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 Oct. 12:

Oct. 4

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to a reported theft complaint on Atlantic Highway. Following investigation, Jill Raven, 25, of Knox was summoned for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.

Nickerson responded to a complaint of phone harassment on Beach Road. A report was filed and no action taken at the request of the complainant.

Nickerson responded to a complaint of reported suspicious activity on Atlantic Highway of four subjects entering an unoccupied building. Following investigation, it was determined the subjects had the owner’s permission to be on the premises and the complaint was unfounded.

Nickerson responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Camden Road. A driver was warned for operation.

Nickerson responded to an agency assist to Belfast Police Department in locating a subject on Heal Road. No contact was made, however, while attempting to locate the subject by contacting neighbors Nickerson detected a strong odor of marijuana and subsequently summoned Amanda Hendrickson, 23, of Lincolnville for possession of a usable amount of marijuana and Sonja Stanley, 23, of Lincolnville was summoned for sale and use of drug paraphernalia. The Department of Human Services was notified, because Hendrickson and Stanley both have small children.

Oct. 6

Chief Ron Young conducted a radar detail on Moody Mountain Road. Benjamin Ford, 34, of Portland was issued a summons for speeding 59 mph in a 40 mph zone as a result of the detail, and two written warnings were issued for speed.

Young responded to a 911 disconnect on Belfast Road. The call was dialed in error.

Young responded to a complaint of an abandoned vehicle on Atlantic Highway. The vehicle was on private property and towing arrangements were made by the property owner.

Young received a harassment complaint from a resident on Greenacre Road. The complaint is under investigation.

Tessa Nason, 29, of Belfast was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker, more than 180 days past-due, by Nickerson on Atlantic Highway.

Daniel Burleigh, 28, of Belfast was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker and failure to provide proof of insurance by Nickerson following a routine traffic stop on Atlantic Highway.

Oct. 8

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

Robert Cushman, 20, of Belmont was issued a summons for possession of a usable amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia by Young following a traffic stop on Belfast Road.

Lincolnville police responded to two animal control complaints during the reported activity period. Young, animal control officer, reminds Lincolnville residents that 2011 dog licenses are available at the Town Office beginning Friday, Oct. 15. All dogs over 6 months of age are required to be licensed annually by Dec. 31. Please bring current proof of rabies immunization when you come to the Town Office to license the dog. The license fee for a spayed or neutered dog is $6 and the license fee for an unaltered dog is $11.

A reminder to citizens over 70 years of age, the police department is still accepting applications for E911 house number signs. The signs are being provided at no cost through a grant provided through Waldo County Triad while supplies last, and are available free to all residents over 70 years of age in Waldo County. Applications are available at the Town Office or you may apply by phone by contacting Young or Karen at the Town Office.