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 Dec. 5:

Nov. 30

Jennifer Grogan, 23, of Camden was summoned for speeding (72 mph in a 45 mph zone) by Officer Merl Reed on Belfast Road.

Officer Reed conducted an operating under the influence detail on Belfast Road. Six written warnings were issued for speed and five written warnings were issued for defects.

Chief Ron Young responded to a civil complaint on Hope Road. A person made other living arrangements and no further action was taken.

Chief Young responded to a suspicious activity complaint on Hope Road. The complaint is under investigation.

Dec. 1

William Klingelhofer, 58, of Rockport was issued a summons for speeding (47 mph in a 30 mph zone) by Officer Curt Andrick on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Andrick conducted an OUI detail on Atlantic Highway. Four written warnings were issued for speed and four written warnings were issued for defects.

Chief Young responded to a 911 hang-up on Mullin’s Bog Road. John Hugh, 52, of Lincolnville was subsequently arrested for domestic violence assault and taken to Waldo County Corrections where he was later released.

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

Brian Burch, 18, of Cushing was arrested by Chief Young for an outstanding warrant out of Knox County for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. Young further summoned Burch for possession of schedule Z drugs at the time of his arrest. Burch was taken to Waldo County Corrections where he remained as of Dec. 6. The driver of the vehicle, which initiated the traffic stop in which Burch was a passenger, was issued a written warning by Young for a defective windshield.

Chief Young conducted a public assist on Mullin’s Bog Road for a person to obtain belongings from a residence.

Chief Young received a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle on Atlantic Highway. Young was out of position and no contact was made with the driver due to Young being detained at a prior arrest.

Dec. 2

Chief Young responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Poland Road of posted signs being removed from private property. The complaint is under investigation.

Chief Young responded to Searsmont Road for an agency assist complaint. The subject was not at the location.

Dec. 3

Richard Glock, 79, was issued a summons for failure to stop for a stop sign by Officer Brian Lunt on Beach Road.

Elliot Lowe, 32, of Owls Head was summoned for speeding (44 mph in a posted 30 mph zone) by Officer Lunt on Atlantic Highway.

Officer Lunt conducted an OUI detail on Atlantic Highway. Two citations and three written warnings were issued for defects.

Dec. 5

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

Chief Young responded to a 911 hang-up on McKay Road. Young determined the call was placed in error.

Officer Reed conducted a stationary radar detail on Hope Road. No offenders were observed.

Officer Reed responded to a missing person complaint on Youngtown Road. A juvenile reported missing was located and no further action was required.

Officer Reed responded to an alarm activation complaint on Townhouse Road. The building was determined secure and the alarm had been activated by error.

Animal control

Chief Young reminds Lincolnville residents annual dog licenses expire on Dec. 31. A current rabies certificate is required at time of licensing unless we have your information on file.