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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Jan. 29 to Feb. 7.

Jan. 29

Officer John Tooley responded to Mechanic Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Brook Hartshorn responded to Washington Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire alarm.

Hartshorn responded to Belfast Road for a fraud complaint.

Officer Arthur Smith responded to Barnestown Road to assist the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office in locating an individual.

Smith responded to Chestnut Street for a residential alarm.

Jan. 30

Tooley responded to Mountain Street to assist Rockland police in locating an individual.

Sgt. Mike Geary responded to Mt. Battie Street for a business alarm.

Geary received a harassment complaint on Cobb Road. The complainant did not wish to speak to an officer.

Geary responded to Beaucaire Avenue to investigate a 911 hang-up.

Geary responded to Chestnut Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Geary responded to Central Street for an animal welfare complaint. No violations were found.

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

Tooley responded to Elm Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Tooley responded to Bay View Street for a single vehicle off the roadway.

Jan. 31

Officer Paul Spear responded to Ames Terrace for a citizen assist.

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Ames Terrace for a nuisance complaint. The situation was resolved.

John Wallinga, 46, of Old Town was issued a summons for speed.

Shawna Peckham, 27, of Searsport was issued a summons for an insurance violation.

Feb. 1

Spear responded to Cobb Hill Road for a suspicious complaint. The officer spoke with the individuals involved and further police involvement was not necessary.

Spear responded to Spruce Street to investigate a 911 hang-up.

Spear responded to Washington Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Spear responded to Washington Street for a harassment complaint. The officer spoke with the complainant who did not wish to have further police involvement.

Spear responded to Mt. Battie Street for a burglary complaint. The officer was not able to locate any evidence of a burglary.

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

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

Feb. 2

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

Spear responded to Mt. Battie Street for a suspicious person complaint. Nothing out of the ordinary was found.

Spear responded to Washington Street for a bad check complaint.

Spear responded to Hosmer Pond Road for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Feb. 3

Spear responded to Mountain Street for a single vehicle off the roadway. There were no injuries.

Spear responded to Belfast Road for a single vehicle off the roadway. There were no injuries.

Spear responded to Highland Park Drive to investigate a 911 hang up.

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

Weaver responded to Elm Street for a theft complaint. The situation was resolved.

Weaver responded to Belfast Road for a traffic hazard complaint. The vehicle was removed from the roadway.

Weaver responded to Elm Street for a business alarm.

Weaver responded to Sea Street for a residential alarm.

Feb. 4

Hartshorn conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Hartshorn responded to Mechanic Street to investigate a 911 hang-up.

Hartshorn responded to Alden Street for a residential alarm.

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

Tooley responded to Elm Street for a parking problem. The vehicle was moved.

Tooley conducted a radar detail on Hosmer Pond Road.

Feb. 5

Smith responded to Bay View Street for a suspicious person complaint. The individual left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Smith responded to Harden Avenue for a parking problem. The vehicle was issued a ticket.

Smith conducted a radar detail on Belfast Road.

Hartshorn conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Smith responded to Bay View Street for an animal problem. The loose dog was returned to its owner.

Feb. 6

Smith responded to Mechanic Street for a disorderly person complaint. The individuals left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Smith responded to Mechanic Street for an assault complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Chief Phil Roberts responded to Barnestown Road for a civil complaint.

Tooley responded to Main Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Tooley responded to Main Street for a parking problem. The vehicle was issued a ticket.

Feb. 7

Tooley responded to Washington Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Smith responded to Annis Road for a suspicious vehicle complaint. Nothing out of the ordinary was found.

Smith responded to Barnestown Road for a business alarm.

Hartshorn responded to Knowlton Street for a business alarm.

Sgt. Jason Hall received a juvenile problem complaint on Mechanic Street. The situation was resolved.

Jessica Wilcox, 22, of Topsham was issued a summons for speed.