The Islesboro Department of Public Safety reported the following activity from Oct. 19 to Nov. 7.

Nov. 7

Public Safety Director Fred Porter conducted house checks on Lee Drive, Bay Shore Lane and Billy Shore Drive.

Porter conducted a shellfish detail on Hutchins Island, Parkers Cove and Mill Dam. There were no violations.

Nov. 6

Porter responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Alumni Drive.

Nov. 4

Porter responded to an alarm on Shipyard Point Road.

Nov. 3

Porter conducted a house check on Ellis Lane.

Oct. 31

Porter conducted a shellfish detail on Hutchins Island and Mill Dam. There were no violations.

Porter responded to a theft complaint on Jennys Lane. The complaint is still under investigation.

Porter received a report of an alarm on Otter Creek Lane.

Porter received a report of gunshots on Meadow Pond Road.

Porter conducted a fish and game detail on Meadow Pond Road.

Oct. 29

Porter responded to a traffic hazard on Main Road.

Porter responded to a complaint about a prowler on East Shore Drive.

Oct. 25

Porter responded to a parking problem on Ferry Road. Two warnings were issued.

Oct. 24

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

Porter conducted property checks on Pendleton Point Road.

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

Oct. 23

Porter ran a background check for job applicants at the public safety office.

Porter responded to a harassment complaint on Meadow Pond Road. The complaint is still being investigated.

Porter received a criminal trespass complaint on Mill Creek Road. An investigation determined the complaint was unfounded.

Oct. 22

Porter received a report of an alarm on Aldrich Road. The alarm was later canceled.

Oct. 20

Porter responded to an alarm on Pendleton Point Road. An investigation determined there was not an issue.

Oct. 19

Porter received a report of an alarm on Pendleton Point Road. The alarm was later canceled.

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.