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 Thomaston Police Department responded to 175 incidents from Feb. 15 to March 1.

Those incidents included three property damage crashes, three radar details, one sex offender registration, one stray animal, two animal problems, one animal welfare call, one structure fire, one bail violation, two thefts, one car/deer accident, one chimney fire, two domestics, 10 erratic vehicles, one fire alarm, one grass/wood fire, three harassment complaints, two juvenile problems, one underage drinking, 29 traffic stops, four traffic hazards, one threatening and one wanted person.

Feb. 16

Nathan McLellan, 26, of Thomaston was arrested on a warrant.

Michael Knowlton, 24, of Thomaston was cited for an inspection violation.

Robert Lemoine, 48, of Thomaston was cited for speeding.

Feb. 17

Paul Smith, 20, of Thomaston was cited for speeding and an insurance violation.

Michel Dangelo, 30, of Sanford was cited for an inspection violation.

Anthony Bowman, 33, of Waldoboro was cited for an inspection violation.

Feb. 18

Police responded to a car/deer crash at 5:49 a.m. on West Meadow Road. Alan Heal of Rockland was driving south on the road and struck the deer with his 2006 Ford F250 pickup truck. The deer was killed. The truck sustained an estimated $2,000 in damage.

William Eustis, 21, of Thomaston was cited for speeding.

Robert Elwell, 48, of Warren was cited for speeding.

Todd Morales, 37, of Warren was cited for an inspection violation.

Cassandra Webber, 20, of Thomaston was cited for having an unregistered vehicle for more than 150 days.

Feb. 19

Ashley Griffin, 25, of Rockland was arrested for criminal threatening and violation of condition of release.

Travis Griffin, 24, of Thomaston was arrested for a probation violation and criminal threatening.

Feb. 20

A structure fire was reported at 44 Booker Street at about 2 a.m. A garage owned by Shannon Dyer caught fire.

Tommy Perry, 41, of Thomaston was charged with two counts of theft. The charges stemmed from the theft of alcohol from the Pik Qwik Feb. 19 at about noontime, according to Police Chief Kevin Haj.

Feb. 22

Jeffery Swan, 43, of Thomaston was cited for an inspection violation.

Marcia L. Cifaldo, 61, of Warren was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign.

Feb. 24

Gary Peters, 39, of Cushing was cited for speeding.

Feb. 27

Samuel Merrifield, 23, of Cushing was cited for leaving the scene of an accident involving property damage. Police found his 1984 Chevrolet pickup crashed into a utility pole on Thatcher Street. No one was with the truck. Merrifield later went to the police station and said he lost control of his vehicle in slippery road conditions. The crash caused an estimated $2,000 in damage to the truck.

John Albert Melquist of South Thomaston went into F & A’s Market in Thomaston for coffee. When he came out, he discovered someone had stolen the generator from the back of his pickup. The incident was reported at about 6 a.m. The generator has an estimated value of $900.

A 1998 Jeep driven by Adrienne E. Brown, 17, of Rockport was heading south on Moody Drive and collided with a 2010 Dodge four-door vehicle driven by Zachariah Hamilton, 27, of Newburg. Brown said she had snow on the window and did not see the other vehicle, according to the police report. No one was injured. The crash caused an estimated $1,500 in damage to Brown’s vehicle and $2,500 in damage to Hamilton’s vehicle. The crash was reported after 9 p.m.

Feb. 28

A power line down on Stambaugh Lane started a grass fire. Part of Brooklyn Heights Road had to be closed for a while.

Timothy Wilson, 45, of Thomaston was charged with domestic assault.

Chief Haj’s tip of the week

What lessons did you learn during the storm? Were you prepared with a three-day supply of water, a first aid kit, battery powered flashlight and extra batteries, as recommended by the American Red Cross?