The Islesboro Department of Public Safety reported the following activity from June 8 to June 27.

June 27

Public Safety Director Fred Porter conducted a radar detail on Reeby Road. There were no violations.

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. There were three violations.

Porter conducted a radar detail on Main Road. There were no violations.

Porter conducted a shellfish detail on Ryder Cove Lane.

Officer Nickolas Von Husen conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. There were no violations.

Von Husen conducted a radar detail on Main Road. One violation was cited.

Von Husen responded to an alarm on Abrams Mountain Road.

June 26

Von Husen conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. There were no violations.

Von Husen summoned David Pike, 27, of Islesboro, for allegedly traveling 47 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Von Husen conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. There were two violations.

Von Husen conducted business checks on Main Road and Airport Road. All of the properties were secure.

Von Husen received a complaint of suspicious activity on Ryder Cove Lane. The complaint is still under investigation. Porter assisted with the complaint.

June 25

Von Husen conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. There were no violations.

June 24

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. One violation was cited.

Porter conducted a shellfish detail on Point Comfort Road. There were no violations.

Porter received a complaint on Main Road.

June 23

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. Two violations were cited.

June 22

Porter received a complaint on Ferry Road regarding an ongoing investigation.

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. There were no violations.

Porter received a report of an assault on West Shore Drive. The incident is still under investigation.

Porter received a public assistance request on Main Road. The request was completed with help from the Islesboro Health Center.

June 21

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. Five violations were cited.

Porter responded to an agency assist with Islesboro Ambulance.

June 20

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. Four violations were cited.

Porter investigated a report of suspicious activity on West Bay Road and determined the complaint was unfounded.

June 18

Porter received a report of criminal trespassing on Point Comfort Road. The complaint is still under investigation.

June 17

Porter received a report of a shellfish violation on Main Road. There was no violation.

June 15

Porter received a report of a theft on Church Turn Road. The theft is still under investigation.

Porter received a report of criminal mischief on Main Road. The complaint is still under investigation.

June 13

Von Husen conducted business checks on Main Road, Ferry Road and Alumni Drive. All of the properties were found to be secure.

June 12

Officer Matthew Nadeau conducted a radar detail on Main Road. There were no violations.

Nadeau responded to a report of a suspicious person on Main Road. The complaint is still under investigation.

Porter conducted a radar detail on Reeby Road. There were no violations.

Porter conducted a property check on Wood Lane. He determined the property was secure.

June 9

Porter responded to a 911 disconnect. After investigating, he determined it was a misdial and that all of the residents were okay.

June 8

Porter conducted a bail check on Main Road and found no violations.

Porter received an item that was lost. The item was later retrieved by the owner.

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.