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 from May 10 to May 17.

May 10

Officer Robert Cartier responded to McKay Road for an alarm activation at the Lincolnville Ferry Terminal. Cartier determined the alarm had been set off by terminal personnel and the complaint was unfounded.

Cartier responded to Belfast Road for a complaint of unsecured premises. Cartier observed a vacant building with an open door and boards that had been taken down by the wind. No foul play was reported and the homeowner was advised to secure the building.

Chief Ron Young responded to an alarm activation on Narrows Road. The building was determined secure and the complaint was unfounded.

Young and Cartier responded to a complaint of an erratic driver on Route 52. No contact was made with the vehicle and the complaint was forwarded to Knox County Dispatch.

May 11

Hayley Rae, 17, of Belfast was issued a summons for speeding 54 mph in a 25 mph zone by Cartier on Main Street.

May 12

Young received a complaint of reported criminal mischief on Camden Road. Following investigation the complaint was determined to be unfounded.

May 14

Young received a complaint of a 911 disconnect on Masalin Road. He determined the call to have been placed in error and the building was secure.

Young responded to a welfare check request on Greenacre Road regarding a possible domestic violence situation. Following investigation, Kurt Quint, 19, of Lincolnville was arrested by Young for domestic violence assault, domestic violence criminal mischief, and domestic violence reckless conduct stemming from an incident that had taken place that morning. Quint was transported to the Waldo County Jail by Young and later bailed out.

May 16

Hayley Rae, 17, was summoned for a seat-belt violation and for operating a motor vehicle with a passenger not secured in a seat belt following a traffic stop on Atlantic
Highway by Cartier.

May 17

Douglas Mott, 41, of Lincolnville was issued a civil summons by Cartier for having a dog at large on Moody Mountain Road.

Other news

The Lincolnville Police Department welcomed part-time reserve officers Merl Reed, Curt Andrick and Ryan Nickerson. Reed is employed full time as a detective with the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office and is currently part-time chief of the Stockton Springs Police Department. Andrick is employed as a full-time officer with the Camden Police Department and as a part-time deputy with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. Nickerson works as a part-time officer for the Belfast and Searsport police departments and Penobscot County Dispatch.