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.

The Lincolnville Police Department reported the following activity for the two weeks ending Nov. 21:

Nov. 8

Chief Ron Young received two separate complaints involving harassment of juveniles. The complaints are under investigation.

Young responded to an alarm activation on Ducktrap Road. Young determined that the building was secure and the complaint unfounded; the homeowner was notified.

Nov. 9

Young conducted a radar detail on Greenacre Road. One written warning was issued for speed.

Nov. 10

Young responded to a reported fire on Heal Road in which a downed tree sparked a fire on a tree limb. The fire was contained without incident.

Karen Dyer, 29, of Lincolnville was summoned for violation of condition of release following a routine bail check on Dyer Drive by Young.

Nov. 12

Officer Curt Andrick responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic vehicle on Atlantic Highway. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

Andrick responded to a report of a missing juvenile on Tuckerbrook Road. While Andrick was obtaining information from the juvenile’s parents, the juvenile returned home.

Nov. 13

Robin Muir, 18, of Lincolnville was summoned for possession of a usable amount of marijuana by Young on Morrison Drive after Young was asked to respond to a residence to have the marijuana removed.

Young responded to a public assist on Atlantic Highway to a citizen locked out of her residence. The resident had gained entry before Young arrived.

Andrick responded to a Be on the Lookout for a subject driving erratically on Searsmont Road. Andrick made contact with the subject, who had been distracted but was not intoxicated.

Nov. 15

Young received a complaint of an alarm activation at Ducktrap Condos. The complaint had been cleared by the security company as Young was en route to the location.

Young responded to a motor vehicle complaint of a vehicle operating erratically on Searsmont Road. The vehicle was later stopped and the driver warned for distraction and operation.

Nov. 16

Young is investigating a reported burglary on Belfast Road in which coins and cash were taken.

Nov. 17

Young received a complaint of a burglary attempt at a residence on Greenacre Road. Access to the residence was not gained and the complaint remains under investigation.

Young received an agency assist call from the Maine Coast Guard concerning a Mayday call for help in Lincolnville Harbor. It was later determined the call was unfounded and was placed by a juvenile.

Young responded to a welfare check request on Atlantic Highway. It was determined that the resident was fine.

Nov. 18

James Bernardo, 41, of Burnham was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker (over 90 days) by Officer Ryan Nickerson following a routine traffic detail on Moody Mountain Road.

Lyn Marx, 67, of Hope was issued a summons for speeding 27 mph in a 15 mph school zone by Nickerson on Hope Road while he was conducting after-school safety patrol.

Zachari Pease, 21, of Warren was stopped for an expired inspection sticker (over 30 days) by Nickerson while conducting a seat belt traffic detail on Atlantic Highway. As a result of the stop, Pease was summoned for the expired inspection sticker (over 30 days) and failure to provide proof of insurance. Following a routine driver’s license status check, Pease was subsequently arrested for operating after suspension and an outstanding warrant out of Lincoln County. The passenger and owner of the vehicle, David Haskell, 44, of Tenants Harbor was determined to have a suspended driver’s license. Following a consented search of the vehicle, Haskell was issued a civil summons for sale and use of drug paraphernalia. Pease was transported by Nickerson to Waldo County Corrections on the warrant. Haskell was later released.

Barbara Welch, 60, of Hancock was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker (over 12 months) by Nickerson on Atlantic Highway.

Amanda Fullington, 24, of Camden was issued a summons for failure to provide proof of insurance by Nickerson on Belfast Road. Fullington was issued a written warning for speed, which she was initially stopped for.

Nickerson issued six written warnings for moving violations and three written warnings for speed during traffic details conducted on Main Street, Belfast Road and Hope Road.

Nickerson responded to Hope Road for a complaint of suspicious activity and a vehicle parked at an unoccupied residence. The complaint was determined unfounded.

Nickerson responded to a motor vehicle complaint on High Street. No contact was made with the vehicle.

Nov. 19

Officer Brian Lunt conducted a traffic detail on Belfast and Camden Roads. Two written warnings were issued for defects and one for speed.

Young responded to a welfare check request on Beach Road. Young determined the resident to be away.

Young responded to a reported dispute between tenant and landlord on Beach Road. The complainant was advised the matter was civil and referred to district court.

Young, Andrick and Lunt conducted an evening safety checkpoint stop on Atlantic Highway as part of the 2010 November Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign. A total of 126 vehicles were stopped and five summonses were issued: Brian Francis, 30, of Northport, seat belt violation; Alexa Schweikert, 47, of Swanville, seat belt violation; Raymond Gardner, 63, of Ellsworth, seat belt violation; Nicole Pelletier, 35, of Rockland, seat belt violation; Robert Walters, 64, of Harpswell, inspection violation (over 120 days). Deputy Arthur Smith of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office assisted with traffic.

Nov. 20

Jacklyn Blemaster, 28, of Camden was issued a summons for failure to register vehicle (30-150 days) by Officer Merl Reed on Hope Road.

Kenneth Shatel, 50, of Morrill was issued a summons for speeding 46 mph in a 30 mph posted zone by Officer Reed on Hope Road.

Officer Reed investigated a reported theft complaint of split firewood being stolen from a residence on Atlantic Highway. Reed was able to identify who had taken the wood and the wood was being returned to the owner.

Joseph Bonney, 20, of Rockland was issued a summons for speeding 45 mph in a 25 mph zone by Reed on Main Street.

Reed issued six written warnings for speed and four non-moving violation warnings during traffic details on Hope Road, Belfast Road and Main Street.

Reed responded to a reported complaint of a suspicious person at a private residence on Beach Road. It was determined the person was a cemetery worker and the complaint was unfounded.

Nov. 21

Michael Gray, 29, of Rockport was issued a summons for a seat belt violation by Reed on Atlantic Highway.

Semonie Littlefield, 34, of Swanville was issued a summons for a seat belt violation by Reed on Atlantic Highway.

Jessica Porter, 33, of Belfast was issued a summons for speeding 41 mph in a 25 mph posted zone by Reed on Main Street.

Reed responded to a complaint of two missing juveniles on Greenacre Road who had not returned from a walk in the woods. The juveniles returned home as search efforts were being prepared.

Amanda Campbellton, 24, of Liberty was issued a summons for a seat belt violation on Atlantic Highway by Reed.

Robert Cochran, 32, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for a seat belt violation by Reed on Main Street.

Jacob Feener, 22, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for an inspection violation (no sticker) by Reed on Main Street.

John Degraff, 47, of Morrill was issued a summons for a sea tbelt violation by Reed on Main Street.

Robert Mercer, 50, of Stockton Springs was issued a summons for a seat belt by Reed on Main Street.

Reed issued two written warnings for speed during a traffic detail on Main Street.

Lincolnville Police responded to three animal control complaints during the reported activity period.