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 Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the period ending Dec. 18:

Dec. 7

Chief Ron Young responded to a welfare check complaint on Atlantic Highway. The person was fine.

Chief Young responded to an agency assist request to Camden Police Department to conduct stationary patrol for a robbery suspect at the Camden town line. No contact was made with the suspect.

Chief Young responded to a property damage accident on Belfast Road. The accident was under $1,000 and not reportable.

Dec. 8

Officer Curt Andrick conducted an operating under the influence detail on Atlantic Highway and Hope Road. Andrick issued three summonses and performed seven traffic stops.

Lisa Pinkham, 50, of Thomaston was summoned for failure to provide proof of insurance by Officer Andrick on Atlantic Highway.

Lora Stanchfield, 55, of Dixmont was issued a citation for speeding (49 mph in a 30 mph posted zone) by Officer Andrick on Hope Road.

Kristi Williamson, 29, of Camden was issued a citation for speeding (44 mph in a 30 mph posted zone) by Officer Andrick on Hope Road.

Dec. 9

Chief Young responded to Belfast Road for a medical agency assist. The person was fine and assistance was called in error.

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

Janet Wiseley, 59, of Lincolnville was summoned for an expired inspection sticker (more than 120 days past due), operating an unregistered vehicle (more than 150 days past due) and failure to provide proof of insurance by Chief Young following a traffic stop on Youngtown Road.

John Hugh, 52, of Lincolnville was arrested by Chief Young for violation of conditional release following a detail bail check on Mullin’s Bog Road. Hugh was transported to Waldo County Corrections where he remained as of Dec. 12.

Officer Merl Reed conducted stationary radar detail on Main Street. Following a traffic stop for a defective plate light and excessive exhaust, passenger Melvin Wiley Jr., 56, of Searsmont was found to be on probation with Matt Magnusen. Wiley was transported to Waldo County Corrections for testing and was found to have consumed alcohol and subsequently was arrested for a probation hold.

Amy Drown, 37, of Warren was issued a citation for speeding 40 mph in a 25 mph posted zone by Officer Reed on Main Street.

Officer Reed conducted an OUI detail on Main Street. Jacob Veilleux, 21, of Thomaston was issued a summons for speeding 39 mph in a 25 mph posted zone. As a result of the traffic stop Veilleux was further summoned for operator possessing an open alcoholic container on a public way.

Officer Reed issued four defect warnings and one moving violation during the scheduled detail.

Kenneth Heidtmann, 47, of Belfast was issued a citation for speeding (55 mph in a 40 mph posted zone) on Ducktrap Road by Officer Reed.

Dec. 10

Officer Reed conducted an OUI detail on Belfast Road. Chad Walters, 18, of Belmont was summoned for illegal transportation of drugs by a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Reed issued an additional five written warnings for motor vehicle defects to separate motorists during the detail.

Chief Young conducted an animal control detail at the old fire station on Main Street for a rabies clinic. Young reported approximately 101 animals received vaccinations.

Officer Reed conducted a public assist for paperwork on Beach Road.

Officer Reed responded to Slab City Road to serve a criminal trespass notice. No contact was made with the subject.

Officer Reed conducted an agency assist for Knox Communications for a motor vehicle complaint traveling on Route 52. No contact was made with the subject.

Officer Reed responded to a 911 disconnect on Whitney Road. The caller had been intoxicated and dialed 911 in error.

Dec. 12

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

Chief Young responded to Atlantic Highway for a motor vehicle complaint of a subject living in a vehicle parked at Lincolnville Beach. Young made contact with the subject and she was warned to leave the area.

Chief Young conducted an agency assist for the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office in serving a criminal trespass order to Marilyn Pendleton, 68, on Slab City Road.

Officer Brian Lunt responded to Beach Road to serve a subpoena for Knox County District Court.

Dec. 13

Chief Young responded to Atlantic Highway for a friendly caller complaint. The person was fine.

Chief Young conducted a speaking engagement at Lincolnville Central School.

Officer Ryan Nickerson conducted an OUI detail on Main Street and Camden Road. Seven summonses, one arrest and two written warnings for defects were issued.

Sydney Aho-Tran, 20, of Lincolnville was stopped for a traffic stop for a defective headlight. After providing Officer Nickerson with false information and a subsequent driver license status check, Aho-Tran was arrested by Nickerson for operating under suspension with prior offenses and a revoked license and further summoned for intentionally failing to provide correct name, date of birth or address to a police officer. Aho-Tran was also given a written warning for the headlight. Passenger Matthew Ryan, 20, of Holden was summoned for possession of a usable amount of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia. Aho-Tran was transported to Waldo County Corrections by Nickerson and released the following day on secured bail.

Timothy Wyman, 39, of Lincolnville was summoned for speeding (40 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) and failure to provide proof of insurance by Officer Nickerson on Main Street. Wyman was issued a written warning for defective plate lights.

Laura Newsom, 39, of Belmont was issued a citation for speeding (51 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) and failure to provide proof of insurance by Officer Nickerson on Main Street.

Dec. 15

Chief Young responded to an alarm activation on Vancycle Road. The complaint was cleared prior to Young’s arrival.

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

Dec. 16

Chief Young responded to a fuel drive-off complaint at Drakes Store. The person was contacted and returned to the store and paid for the gas.

Chief Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle on Belfast Road. No contact was made with the driver.

Officer Curt Andrick conducted a traffic detail in Lincolnville Center for a Christmas caroling event.

Officer Andrick conducted an OUI detail on Atlantic Highway. One summons and seven written warnings were issued.

Kevin Craig, 44, of Searsmont was summoned by Officer Andrick for speeding (48 mph in a 30 mph posted zone) on Main Street.

Officer Andrick received an alarm activation complaint on High Street. The alarm was dismissed by Seacoast Security while Andrick was en route.

Animal control

Lincolnville police responded to three animal control complaints during the reported activity period. Chief Young reminds Lincolnville dog owners that 2011 dog licenses expire on Dec. 31.