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 83 incidents from March 15 to March 21.

Those incidents included three alarms, two animal problems, one assault, one bail violation, one disorderly, one erratic vehicle, one fraud, two harassment complaints, one hit and run, two juvenile problems, one operating under the influence, three property damage crashes, two radar details, one sex offender registration, one suspicious incident, two thefts, one traffic hazard, one traffic offense, 11 traffic stops, one underage drinking detail, one vehicle off road and one wanted person.

March 16

A minor property damage crash involving a Regional School Unit 13 school bus was reported at about 8:30 a.m. on High Street near the railroad tracks. The school bus was stopped at the railroad crossing. A 1997 Chevy Blazer driven by Ryan Beckett, 28, of St. George was behind the bus. Police Chief Kevin Haj said Beckett thought the bus had started moving and he struck the back of the bus. No one was injured and there were no children on the bus at the time. The crash caused an estimated $700 in damage to Beckett’s vehicle and $50 damage to the bus.

March 17

A hit and run incident was reported at about 10:30 p.m. Necole Dabrio-Wall reported that someone had hit and damaged her 2003 Toyota at the American Legion Hall parking lot. The incident caused an estimated $800 worth of damage to the driver side rear bumper of the vehicle.

Priscilla Robinson, 20, of Searsport was cited for operating after suspension, violating condition of release and speeding.

Travis Sawyer, 33, of Thomaston was cited for operating after suspension.

March 18

Jesse W. Demuth, 20, of Hope was cited for operating after suspension, attaching false plates and having no insurance.

Alison L. Chambers, 44, of Appleton was charged with criminal operating under the influence.