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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Dec. 29 to Jan. 3.

Dec. 29

Officer Arthur Smith responded to High Street for a residential alarm.

Smith responded to Washington Street for a traffic hazard complaint. The officer assisted with traffic control while the vehicle was removed from the road.

Smith responded to Elm Street for a theft complaint.

Smith responded to Union Street for a threatening complaint. Morgan Robinson, 25, of Camden was arrested for terrorizing.

Officer Brook Hartshorn responded to Elm Street for a well-being check. The individual was located and all set.

Amanda Heal, 25, of Owls Head was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

Dec. 30

Officer Curt Andrick responded to Union Street for a traffic hazard complaint. The hazard was removed from the road.

Andrick responded to Washington Street for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Andrick responded to Knowlton Street for a well-being check. The individual was located and did not require assistance.

Andrick responded to Elm Street for a harassment complaint. The situation was resolved.

Andrick responded to Limerock Street for an assault complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Paul Spear responded to Bay View Street for a residential alarm.

Spear responded to High Street to assist a citizen with concerns about a protection order.

Morgan Robinson, 25, of Camden was arrested for violating conditions of release.

Dec. 31

Lt. Randy Gagne responded to Elm Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Andrick responded to an animal problem. The stray dog was taken to the Camden-Rockport Animal Rescue League.

Smith responded to Grove Street for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Spear responded to Gillette Road for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Smith responded to Hope Road for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Spear responded to Belfast Road with the Camden Fire Department for a fire alarm.

Smith responded to Mount Battie Street for a missing person report. The individual was located and all set.

Lynn Tesseyman, 30, of Camden was issued a summons for failure to register a vehicle 30-150 days.

William Lane, 45, of Rockport was issued a summons for speed.

Jan. 1

Smith responded to Union Street to escort an individual to retrieve their belongings.

Smith responded to Union Street for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Smith responded to Mountain Street for a utility problem. The officer was not able to locate a problem.

Smith responded to Union Street for a trespassing complaint. Two individuals were issued trespass warnings.

Smith responded to Mechanic Street for an animal problem. The dog was returned to its owner.

Spear responded to Limerock Street for a juvenile problem. The officer was not able to locate the individuals.

Jan. 2

Andrick responded to Molyneaux Road for an animal problem. The stray dog was taken to the Camden-Rockport Animal Rescue League.

Andrick responded to Belfast Road for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Andrick responded to Elm Street for a theft complaint. The officer spoke with the individual involved and no theft had occurred.

Spear responded to Chestnut Street for a residential alarm.

Spear responded to Elm Street to escort an individual to retrieve their belongings.

Spear responded to Eaton Avenue for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Mountain Street for a well-being check. The officer was not able to locate the individual.

Jan. 3

Weaver responded to Chestnut Street for a parking problem. The vehicle was removed.

Weaver responded to Sea Street for a vehicle off the road. The vehicle had left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Hartshorn responded to Molyneaux Road for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Hartshorn responded to Molyneaux Road for a traffic hazard complaint. The homeowner was advised of the regulations for moving snow across a road.

Officer John Tooley responded to Knowlton Street for a domestic disturbance. The argument was verbal and the parties were separated for the night.

Tooley responded to Barnestown Road for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Smith responded to John Street for a trespassing incident. The individuals were moved along and warned for trespassing.