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 March 7 to March 13.

March 7

Trooper Scott Quintero responded to a complaint of a vehicle striking several vehicles in Thomaston, Warren and Cushing. Ultimately the vehicle was stopped and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office arrested Maurice Young, 42, for operating under the influence.

March 8

Trooper Quintero stopped a vehicle driven by Freeman Woodcock, 35, in South Thomaston for a seat-belt violation. Woodcock was also issued a summons for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock was off duty in Camden when he spotted a person shoplifting. Wesbrock identified himself as a police officer and detained Travis Dodge, 23, until Camden police arrived to take Dodge into custody.

March 9

Trooper Patrick Hood assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and Rockport police in a burglary and theft case at Mank’s Auto Salvage. One juvenile male was apprehended.

March 10

Trooper Hood responded to a complaint in a child custody case. He arrested Thomas Thomas, 34, of South Thomaston for violating a condition of release.

March 11

Trooper Hood responded to a report of an erratic vehicle on Old Route 1 in Waldoboro. The vehicle almost hit Hood’s cruiser. The trooper found the car a short distance later in a ditch. After a short foot chase, Robert Day, 45, of Waldoboro was arrested for OUI, operating after suspension, driving to endanger and failing to submit to arrest.

March 13

Trooper Quintero stopped a vehicle driven by Michael Tripp, 48, of South Thomaston for speeding on Route 73 in Owls Head. Tripp was arrested for OUI.