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.

Rockland police responded to the following calls from March 15 to March 18.

March 15

Sgt. Don Finnegan responded to a theft at Rite Aid on Park Street.

Officer Joseph Bates responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Main Street.

Officer Bates responded to a theft at Hannaford Supermarket on Maverick Street.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to a disorderly complaint on South Main Street.

Edward Coffman, 75, of Owls Head was issued a summons for operating an unregistered motor vehicle.

March 16

Officer Solorzano responded to an all-terrain-vehicle complaint on Gurdy Street.

Officer Bates responded to an assault complaint on Grace Street.

Officer Bates responded to a complaint of animal noise on Granite Street.

March 17

Officer John Bagley responded to a criminal mischief complaint at Rock Coast Sports.

Rockland Police Detective Russell Thompson responded to a burglary at Good Impressions on New County Road.

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a motor vehicle burglary on Main Street.

Officer Daniels responded to an animal problem on Robinson Street.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to a hit-and-run car crash on Broadway.

Officer Solorzano responded to a motor vehicle burglary on Main Street.

Officer Joel Neal responded to a criminal mischief complaint at Rockland District High School.

Officer Solorzano responded to an animal problem on Pleasant Street.

Amy Bramhall-Shriver, 37, of Rockland was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines or fees.

March 18

Jason Merrill, 23, of Rockland was arrested for operating after suspension, driving to endanger, operating under the influence, a probation violation, and violating a condition of release.