The Islesboro Department of Public Safety reported the following activity from May 6 to May 22.

May 22

Officer Nickolas Von Husen responded to an alarm activation on Main Road.

May 20

Von Husen responded to an information complaint.

Von Husen responded to a 911 disconnect on Main Road. The call was a misdial and there was not an emergency.

May 16

Von Husen responded to Meadow Pond Road for a report of gunshots. An investigation determined fireworks were being set off on Main Road.

May 14

Von Husen responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Ferry Road. Meghan Delaney, 27, of Islesboro, was summoned for driving to endanger and issued a ticket for improper passing.

Von Husen responded to Ruthie James Road for an animal complaint.

May 9

Public Safety Director Fred Porter assisted the Islesboro Fire Department at the scene of a grass fire on Meadow Pond Road.

May 8

Porter received an animal complaint on Marshall Cove Road. A warning was given to the owner of dogs at large.

May 7

Porter assisted the Islesboro Fire Department with traffic control at the intersection of Mill Creek Road, Ferry Road and West Bay Road during a structure fire.

May 6

Porter conducted a property check on two properties at Wood Lane as a result of a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area. The properties were found to be secure.

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.