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 Islesboro Police Department reported the following recent activity:

Nov. 14

Chief Fred Porter responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Pendleton Point Road. The complaint remains under investigation.

Nov. 15

Chief Porter responded to a suspicious person complaint on Hatch Lane. The investigation continues.

Nov. 16

Chief Porter responded to a suspicious person complaint on Hewes Point Road, and is continuing his investigation into that complaint.

Nov. 17

Chief Porter responded to a traffic accident with damage on Pendleton Point Road. The accident remains under investigation.

Nov. 19

Officer Matthew Nadeau responded to a criminal mischief complaint at Main Road.

Nov. 20

Chief Porter responded to a traffic accident with damage on Main Road.

Nov. 21

Chief Porter responded to a traffic accident with damage on Ferry Road.

Nov. 23

Chief Porter responded to a traffic accident on Hermit’s Point.

Nov. 26

Officer Nadeau responded to a harassment complaint on Main Road. That complaint is still under investigation.

Nov. 29

Chief Porter investigated a threatening complaint on Meadow Pond Road. The case is still under investigation.

Chief Porter is continuing his investigation into a report of dogs chasing deer on West Bay Road.

Dec. 2

Chief Porter conducted an investigation into a suspicious person on Warren Landing Road. That complaint is still under investigation.