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.

Maine State Police responded to the following calls from May 3 to May 9.

May 3

Trooper Patrick Hood arrested Michael Campbell, 49, of South Thomaston on a terrorizing warrant from an incident that occurred April 28 in Owls Head.

May 5

Trooper Scott Quintero responded to Boggs’ Mobile Homes at 715 Camden Road in Warren for a report of a theft of a gas furnace. The service manager said the furnace was taken from one of the demo homes. The investigation is ongoing.

Trooper Quintero met with a Cushing woman at the Knox Regional Communications Center. She reported receiving a check drawn from a closed account while hosting a yard sale on April 24. The investigation is ongoing.

May 7

Troopers Donald Webber and Greg Vrooman conducted a traffic detail on Route 17 in the Union area. The troopers stopped more than 20 vehicles including one driven by Chad Winslow, 27, of Cushing. Webber determined that Winslow’s license was under suspension and issued Winslow a summons for operating after suspension.

Trooper Quintero responded to Lewis Farm Equipment at 2000 Atlantic Highway in Warren for a report that a female was in the shop and making a disturbance. The female was located near the business and admitted she had been in the business and become upset for an unknown reason.She was warned about criminal trespass.

Trooper Hood responded to Ridgewood Drive in Warren for a family argument. No crime had taken place and the offending party had left prior to police arrival.

May 8

Trooper Quintero responded to Maritime Farms on Route 1 in Warren for a woman making a disturbance. The female – the same one involved in the incident the day before at Lewis Farm Equipment – was located near the business and admitted she had been in the business and become upset for an unknown reason. She was warned about criminal trespass.

Trooper Quintero responded to 1798 Atlantic Highway in Warren for a motor vehicle crash. Jessica Koon, 18, of Waldoboro was attempting to turn into the Maritime Farms when she failed to notice a vehicle driven by Eric Hunt, 30, of Waldoboro. The vehicles collided. No injuries were reported.

May 9

Trooper Hood responded to Friendship for an elderly male who had walked away from his residence. The 80-year-old man suffers from Alzheimer’s and lives at home with his wife. He recently has been walking away from home, stating he is going to Thomaston to visit his mother. The man was returned home safely after he was picked up by family members.

Trooper Hood investigated a telephone harassment complaint filed by a local woman. A 50-year-old man was warned not to have any further contact with the woman.