Rockland police responded to the following calls from Oct. 18 to Oct. 20.

Oct. 18

Animal Control Officer Jeff McLaughlin responded to an animal problem by the Central Maine Power building in the industrial park.

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a threatening complaint.

Daniels responded to a theft on Fulton Street.

Daniels responded to a theft complaint at the Knox Center on White Street.

Daniels responded to a burglary on Warren Street.

Detective Sgt. Chris Young responded to a sexual assault complaint.

Daniels responded to a theft complaint.

Daniels responded to a theft complaint.

Officer Joseph Bates responded to a harassment complaint on Knowlton Street.

Bates responded to a stray animal complaint on Fulton Street.

Oct. 19

Officer John Bagley responded to a disorderly complaint on Waldo Avenue.

Bagley responded to a car crash by the railroad roundhouse on Park Street. There were no injuries. A tractor trailer truck driven by Mark Dowling, 58, of Calais, was making a left turn on to New County Road from Park Street and clipped railroad crossing lights, Damage to the rail property was estimated at $2,000 and about $300 to the vehicle.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a theft complaint.

Daniels responded to  criminal mischief complaint at Union and Pleasant streets.

Daniels responded to a hit-and-run car crash on Main Street by United Home Furniture. A car struck a parked vehicle, knocking off a side mirror. The vehicle that left lost a light gray passenger side mirror.

Daniels responded to a criminal mischief complaint on Park Street.

Sgt. Anthony Camporiale responded to an animal bite complaint at James and North Main streets.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to a car crash on Broadway near Masonic Street. There were injuries.

Lindahl responded to a disorderly complaint on Rankin Street.

Officer Joel Neal responded to a car crash on Bunker Street. There were no injuries.

Oct. 20

Officer James Jillson responded to a harassment complaint.

Daniels responded to a car crash on Merrill Drive. There were no injuries.

Jillson responded to a  fraud complaint.

Jillson responded to a domestic complaint on Rankin Street.

Jillson responded to a theft complaint at Rite Aid on Park Street. Crystal McKeever, 43, of Camden, was arrested for theft and violating a condition of release.

Officer Andrew Redden responded to a harassment complaint on State Street.

Redden responded to a car crash at State and Pleasant streets. There were no injuries.

Redden responded to a harassment complaint on Hill Street.

Timothy J. Keefe, 43, was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle while license was suspended.

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.