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 Maine State Police responded to the following calls from Feb. 28  to March 7.

Feb. 28

Trooper Scott Quintero responded to a violation of a protective order on Fitch Road in Washington. Tisaka Dawson, 36, of Washington was charged with violation of a protective order.

Trooper Quintero responded to a vehicle off the road on Route 17 in Hope. Richard Tenore, 24, of Union had lost control of the vehicle due to poor road conditions. Tenore was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

March 1

Trooper Quintero worked with members of the Cushing and Friendship fire departments about preservation of crime scene evidence.

Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock stopped Brooke Borden, 28, on Route 17 and issued her a summons for operating an unregistered vehicle in excess of 150 days, and failure to provide proof of insurance.

March 2

Trooper Quintero responded to a report of an erratic vehicle heading west on Route 17 in Union. A minute later, at about 6 or 7 p.m., there was a head-on crash on Route 17.

Sunday Sabien, 42, lost control of a vehicle and struck an oncoming vehicle head-on. She was taken by a LifeFlight helicopter to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. She was charged with operating under the influence of drugs, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

March 3

Trooper Jason Madore responded to an open window at a Main Street business. The trooper found that the renter had simply left a window open.

Trooper Madore responded to a harassment complaint on Crystal Lake Road in Washington. Another female was warned on harassment.

Trooper Madore performed a welfare check on a person on Clary Hill Road. The person was located and was fine.

Trooper Patrick Hood stopped Melissa Landon, 35, of Warren on Finntown Road in Warren. She had a suspended license and was issued a summons for operating without a license.

Trooper Hood was passed in the opposite direction by a speeding vehicle. The trooper turned around and the speeding vehicle ended up going off the road on Route 97 in Friendship. Justin Brazier, 23, was issued a summons for operating after suspension and driving to endanger.

March 4

Edwin Libby, 67, of Wiscasset was stopped on Route 1 in Warren and issued a summons for displaying a fictitious inspection sticker. Libby told the trooper that his sticker had been stolen and he simply made one.

March 5

Trooper Wesbrock was off duty when he responded to a structure fire in Hope. He helped the family remove items from a garage and helped provide aid to a dog who had suffered smoke inhalation.

March 6

Troopers Quintero and Wesbrock along with other agencies were involved in a high-speed chase that began in Morrill when a motorist failed to stop for a Waldo County Sheriff’s Office deputy.

The chase went through several towns including Camden, Hope, Union, and Warren, and concluded in Waldoboro when spike mats flattened two of the vehicle’s tires and the car stopped at an Irving station on Route 1. Raymond Porter, 32, of Searsmont was arrested and charged for passing roadblocks, eluding an officer and operating after suspension. Speeds ranged from 40 to 70 mph.

March 7

Trooper Wesbrock responded to a report of a disorderly male on Route 1 near the Rockland line. Maurice Young, 42, of Cushing had just been released from the Knox County Jail and was giving obscene gestures to passing motorists. He was arrested for violating conditions of his release, which included not possessing or consuming alcohol, and state police said that was the violation.