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 Feb. 22 to Feb. 28.

Feb. 22

Trooper Scott Quintero stopped Holly Bowman, 23, for a vehicle defect and ended up issuing a summons to her for having an open container of alcohol in the motor vehicle.

Trooper Quintero stopped Kristina Duncan, 38, on Route 1 in Thomaston for a vehicle defect and ended up issuing her a summons for operating without a license.

Feb. 23

Trooper  Quintero responded to the report of a suicidal female in the vicinity of Four Corners Variety on Route 17 in Union. The woman was not located.

Feb. 24

Trooper Greg Vrooman responded to a telephone scam. An 81-year-old woman reported that she had received a call from someone who said he was her grandson and that he was in jail and needed $1,000 for bail. The woman sent the money only to receive a call later that day from her real grandson who said he had not made the call. Police remind people not to send money or provide personal information over the phone without confirming the identity of the caller.

Feb. 27

Trooper Jason Madore responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Alford Lake Road in Hope. The windshield of a vehicle was broken by someone firing a BB gun.

Trooper Mark Barney responded to a criminal trespass complaint on Fitch Road in Washington. An argument had occurred but no charges resulted.

Feb. 28

Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock arrested Rickie Hewlett, 42, of Appleton on a warrant.