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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Jan. 14 to Jan. 18.

Jan. 14

Sgt. Jason Hall responded to Sea Street with the Camden First Aid Association for a medical call.

Officer John Tooley responded to the area of Main Street for a utility problem. The responsible parties were notified of the issue.

Jan. 15

Officer Arthur Smith responded to Union Street for a threatening complaint. Arianna Scott, 18, of Rockport was issued a summons for terrorizing.

Smith responded to East Fork Road for a car and deer accident.

Officer Paul Spear conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Lt. Randy Gagne responded to Route 52 for a single vehicle accident with no injuries.

Spear responded to Thomas Street for a traffic hazard. The disabled vehicle was later removed from the road.

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

Spear responded to Washington Street for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Eaton Avenue for a residential alarm.

Weaver responded to Route 1 for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Weaver responded to Sherman’s Point Road for a residential alarm.

Bobbi Paperello, 25, of Camden was issued a summons for failure to register a motor vehicle that was between 30 and 150 days past due.

Jan. 16

Spear responded to Mechanic Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire alarm.

Spear responded to Route 1 for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Spear responded to the public landing to assist the Maine Warden Service with locating an individual.

Weaver responded to Elm Street for an erratic vehicle complaint. The operator was warned for operation.

Sarah Pascal, 26, of Montville was issued a summons for an expired registration 30 to 150 days past due and an insurance violation.

Richard Hayes, 57, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speed.

Jan. 17

Weaver and Officer Curt Andrick responded to Bay View Street for a disorderly complaint. The parties were separated and moved along.

Andrick responded to Barnestown Road for a suspicious vehicle complaint.  The officer made contact with the operator and no violations were found.

Spear responded to Victoria Road with the Camden First Aid Association for a medical call.

Chief Phil Roberts responded to Mechanic Street for a traffic hazard complaint.

Danny O’Brien, 46, of Rockport was arrested for operating a motor vehicle after habitual offender revocation and was issued a summons for speed, an insurance violation and alteration of registration plates.

Jan. 18

Andrick responded to Elm Street for a suspicious person complaint. The individuals left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Spear responded to Hosmer Pond Road with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Spear responded to Pleasant Street for a parking problem. No violations were found.

Spear responded to Mountain Street for a single-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Sgt. Mike Geary responded to Barnestown Road for a traffic hazard complaint. The situation was resolved.

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