The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the time period ending Oct. 26:

Oct. 21

Chief Ron Young responded to a reported complaint of a tree lying on a power line on Hope Road. Central Maine Power was dispatched and removed the tree.

Oct. 23

Ryan McHenry, 21, of Hope was issued a summons for speeding 53 mph in a 35 mph posted zone by Officer Merl Reed on High Street.

Reed responded to an alarm activation at Harbor Point. Reed determined the building was secure and the property owner was notified.

Young received a complaint of criminal mischief on Moody Mountain Road. The complaint was in reference to a previously reported incident that occurred in the spring and was determined unfounded.

Reed conducted a radar detail on Atlantic Highway. One written warning was issued for speed.

Rebecca Stephens, 39, of Lincolnville was issued two civil summonses for allowing her dogs to be at large after prior warnings were issued by Young on Tuckerbrook Road.

Oct. 25

Young conducted a radar detail on Moody Mountain Road. Susanne Hamilton, 46, of Montville was issued a summons for speeding 57 mph in a 40 mph posted zone. Young also issued one written warning for speed.

Young received a complaint of suspicious phone calls being received by residents of Harbor Drive. The complaint is under investigation.

Oct. 26

Charles Lewis, 35, of Searsport was issued a summons for failure to provide proof of insurance by Officer Curt Andrick following a routine traffic stop on Slab City Road. Lewis was also issued a verbal warning for speed.

Andrick conducted radar details on Camden and Hope roads. Two written warnings were issued for speed.

Andrick responded to a disturbance complaint of gunshots fired on Hope Road. No activity was discovered.

Oct. 27

Officer Ryan Nickerson responded to a medical assist on Greenacre Road. A male subject was transported to Mid Coast Mental Health for a psychological evaluation.

Oct. 28

Officer Brian Lunt received a motor vehicle complaint on Atlantic Highway. No contact was made with the vehicle.

Lunt responded to an abandoned vehicle complaint on Moody Mountain Road. The owner of the vehicle was notified and it was removed later in the day.

Lunt responded to a complaint of an intoxicated subject walking on Atlantic Highway. Lunt searched the reported area, but the person was not located.

Lunt responded to a single-vehicle property damage accident on High Street. Travis Haber, 29, of Belmont was operating a 1999 Chevrolet 1500 at approximately 6:30 p.m. when he swerved his truck to avoid striking a deer in the road. The vehicle then hit soft shoulder and struck a large oak tree. No injuries were reported and Lunt estimated the vehicle to be a total loss at approximately $8,000. The vehicle was towed from the scene by Gene Newton.

Lunt conducted a radar detail on Main Street. One written warning was issued for speed.

Oct. 29

Young received an all-terrain vehicle and criminal mischief complaint on Brodis Road. The complaint is under investigation.

Officer Michael McFadden III conducted a special detail request for police coverage for a Halloween party for Camden-Rockport High School students held at the Lincolnville Community Building. No problems were reported during the event.

Nov. 1

Pbiff Atlass, 60, of Belfast was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker after being stopped for a motor vehicle defect by Young on Hope Road.

Young conducted a radar detail on Main Street. One written warning was issued for speed.

Lincolnville Police responded to eight animal control complaints for the reported activity period.

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 proceedings.