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.

The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity from Feb. 19 to March 1:

Feb. 19

Chief Ron Young received a complaint of two dogs at large on Beach Road. The owners were located and the dogs returned home.

Feb. 21

Officer Robert Cartier responded to two dogs at large on Masalin Road. Cartier made contact with the owner of the dogs who was warned for having dogs at large.

Feb. 22

Cartier received a complaint of a lost dog on Pit Road. The following day Cartier responded to a complaint of a found dog at a private residence on Greenacre Road that matched the description of the dog reported missing. The dog was identified by the owner and the owner was warned for having a dog at large and put on five day notice to license the animal.

Young received a complaint of suspicious activity on Masalin Road. The complaint was deemed unfounded following an investigation.

Cartier responded to a harassment complaint from a True Road resident. The Bucksport Police Department was contacted to locate a subject and issue a harassment warning.

Feb. 23

Young investigated a complaint of checks of insufficient funds received at Drake Corner Store.  Young contacted the involved party who returned to the store and cleared up the matter.

Feb. 24

Young investigated a complaint of checks of insufficient funds for an agency assist to the Rockland Police Department. The subject involved was not located in Lincolnville.

Feb. 28

Cartier responded to Tanglewood Road for a motorist assist. Alan’s Towing was dispatched to remove a vehicle that had become stuck in a muddy portion of the road.

Cartier responded to Proctor Road for a 911 hang-up. Cartier determined the call was dialed in error.

March 1

Young received a complaint of a suspicious person on Greenacre Road. The complaint is under investigation.