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.

Maine State Police responded to the following calls from Jan. 4 to Jan. 8.

Jan. 4

Trooper Pat Hood investigated a late report of a burglary and theft on Waldoboro Road in Friendship. The complainant reported the burglary occurred during the first two weeks of December. Items stolen included hand tools and money. The investigation continues.

Jan. 5

Trooper Chris Rogers participated in an aggressive driving detail. On Route 1 in Warren, Christena Dow, 21, and Michael MacCoole, 21, were summoned for operating after suspension. On Route 131 in Warren, Sherry Smith, 38, and David Church, 21, were summoned for operating after suspension.

Jan. 6

Trooper Scott Quintero responded to a report of a residence alarm on Cross Road in Cushing. Prior to the officer’s arrival he was advised it was a false alarm.

Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock investigated a report of a burglary and theft on High Street in Warren. The homeowner reported his house had been broken into and items had been stolen. On Jan. 8, Quintero received information on some property and it was recovered on Middle Road in Warren. The investigation led to Diane Crudell, 42, who was summoned by Hood for burglary, theft, criminal mischief and violating condition of release. On Jan. 9, Wesbrock recovered the remainder of the items at a residence in Rockland.

Jan. 7

Hood stopped Michael Ward, 26, of Warren on Route 90 in Warren for a traffic violation. Ward was arrested on an outstanding warrant and taken to the Knox County Jail.

Hood and Trooper Adam McNaughton arrested Brandi Lailer, 24, of Warren at a residence on Village Street in Jefferson on outstanding warrants from Knox and Lincoln counties. She was taken to the Knox County Jail.

Troopers Chris Crawford and Jason Madore stopped Jaime Lincoln, 33, on Route 1 in Warren for a vehicle defect. Lincoln was charged with operating after suspension.

Troopers Hood, McNaughton, Madore and Crawford received information on a wanted subject in Waldoboro. Chad Sproul was located and charged with an outstanding warrant.

Quintero responded to a report of a home heating oil theft in Cushing. Investigation revealed it was a civil issue and the complainant was directed to contact the court.

Jan. 8

Quintero stopped Katherine Beal, 54, on Beechwood Street in Thomaston for an inspection violation. Beal was summoned for operating a vehicle with an expired registration more than 150 days and operating an uninspected vehicle.