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. 19.

Aug. 24 (late entry)

Steven Peterson, 61, of Lincolnville was issued a civil summons for failure to license a dog after a previous verbal warning to do so by Officer Brian Lunt on Beach Road.

Aug. 31 (late entry)

Benjamin Tyler, 17, of Searsmont was issued a criminal summons for driving to endanger on Searsmont Road by Chief Ron Young.

Sept. 13

Brad Daggett, 37, of Nobleboro was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker more than 90 days past due by Officer Ryan Nickerson on Atlantic Highway.

Robert Sleeper, 20, of Athens was issued a summons by Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker more than 90 days past due and failure to provide proof of insurance following a traffic detail on Belfast Road.

Linda Boland, 54, of Lincolnville was arrested for violation of conditions of release for possessing/consuming alcohol and summoned for operating without a license in violation of conditions/restriction by Young and Nickerson on Slab City Road.

Sept. 14

Marcia Longmaid, 58, of Lincolnville was arrested for violation of conditions of release by Nickerson after violating bail conditions from an arrest which occurred Sept. 8 in Lincolnville in which she was arrested by Lincolnville Police for burglary and summoned for criminal mischief and failure to stop for a police officer.

Nickerson responded to First Avenue for service of paperwork.

Nickerson investigated a harassment complaint. Robert Embleton, 25, of Friendship was warned for harassment.

Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the driver.

Sept. 15

Young responded to a parking problem on Main Street. The owner of a vehicle was warned to remove the vehicle and for illegal parking.

Young is investigating the report of three checks of insufficient funds that were reported received at Drakes Store.

Sept. 16

Judith Papian, 60, of St. Louis was issued a summons for speeding 45 mph in a 25 mph posted zone by Young on Main Street.

Young responded to a property damage accident in the parking lot of Maine Dermatology on Atlantic Highway. Gilbert Dormandy, 87, of Rockland, was operating a 2006 Buick Lacrosse while entering the parking lot of the business when the left side of his vehicle was struck by a 2007 GMC Sierra driven by Paul McFarland, 66, of Lincolnville as McFarland was attempting to back out of a parking space. No injuries were incurred and Young reported no damage to the GMC and minor damage to the driver’s side door and fender of the Buick was estimated at less than $1,000.

Dan Magno, 24, of Belfast was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 45 mph posted zone as the result of a radar detail on Searsmont Road by Young.

Martin Johnson, 45, of Morrill was issued a summons for speeding 58 mph in a 45 mph posted zone by Young during a radar detail on Searsmont Road. As a result of the traffic stop, Johnson was further summoned for not displaying an inspection sticker and failure to provide proof of insurance.

Andrew Woehler, 33, of Belfast was issued civil summonses for possession of marijuana and sale or use of drug paraphernalia by Young on Searsmont Road following a routine traffic stop. Robert Cushman, 20, of Belmont, a passenger in the vehicle, was also issued a civil summons for possession of marijuana.

Sept. 17

Frank Fischer, 61, of Northport was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 45 mph posted zone by Young on Atlantic Highway.

Sept. 19

Stephen Perry, 34, of Lamoine was summoned for operating after suspension, failure to provide proof of insurance and an expired inspection sticker (over 90 days) by Nickerson following a traffic detail on Atlantic Highway.

Warren Newton, 76, of Corinna was issued a summons for failure to provide proof of insurance following a traffic stop by Nickerson on Atlantic Highway.

Jessica Dowling, 29, of Thorndike was issued a summons for failure to provide proof of insurance by Nickerson following a traffic stop on Greenacre Road.

Nickerson responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the driver.

Nickerson responded to Morton Road for a 911 call. After speaking with the parents, Nickerson determined the call had been placed in error by a child and was unfounded.

Nickerson responded to Moody Mountain Road for a medical agency assist to Camden First Aid Association, which was transporting a subject to the hospital.

Nickerson responded to an alarm activation on Youngtown Road. The alarm had been set off in error and the complaint was unfounded.

Sept. 20

Officer Robert Cartier conducted a public assist on Hope Road.

Cartier is investigating a complaint of a suspicious person on South Cobbtown Road.

The Lincolnville Police Department responded to two animal control complaints for the reported week activity.