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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from April 5 to April 10.

April 5

Officer Brook Hartshorn conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Officer Arthur Smith and Lake Warden Ken Bailey received a theft complaint on Megunticook Lake. The incident is under investigation.

Sgt. Jason Hall responded to Main Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Sgt. Hall responded to Howe Hill Road for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer did not locate the vehicle.

Officer Curt Andrick responded to Tannery Lane for a suspicious complaint. The officer spoke with the complainant and further police involvement was not necessary.

Sgt. Hall responded to Washington Street for a civil complaint. The complainant was advised of their options.

April 6

Officer Paul Spear responded to Limerock Street for a criminal mischief complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Spear conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Officer Spear responded to Hosmer Pond Road with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Officer Spear received a harassment complaint on Sea Street. One individual was warned for harassment.

Sgt. Hall responded to Elm Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Erika Ferland, 27, of Camden was arrested for violating conditions of release and was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

April 7

Lt. Randy Gagne conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Lt. Gagne responded to Main Street to escort a moving vehicle through town.

Lt. Gagne responded to Elm Street for an animal problem. The dog was returned to its owner.

Lt. Gagne responded to Knowlton Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injures.

Lt. Gagne responded to Limerock Street for an animal problem. The loose dogs were returned to their owner.

Officer Andrick responded to Mountain Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Zachary Monroe, 17, of Hope was issued a summons for an insurance violation.

April 8

Lt. Gagne conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Lt. Gagne responded to Bay View Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Lt. Gagne responded to Mountain Street for a fraud complaint.

Officer Andrick responded to Molyneaux Road to assist a citizen with a disabled vehicle.

Bradley Radley, 34, of Bucksport was issued a summons for attaching false plates.

David Pike, 22, of Hope was issued a summons for an inspection violation and failure to provide proof of insurance.

April 9

Officer John Tooley responded to Bay View Street with the Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Officer Tooley responded to Elm Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Sgt. Hall responded to Simonton Road to assist an individual with a disabled vehicle.

Sgt. Hall responded to Washington Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Hartshorn responded to Bay View Street for a business alarm.

April 10

Officer Andrick responded to Mechanic Street for a disorderly complaint. Three individuals were warned for disorderly conduct.

Officer Hartshorn responded to Rawson Avenue for a domestic disturbance. James Pendleton, 37, of Camden was arrested for domestic violence assault.

Officer Tooley responded to Elm Street for a business alarm.

Officer Tooley responded to Bay View Street for a suspicious person complaint. The complainant wanted the information reported and did not wish for further police involvement.

Officer Spear responded to Washington Street to assist a citizen with a disabled vehicle.

William Jackson, 21, of Washington was issued a summons for an insurance violation.