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 a later criminal proceedings.

Thomaston police responded to 172 incidents from April 5 to April 18.

Those included three animal problems, one assault, six cases of criminal mischief, two domestics, five erratic vehicles, one fraud complaint, two hit-and-run reports, two juvenile problems, one missing person, one radar detail, two suspicious vehicles, two thefts, one threatening, three traffic hazards, one traffic offense, 28 traffic stops, and one wanted person.

April 9

William J. Doniel, 31, of Warren was summoned for leaving the scene of an accident.

April 13

Kara Salo, 24, of Warren was arrested on a warrant for violating condition of release and failure to appear.

Sally W. Merrick, 71, of Friendship was summoned for failing to provide evidence of insurance.

A CD player/radio was reported stolen from a vehicle at the Creek Hill Service Station.

April 14

Kara Salo, 24, of Warren was charged with violating condition of release.

April 16

Kimberly A. Judge, 40, of Cushing was summoned for an expired inspection sticker.

April 17

The windows were reportedly broken out of some vehicles parked at the Overlock gravel pit off Beechwood Street.

April 18

A hit and run was reported at about 8:24 p.m. on Route 1 by Creek Hill. Krista Murphy of Thomaston was driving north on Route 1 near Creek Hill in a 2007 Dodge Caliber when another vehicle sideswiped her. There were no injuries and the crash caused an estimated $1,000 in damage. The other vehicle was not found.

Police Chief Kevin Haj’s tip of the week

Motorcycles are out. Share the road and be cognizant of riders. There has already been a motorcycle crash this year.