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 some later criminal proceeding.

The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the week ending Sept. 13:

Sept. 3

Lincolnville Police conducted an operating under the influence safety checkpoint stop in collaboration with the Maine State Police on Camden Road and Belfast Road as part of Lincolnville Police Department’s participation in the 2010 Bureau of Highway Safety OUI Enforcement Campaign crackdown on impaired driving. Resulting from the checkpoint, a total of 42 vehicles were stopped, six field sobriety tests were administered on drivers resulting in no arrests. Kevin Curit, 35, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for operator possessing an open container of alcohol on a public way by Officer Brian Lunt on Camden Road. Two motor vehicle defects were issued during the detail.

Sept. 7

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to a criminal mischief complaint of vandalism of a motor vehicle that was parked at the Lincolnville Ferry Terminal. The complaint remains under investigation.

Linda Boland, 53, of Lincolnville was arrested for violating conditions of release by Nickerson following a bail check on Spring Brook Drive. Boland was found to have consumed and been in possession of alcoholic beverages, which violated the conditions placed on Boland following an arrest by Officer Merl Reed on May 23  for operating under the influence with two priors on Main Street, and remained under bail conditions.

Sept. 8

James Holston, 62, of Camden was issued summonses for speeding 65 mph in a 45 mph posted zone and failure to provide proof of insurance by Chief Ron Young on Beach Road.

Young responded to an all-terrain vehicle complaint on Greenacre Road. An operator had been towing a trailer in the road. Young made contact with the driver and warned him for operating in the road.

Young is investigating a theft complaint of a bad check.

Officer Brian Lunt was dispatched to a report of suspicious activity at a private residence on Camden Road, which resulted in a burglary in progress. When Lunt arrived he observed a female subject exiting through the back door of the residence and getting into a vehicle. Lunt blocked the exit to the driveway with his police cruiser and spoke with the female subject and asked her to remain in the vehicle while he checked the residence to observe if a crime had been committed.

The driver refused to comply and sped across the lawn, exiting on the Camden Road. Young had arrived on scene and was advised to stop the vehicle by Lunt after Lunt observed several thousand dollars’ worth of vandalism and property damage to the residence and to a boat that was in the yard. After a brief search for the vehicle conducted by Young and Lunt, the vehicle was located and stopped by Young on Camden Road by Marriner Drive.

The operator of the vehicle, Marcia Longmaid, 58, of Lincolnville was arrested by Lunt for burglary, a class C felony, criminal mischief and failure to stop for a police officer. Lunt estimated damage to the residence at approximately $10,000 and damage to the boat at approximately $5,000. Longmaid was transported by Lunt to Waldo County Jail and later released on bail.

Sept. 9

Young conducted a welfare check on Beach Road. The resident was fine.

Sept. 11

Reed conducted a welfare check on Atlantic Highway of a resident who had failed to check in with the Waldo County Friendly Caller Program. Reed made contact with the person, who was fine.

Reed conducted a routine bail check on a subject under bail conditions on Camden Road. No contact was made with the subject.

Officer Curt Andrick responded to a reported property damage accident on Atlantic Highway. Jeffery Matisky, 47, of Massachusetts had misjudged the distance in turning into the entrance to a motel, causing minor damage to the front end of his vehicle. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was towed by Totman’s Wrecker from the scene.

Andrick responded to a 911 call placed from a resident on Heal Road. The call was unfounded and Andrick advised the parties of the proper use of 911 after making sure it was not an actual emergency and everyone was fine.

Andrick responded to a reported disturbance on True Road of a barking dog. Andrick observed the dog to be leashed at a private residence and the owners unavailable. He will conduct followup with the owner.

Cecil Bryar, 30, of Fairfield was issued a summons for failure to provide proof of insurance following a traffic stop on Belfast Road by Andrick.

Adam Hanscom, 25, of Searsmont was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker (over 180 days) by Reed on Camden Road.

Jody Nadeau, 45, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speeding 55 mph in a 40 mph posted zone on Beach Road by Reed.

Dallas Walton, 25, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker (over 90 days) and failure to provide proof of insurance following a traffic stop by Reed on Main Street.

Erik Wade, 32, of Thomaston was issued a summons for speeding 50 mph in a 30 mph posted zone by Reed on Hope Road.

Sept. 12

Nickerson conducted a bail check on a subject on Camden Road. No violations observed.

Nickerson conducted an agency assist to Belfast Police Department in serving three orders of harassment to Eric Heal, 36, of Camden, who was working in Lincolnville.

Nickerson investigated a complaint of phone harassment. A female subject was warned for harassment by telephone.

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