The Islesboro Department of Public Safety reported the following activity from June 6 to June 26.

June 26

Public Safety Director Fred Porter received a speed complaint on Main Road.

June 25

Officer Matthew Nadeau conducted a business check on Airport Road.

Nadeau conducted a radar detail on Pendleton Point Road. He issued one warning.

Nadeau conducted an agency assist with Islesboro Wet Team on Ferry Road.

Nadeau conducted a radar detail on Main Road. One warning was issued.

Nadeau conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road.

Nadeau conducted a public assist on Main Road.

Nadeau checked a business on Alumni Drive.

June 24

Porter received an animal complaint on County Road.

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

Porter responded to a disturbance complaint on Main Road.

June 23

Porter received a theft complaint on Ferry Road. The complaint is under investigation.

June 22

Porter responded to an animal problem on Atterbury Lane.

June 21

Porter responded to an animal complaint on on Pendleton Point Road.

June 20

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road. Citations were issued.

June 19

Porter responded to a found-property complaint on Meadow Pond Road.

June 17

Porter conducted a parking enforcement detail on Ferry Road.

Porter conducted an agency assist with Islesboro EMS.

Porter checked businesses on Ferry Road.

June 16

Porter received a report of a 911 misdial on Ferry Road.

Porter responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Oregon Road.

June 15

Porter received a report of a 911 misdial on Pendleton Point Road.

June 11

Porter responded to a parking problem on Ferry Road.

Porter checked businesses on Ferry Road.

June 10

Porter received a report of criminal mischief on Pendleton Point Road.

Porter conducted an agency assist with Islesboro EMS.

June 9

Porter responded to a parking problem on Ferry Road. He issued three written warnings.

June 7

Porter conducted a public assist on Ferry Road.

Porter responded to a criminal mischief report on Ferry Road. The complaint remains under investigation.

Porter received a lost property report on Main Road. The property was later found by the owner.

June 6

Porter received an information complaint on Main Road.

Porter received a report of an alarm on East Shore Drive. 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.