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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Oct. 8 to Oct. 17.

Oct. 8

Officer Curt Andrick responded to Elm Street to assist a citizen with a disabled vehicle.

Andrick responded to Alden Street for a residential alarm.

Officer Paul Spear responded to Belfast Road for a criminal mischief complaint.

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Mountain Street to assist Maine State Police with locating a vehicle.

Weaver responded to Mountain Street for a juvenile problem. No violations were found.

Susan Such, 58, of Camden was arrested for violating conditions of release and operating under the influence.

Justin Fernands, 24, of Camden was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

Nolan Hart, 22, of Thomaston was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

Oct. 9

Andrick responded to Belfast Road for a residential alarm.

Weaver responded to Chestnut Street for a residential alarm.

Spear responded to Mountain Street for a residential alarm.

Spear responded to Elm Street for a business alarm.

Spear responded to Turnpike Drive for a two vehicle accident with possible injuries.

Spear responded to Elm Street to assist Maine State Police with locating a vehicle.

Spear responded to Cobb Road to investigate a 911 hang up.

Officer John Tooley responded to Route 52 for a well-being check. The officer was not able to locate the individual.

Tooley responded to Hope Road for an animal problem. The responsible parties were notified of the issue.

Tooley responded to Elm Street for a two vehicle accident with no injuries.

Tooley responded to Main Street for a business alarm.

Tooley responded to Pearl Street for a well-being check. The individual was located and did not require police assistance.

W. Kent Olson, 64, of Southwest Harbor was issued a summons for failure to stop at a stop sign.

Oct. 10

Tooley responded to Belfast Road for an erratic vehicle complaint. The operator was warned for erratic operation.

Officer Brook Hartshorn responded to Elm Street to investigate a 911 hang up.

Hartshorn responded to Knowlton Street for a criminal mischief complaint. The officer spoke with the parties involved and further police action was not necessary.

Tooley responded to Elm Street for a disorderly complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Tooley responded to Union Street for a harassment complaint. The situation was resolved.

Oct. 11

Hartshorn responded to Washington Street for a well-being check. The officer located the individual and further police involvement was not necessary.

Hartshorn responded to Harden Avenue to assist an individual with removal of a disabled vehicle.

Hartshorn responded to Elm Street for an animal welfare complaint. No violations were found.

Spear responded to High Street for a suspicious complaint. Nothing out of the ordinary was found.

Spear responded to Elm Street for a threatening complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Hartshorn responded to Bay View Street for a criminal mischief complaint.

Hartshorn responded to Bay View Street for a residential alarm.

Spear responded to Elm Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Oct. 12

Hartshorn responded to Bay View Street for a suspicious person complaint. The individuals left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Hartshorn responded to Main Street for a two vehicle accident with no injuries.

Hartshorn responded to Union Street for a suspicious person complaint. Nothing out of the ordinary was found.

Weaver responded to Alden Street for a residential alarm.

Weaver responded to Belfast Road for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Scott Malone, 27, of Camden was issued a summons for operating after suspension.

Oct. 13

Hartshorn responded to Main Street to assist Camden First Aid with a medical call.

Hartshorn responded to Mountain Street for an animal problem. The officer was not able to locate the animal.

Hartshorn responded to Union Street for an animal problem. The owner was warned for animal noise.

Hartshorn responded to Bay View Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Tooley responded to Pearl Street for a disorderly complaint. The individual was warned for disorderly conduct.

Tooley responded to Washington Street for a citizen dispute. The situation was resolved.

Oct. 14

Sgt. Michael Geary responded to Rawson Avenue with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Geary responded to Bay View Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Geary responded to Belfast Road to investigate a 911 hang up.

Sgt. Jason Hall responded to Mountain Street for an animal problem. The officer was not able to locate the loose dog.

Weaver responded to Union Street for a harassment complaint. The officer spoke with parties involved and further police involvement was not necessary.

Hall responded to Mt. Battie Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Weaver responded to Thomas Street for a suspicious vehicle complaint. Nothing out of the ordinary was located.

Oct. 15

Andrick responded to Elm Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Andrick responded to Howe Hill Road with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.

Spear responded to Elm Street for a business alarm.

Spear conducted a radar detail on Knowlton Street.

Spear responded to Harden Avenue for a utility problem. The responsible parties were notified.

Spear responded to Howe Hill Road for a traffic hazard. The tree was removed from the roadway.

Officer Spear responded to Hope Road for a traffic hazard complaint. The tree branch was removed from the road.

Spear responded to Melvin Heights Road for a traffic hazard. The tree was removed from the road.

Spear responded to Matthew John Avenue for a well-being check. The individual was located and did not require assistance.

Spear responded to Hosmer Pond Road for a traffic hazard complaint. Maine DOT was advised of the problem.

Spear responded to Bay View Street for a residential alarm.

Weaver responded to Elm Street for a business alarm.

Weaver responded to High Street for a parking problem. Parking tickets were issued.

Oct. 16

Andrick responded to Hosmer Pond Road to assist Knox County Sheriff’s Office with locating an individual.

Geary responded to Union Street for a juvenile problem. No violations were found.

Weaver responded to Washington Street to investigate a 911 hang up.

Weaver responded to Mechanic Street for a suspicious person complaint. The individual was moved along.

Oct. 17

Andrick responded to Bay View Street for a nuisance complaint. No violations were found.

Spear responded to Cobb Road for a residential alarm.

Spear responded to Belfast Road for a residential alarm.

Tooley responded to Washington Street for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Weaver responded to Mountain Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire call.