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.

Rockland police responded to the following calls from Feb. 8 to Feb. 10.

Feb. 8

Officer William Smith responded to a criminal mischief complaint at the corner of Masonic and High streets.

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a trespassing complaint on Glenwood Avenue.

Officer Jeff McLaughlin responded to a stray animal complaint on Linden Street.

Officer Smith responded to an animal problem on Eliza Steele Drive.

Officer Daniels responded to a theft complaint at Rock Coast Sports on Main Street. Justin Moccia, 23, a transient, was arrested for shoplifting and was placed on a probation hold.

Officer Daniels responded to an assault complaint at Rock Coast Sports.

Feb. 9

Officer Daniels responded to a property damage car crash on Route 1 at the Thomaston town line.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a trespassing complaint at Rockland District High School.

Officer Daniels responded to a theft on Lovejoy Street.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal problem on Frederick Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a disorderly complaint on Beech Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a threatening complaint on Oliver Street.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to a theft complaint at China Coast. Jennifer Spear, 19, of Waldoboro was issued a summons for theft after police received a report of some people leaving without paying their bill. Spear was also warned on criminal trespass.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Masonic Street.

Officer John Bagley responded to an animal problem on Broadway Place.

Feb. 10

Officer Joel Neal responded to a criminal mischief complaint at Rockland District High School.

Officer Scott Solorzano responded to a report of a structure fire on Olympic Avenue that turned out to be a faulty light ballast.