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 criminal proceedings.

Lincolnville police reported the following activity for the activity period ending Feb. 5:

Jan. 23

Chief Ron Young was dispatched to a burglary complaint on Searsmont Road. While en route it was determined the complaint was in Searsmont. Young arrived and determined the residence was secure and deemed the complaint to be a false alarm.

Chief Young responded to an agency assist complaint from Camden Police Department regarding a tractor trailer truck traveling with a broken wheel. Young waited at the town line for the Camden officer.

Jan. 24

Officer Ryan Nickerson received a complaint from a Greenacre Road resident of suspicious activity which had occurred the night before. Nickerson was unable to make contact with the homeowner and the incident remains under investigation.

Officer Nickerson responded to Thurlow Road for a dispute over a motor vehicle registration. The person was advised it was a civil matter.

Jan. 25

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

Officer Curt Andrick responded to Marriners Drive to investigate a complaint of a person who had reportedly been bitten by a dog; the dog was later identified by the victim and the owner was served with a 10-day home quarantine notice on Jan. 30 by Officer Brian Lunt.

Jan. 31

Dallas Walton, 27, of Lincolnville was arrested on an outstanding warrant on Hope Road by Officer Ryan Nickerson for failure to pay fines for operating after suspension. Walton was taken to Waldo County Corrections.

Officer Nickerson conducted an agency assist for the Knox County District Attorney’s office and served paperwork to a Belfast Road resident.

Officer Nickerson responded to Thurlow Road for an agency assist to the Rockport Police Department of service of paperwork. No contact was made with the subject.

Officer Nickerson served a temporary restraining order to a Thurlow Road resident.

Officer Nickerson responded to Camden Road for a complaint of an abandoned vehicle which was blocking the removal of snow. Nickerson contacted the vehicle owner and it was removed.

Feb. 1

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

Chief Young was notified of a property-damage accident which had occurred on Searsmont Road. Jennifer Debrowsky, 33, of Rockport was operating a 2008 GMC Acadia when the vehicle slipped off the roadway while traveling north and struck a pole, denting her vehicle’s right doors and fender. The driver’s side mirror had also been broken. Young reported the driver sustained no injuries.

Feb. 2

Chief Young attended a speaking engagement at Camden Hills Regional High School regarding the mentoring project.

Officer Andrick responded to Harbor Point Drive for a reported property-damage accident. Camilla Walker, 16, of Lincolnville had been operating a 2005 Mercury Sable when she lost control of the vehicle on the private road due to freezing rain. Andrick reported damage to the sign and to the front driver’s-side bumper area. Andrick reported no injuries to the driver.

Officer Andrick received a complaint from a vehicle owner whose windshield was damaged by rocks from a passing vehicle. The complainant was advised it was a civil matter.

Feb. 4

Sam Glover, 27, of Lincolnville was issued a civil summons by Officer Brian Lunt for harboring a dangerous dog on Marriners Drive.

Linda Miller, 68, of Liberty was summoned by Officer Merl Reed for operating after suspension and arrested on an outstanding warrant for unpaid fines for a charge of operating while driver’s license was suspended or revoked on Main Street. Miller was taken to Waldo County Corrections without incident.

Officer Reed conducted a stationary radar detail on Main Street. Two citations were issued for speed.

Officer Lunt conducted a traffic control detail at Cellardoor Winery for a Winterfest event.

Officer Reed received an alarm activation on Bay Road. While en route Reed was informed by the security company that the alarm was set in error and had been canceled.

Officer Reed received a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. Reed was out of position and no contact was made with the vehicle.

Aaron Dallman, 22, of Belfast was summoned by Officer Reed for an inspection violation on Atlantic Highway.

George Gaprindashuili, 40, of Portland, Ore. was summoned by Officer Reed for speeding (41 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) on Main Street.

Lisa Decker-Griffith, 46, of Lincolnville was issued a citation for an expired inspection sticker (more than 180 days past due) by Officer Reed on Main Street.

Rayne Hanke-Ledwith, 18, of Belfast was issued a citation for speeding (40 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) by Officer Reed on Main Street.

Amberlie Gibson, 22, of Appleton was issued a citation for speeding (47 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) by Officer Reed on Main Street.

Animal control

Lincolnville police responded to four animal control complaints during the reported activity period.