Camden Police blotter

Aug 28, 2014

Camden Police reported the following activity between July 22 and Aug. 26.

July 22

Justin Bowen, 33, of Camden was arrested for violating conditions of release by Officer Jeff Boudreau.

July 25

Christan Marston, 24, of Appleton was summoned for operating after suspension by Officer Allen Weaver.

July 26

James Main Jr., 29, of Camden was summoned for operating after suspension by Officer Weaver.

July 30

Sheila Muldoon, 58, of Brooks was summoned for failure to stop at a stop sign by Officer Brook Hartshorn.

Aug. 2

Marsha Kristopher, 20, of Rockland was summoned for operating after suspension by Sgt. John Tooley.

Aug. 4

Jason Corbett Jr., 18, of Linconville was summoned for possession of marijuana by Officer Wes Butler.

Tyler Hoppe, 18, of Hope was summoned for possession of marijuana by Officer Butler.

Aug. 6

Nicholas Apollonio, 67, of Rockport was summoned for failure to stop at a stop sign by Officer Boudreau.

Aug. 7

Joanna Glidden, 32, of Belfast was arrested for violation of bail conditions, operating under the influence (drugs) and operating after suspension by Sgt. Dan Brown.

Aug. 8

Bradley Wellman, 42, of Hope was summoned for failure to produce insurance by Officer Butler.

Nathan Lanphier, 33, of Lincolnville was arrested for violation of bail conditions and an outstanding warrant by Officer Butler.

Aug. 9

Keith Maguire II, 26, of Camden was arrested for operating under the influence by Sgt. Brown.

Samuel Gimlewicz, 18, of Camden was summoned for operating on a intermediate license between 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. by Officer Boudreau.

Aug. 14

Kaelyn Williams, 19, of Camden was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear by Officer Hartshorn.

Aug. 15

Jonathan Scott, 21, of Camden was arrested for violation of bail conditions and possession of scheduled drugs by Sgt. Brown.

Aug. 16

Sergio Heese, 27, of Rockland was arrested for criminal trespassing and summoned for possession of marijuana by Sgt. Brown.

Aug. 23

Robert Beerman Jr., 34, of Camden, was arrested for burglary by Officer Hartshorn.

Aug. 26

Tara Gardner, 51, of Camden was summoned for a dog-at-large by Officer Jeff Sukeforth.

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 criminal proceedings.

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