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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Jan. 4 to Jan. 9.

Jan. 4

Officer Arthur Smith responded to Bay View Street for a parking problem. The vehicle was removed.

Officer Brook Hartshorn responded to Belfast Road for a residential alarm.

Hartshorn responded to Bay View Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Hartshorn responded to Barnestown Road for a traffic hazard. The homeowners were advised not to move snow into the road.

Hartshorn responded to Cobb Road for a single vehicle accident with no injuries.

Hartshorn responded to Washington Street to assist a citizen with fingerprinting.

Officer John Tooley responded to Cobb Road for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Tooley responded to Elm Street for a civil issue. The complainant was advised of their options.

Smith responded to Hoffses Drive with the Camden First Aid Association for a medical call.

The Smokestack Grill was issued a summons for allowing minors to consume liquor.

Jan. 5

Smith responded to Colcord Avenue for a trespassing complaint. Two individuals were warned for trespassing.

Smith responded to Colcord Avenue for a criminal mischief complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Hartshorn responded to High Street for a nuisance complaint. The officer spoke with the parties involved and the situation was resolved.

Hartshorn responded to Washington Street to assist a citizen with fingerprinting.

Hartshorn responded to Belfast Road to investigate a 911 hang-up.

Hartshorn received a juvenile problem complaint on Union Street. The officer spoke with the juveniles and no further police involvement was needed.

Smith responded to Washington Street for an animal problem. One individual was warned for dog at large.

Rene Gagnon, 56, of Waterbury, Conn., was issued a summons for speed.

Matthew Dufour, 21, of Rockport was arrested for violation of conditions of release.

Jacob Crawford, 26, of Lincolnville was arrested for violation of conditions of release.

Jan. 6

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

Smith responded to Ragged Mountain Road for a residential alarm.

Hartshorn conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Lt. Randy Gagne responded to Tannery Lane for a property damage complaint.

Hartshorn responded to Union Street for a harassment complaint. The complainant was advised how to obtain a protection from harassment order.

Hartshorn responded to Belfast Road to assist a citizen with a disabled vehicle.

Tooley responded to Pleasant Ridge Drive for a stray animal complaint.

Smith responded to John Street for a nuisance complaint. The situation was resolved.

Jan. 7

Officer Paul Spear responded to Main Street for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Washington Street for a disorderly complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Curt Andrick responded to Park Street for an animal problem. The animal was removed from the area.

Andrick responded to Barnestown Road for a business alarm.

Sgt. Jason Hall responded to Jacobs Avenue for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Jan. 8

Spear responded to Washington Street to assist a citizen with fingerprinting.

Spear responded to Washington Street for a harassment complaint.

Hall responded to Free Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Weaver responded to Rawson Avenue for a threatening complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Weaver responded to Washington Street to investigate a 911 hang-up.

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

Mark Peterson, 22, of Thomaston was issued a summons for an inspection violation.

Jason Howie, 21, of Belfast was arrested for violation of a protection order and violation of conditions of release.

Jan. 9

Spear responded to Elm Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Hall responded to Elm Street for a civil issue. The complainant was advised of their options.

Steven Dunn, 56, of Camden was arrested for a probation violation.

Jan. 10

Andrick responded to Elm Street for a suspicious complaint. Nothing out of the ordinary was found.

Spear responded to Matthew John Avenue for a well-being check. The individual was located and denied needing any assistance.