath salt abuse.

Nov. 29

Chief Young conducted a radar detail at Lincolnville Central School on Hope Road. No violations were reported.

Rabies clinic and dog licenses

Chief Young reminds dog owners there will be a free rabies clinic for dogs and cats to be held on Saturday, Dec. 10 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the old Center Fire Station on Main Street. All dogs must be on a leash and cats are to be restrained in a carrier. Dog licenses expired on Dec. 31 and can be renewed at the town office.