An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at some later criminal proceedings.Lincolnville Police Department

The Lincolnville Police Department responded to the following activity for the week ending Aug. 30:

Aug. 24

Officer Brian Lunt responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Searsmont Road in which a vehicle had spun tires and caused damage to private property. Lunt contacted the responsible party, who has agreed to make restitution for the damage.

Lunt responded to a motor vehicle accident on Atlantic Highway in which the operator of a vehicle, Linda McFarland, 53, of Rockport had turned too quickly into the Black Horse Inn and the vehicle went into a ditch. There were no injuries and a non-reportable amount of damage; it was towed from the scene by a Camden wrecker service.

Noah Kleine, 23, of Union was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker (over 180 days) by Lunt on Beach Road.

Aug. 25

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

Aug. 26

Young conducted an agency assist to the Waldo County Sheriff’s Department in locating a vehicle involved in a road rage incident. Young located the vehicle in a parking lot, but no contact was made with the driver. The incident remains under investigation.

Young assisted a person who been locked out of a vehicle on McKay Road.

Young responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Fernald’s Neck Road in which a town road sign had been spray-painted. Anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact Young at 763-3555.

Officer Curt Andrick responded to an agency assist request for the Waldo County Sheriff’s Department of an all-terrain vehicle operating on the road near the Searsmont town line. Negative contact was made with the operator of the ATV.

Andrick responded to South Cobbtown Road at the request of the Fairfield Police Department regarding a fuel drive-off in Fairfield. Andrick made contact with the vehicle owner, who resolved the incident with the gas station.

Aug. 27

Officer Merl Reed responded to a complaint of gunshots fired from a moving vehicle on Camden Road. Reed went to the location and patrolled the adjacent area with negative contact with the vehicle and no indication of activity or foul play.

Aug. 29

Young responded to a complaint of a vehicle being parked overnight at the school. Upon investigation, Caleb Trundy, 19, of Lincolnville was warned for criminal trespass after stating to Young that he had spent the night there.

Yuris Baransky, 50, of Cortlandt Mant, N.Y., was issued a summons for speeding 41 mph in a 25 mph posted zone by Reed on Main Street.

Reed responded to an alarm activation on High Street. Reed made contact with the homeowner, who had set the alarm off in error and was unaware it had been activated.

Lincolnville Police responded to two animal control complaints during the activity period.