The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the period ending July 28:

July 23

Chief Ron Young responded to a reported forgery complaint from a Greenacre Road resident.

Chief Young responded to a parking problem near the True Road and Slab City Road intersection. The area was also patrolled for a suspicious activity complaint.

Chief Young responded to a traffic offense on Slab City Road. Shawn Grosekemper, 43, of Northport was summoned for an inspection violation and issued a criminal citation for failure to register vehicle (no plates).

July 24

Chief Young responded to a reported assault complaint on Chapman Drive. A man was transported to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport for evaluation and then released to family. No criminal charges are pending at this time.

Chief Young received a reported theft complaint that occurred on Ducktrap Road. The incident is under investigation.

July 25

Chief Young responded to a welfare check on Garner Lane. The resident was fine.

July 26

Chief Young responded to a welfare check request on Belfast Road. The resident was fine.

Chief Young responded to a disturbance complaint on Chapman Drive. The incident was resolved by family members.

Chief Young received a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the operator.

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Searsmont Road. No violations were reported.

July 30

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Camden Road. Roger Kirby, 59, of Rhode Island was issued a citation for speeding 54 mph in a 40 mph posted zone.

Chief Young responded to a welfare check request on Belfast Road. The person was fine.

Chief Young conducted a citizen request for a radar detail on Camden Road.

Chief Young responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Greenacre Road. It is an ongoing civil issue, according to police.

Chief Young responded to a parking problem complaint on Fernald’s Neck Road. The person in violation was advised of the town parking ordinance and issued a verbal warning.

Aug. 2

Chief Young responded to a friendly caller check complaint on Belfast Road. The person was fine.

Chief Young responded to a wanted person complaint on Quarry Road. No contact was made with the subject.

Chief Young received a reported sex offense complaint. After being tracked by several law enforcement agencies the subject was located in Belfast arrested by Belfast Police Officer Brian Lunt.

Chief Young responded to a reported property damage accident on Atlantic Highway. Todd Bowman, 43, of Lincolnville was traveling north on Atlantic Highway and had slowed for traffic. A vehicle operated by Christopher Watters, 33, of Milford failed to stop and struck the back end of Bowman’s vehicle. Young reported no injuries to the drivers and minimal damage to both vehicles.

Aug. 3

Chief Young conducted a radar detail on Camden Road. No violations were reported.

Chief Young conducted a traffic stop on Beach Road of a traveling ice cream truck vendor. The operator was not in compliance of the town of Lincolnville Hawking [sic] & Peddling Ordinance and was issued a warning to obtain one from the town.

Chief Young responded to a personal injury traffic accident on Belfast Road. A 2009 Chevrolet which was towing a trailer operated by Patrick Mcgrath, 50, Hope, was stopped beside the roadway occupying half of the southbound lane, which caused the next vehicle in the traveling lane, a 2002 Dodge operated by Richard Craft, 53, Hope to stop abruptly; a third vehicle, also a 2002 Dodge, operated by Alvin Milner, 18, Lincolnville, was unable to stop and struck the back of Craft’s vehicle. Craft complained of back pain and was transported to the hospital by Camden First Aid Association. His vehicle was removed by Totman’ Wrecker Services.

Young responded to five animal control complaints during the reported activity period.

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.