Law enforcement officials with the Stockton Springs Police Department reported the following recent activity:

April 23

Officer Richard “Mac” Sullivan responded to a 911 disconnect at the Stockton Springs Elementary School. When the officer arrived he learned school staff placed the call after a student became upset, ran out of the school and headed toward the road. The student, who had returned to the school before Sullivan arrived, was not injured.

April 25

A resident reportedly found a Daisy pellet gun alongside the Cape Jellison Road and turned the item into staff at the Stockton Springs Town Office. Anyone who is missing a pellet gun is asked to contact Stockton Springs Police Department Supervisor Merl Reed at 567-3404.

April 27

Police responded to a report of a wallet that the complainant believes was misplaced somewhere along Route 1. The investigation continues.

April 28

Dylan Duca, 19, of Biddeford, operating under the influence and illegal transportation of liquor by a minor.

Eben Belcher, 19, of Winterport, possession of liquor by a minor (consumption).

Readers are reminded that 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 in court.