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 week ending Nov. 29:

Nov. 22

Gregory Curtis, 49, of Searsmont was issued a summons by Officer Curt Andrick for a seat belt violation on Camden Road.

Chief Ron Young conducted a traffic detail on Slab City Road. One written warning was issued for a defective seat belt.

Nov. 23

Sara Whitney, 27, of Rockport was issued a summons by Officer Brian Lunt for speeding 59 mph in a 45 mph posted zone on Youngtown Road.

Eileen Patrick, 26, of Hope was summoned by Lunt for speeding 44 mph in a 30 mph posted zone and for an inspection violation (no sticker) on Hope Road.

Samuel Mehorter, 54, of Belfast was issued a summons by Lunt for a seat belt violation on Atlantic Highway.

Lunt conducted traffic patrol on Main Street, Hope and Camden roads. Two written warnings were issued for speed and one for operation.

Young responded to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on Beach Road. After investigation, Young ruled the complaint unfounded.

Nov. 24

Samuel Mudge, 32, of Camden was issued a summons by Officer Ryan Nickerson for a seat belt violation on Belfast Road.

Lunt issued three written warnings for speed resulting from a traffic patrol on Belfast Road, Hope Road and Atlantic Highway.

Nickerson received a complaint of an erratic vehicle on Atlantic Highway. Negative contact was made with the vehicle.

Nov. 25

Anthony Soucy, 23, of Glenburn was summoned by Nickerson for an expired inspection sticker (over 90 days) and failure to provide proof of insurance on Atlantic Highway.

Cathy Small, 44, of Medway was issued a summons by Nickerson for a seat belt violation on Atlantic Highway.

John Sanford, 66, of Camden was summoned by Nickerson for speeding 44 mph in a 30 mph posted zone and failure to provide proof of insurance on Atlantic Highway.

Jennifer Bonin, 19, of Northport was summoned by Officer Merl Reed for a seat belt violation on Hope Road.

David Aho, 46, of Rockport was summoned by Reed for a seat belt violation by Reed on Hope Road.

Julio Santana, 28, of Lincolnville was stopped by Reed for a seat belt violation on Main Street. After a routine driver’s license check, Santana was summoned by Reed for operating after suspension. When Reed asked the male passenger in the car for identification he provided Reed with a false name. While Reed was obtaining information on the passenger, the male ran from the vehicle and fled into the woods.

Reed determined the passenger to be Eufemio Santana, 26, of Belfast, who was wanted for an outstanding warrant out of Hancock County for unpaid fines for drug possession. Young was notified and a search of the woods for the suspect was conducted by Reed, Young, Deputy Gerry Lincoln and Sgt. Jim Greeley of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office. Maine State Police Trooper Corey Smith responded with his search K-9, as well as Maine State Warden Mark Merrifield and two officers from Camden Police Department.

The K-9 was unable to track Santana. Santana was later found by Reed hiding in a child’s bedroom on the second story of the Lincolnville Village Apartments on Heal Road after Reed obtained information as to his whereabouts, then permission from the tenant to search the premises. Santana was subsequently arrested on the warrant and transported to Waldo County Jail.

Reed responded to a suspicious vehicle complaint on Meadow Lark Road. He determined the complaint unfounded.

Jamie Ames, 31, of Morrill was issued a summons by Reed for speeding 47 mph in a 25 mph posted zone on Main Street.

Reed issued two written warnings for inspection and two for speed while conducting traffic patrol on Main Street.

Nov. 28

Cecil Bryar, 30, of Waterville was issued a summons by Reed for speeding 42 mph in a 25 mph zone on Main Street.

James Oakes, 24, of Dover, N.H., was summoned by Reed for speeding 50 mph in a 30 mph posted zone on Atlantic Highway.

Glenn Reed, 63, of Lincolnville was summoned by Reed for a seat belt violation on Main Street.

Reed issued two written warnings for speed on Atlantic Highway and three written warnings for speed on Main Street while conducting stationary radar patrol.

Nov. 29

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

Andrick responded to a littering complaint on Moody Mountain Road to investigate several five-gallon buckets filled with substance that had been left beside the road. Anyone with information on who may have disposed of the debris can contact Young at 763-3555.

Young received a complaint of a mailbox being vandalized on Youngtown Road.

Lincolnville Police responded to one animal control complaint for the reported activity period.