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 Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending March 29.

March 22

Zachary Thomas, 25, of Camden was summoned for criminal speeding 75 mph in a 45 mph zone on Belfast Road by Chief Ron Young.

Young responded to a littering complaint at Norton Pond boat landing.

Young responded to a domestic dispute on High Street. The parties were spoken to and the issue was resolved.

March 23

Young investigated a probation violation on Camden Road. No contact was made with the subject.

Young received information from a Beach Road resident subjected to a phone scam. The caller wanted the resident to wire money by Western Union to an offshore bank with the promised return of $2.5 million Residents receiving suspicious calls should not disclose personal or bank information to unknown callers and are encouraged to notify the police department so the call can be documented.

March 24

Young responded to Atlantic Highway for a 911 disconnect. The call was dialed in error.

Young responded to Hope Road for service of paperwork.

March 26

Young spoke with students at Camden Hills Regional High School during the Aspirations Fair.

Young responded to Heal Road for a criminal mischief complaint of vandalism to property at a private residence. The complaint remains under investigation.

Officer Brian Lunt responded to Youngtown Road for a wildlife complaint of nuisance porcupines disturbing lawn work. The complainants were advised to contact a game warden through the Department of  Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and were offered the use of a live trap available from the town office.

Lunt conducted a radar detail on Slab City Road. One warning for speed was issued.

March 27

Officer Robert Cartier responded to Belfast Road for a medical complaint.  A female was transported to the hospital for evaluation.