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. 11 to Jan. 15.

Jan. 11

Troopers Greg Vrooman and Scott Quintero responded to a report of a suicidal subject in Appleton. The male was transported to Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport for an evaluation. Knox County Deputy Reggie Walker assisted.

Trooper Luke Cunningham responded to a report of a domestic incident on Buzzell Hill Road in Hope. It was an argument between two people. No charges were filed and the two were separated for the night.

Jan. 13

Troopers Jeremiah Wesbrock and Quintero conducted a welfare check on Sennebec Road in Union. A call was received from Canada about comments on a 16-year-old male’s Facebook page. The teen and his parents were contacted about his comments.

Quintero investigated a telephone harassment complaint in Union. Investigation revealed the calls were coming from the complainant’s doctor.

Quintero stopped Caleb White, 47, on Route 1 in Warren for a vehicle defect. White was summoned for failure to display a valid inspection sticker and operating after suspension.

Jan. 14

Trooper Adam McNaughton stopped to assist a vehicle with a flat tire in Waldoboro. Kenneth Dobson, 34, of Boothbay was summoned for operating without a license.

Jan. 15

Trooper Pat Hood stopped Frank Maddocks, 38, on Campground Road in Appleton for speeding. Maddocks fled on foot and after a short chase he was arrested. Maddocks was taken to the Knox County Jail where he was charged with operating after suspension and illegal attachment of registration plates.

McNaughton stopped Jeremy Ketcham, 19, in Waldoboro. Ketcham was summoned for operating after suspension.

Wesbrock responded to a report of a family fight on Jasmine Lane in Union. The complainant reported her daughter was out of control. The teen agreed to listen to her mother after speaking with the trooper.