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.

Rockland police responded to the following calls from Dec. 2 through Dec. 6.

Dec. 2

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a weapons offense at the Knox County Courthouse.

Officer Daniels responded to a domestic complaint on Grove Street.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a car crash at Granite Street near Broadway. There were no injuries.

Officer Daniels responded to a theft complaint on Lindsey Street.

Detective Sgt. Chris Young responded to a weapons offense on Maple Street.

Officer John Bagley responded to a car/deer crash on Route 17 near the veterinary office. Damage to the 2008 Saab four-door car driven by Walter G. Henderson, 67, of Thomaston was estimated at $3,000. Henderson was not injured. The deer died. The crash occurred at 7:40 p.m.

Matthew Hofacker, 36, of Rockland was arrested on a probation hold.

Dec. 3

Officer Andrew Redden responded to a trespassing complaint.

Officer William Smith responded to an animal problem on Lake Avenue.

Sgt. Smith responded to a juvenile problem at the skate park by the high school shortly before 3 p.m.

Blair Drinkwater, 28, of Rockland was arrested for operating under the influence.

Desiree Capizzano, 24, of Rockland was arrested for violating a condition of release.

Dec. 4

Officer Smith responded to a juvenile problem on Old County Road.

Officer Joseph Bates responded to a harassment complaint at the Trade Winds.

Officer Bates responded to a trespassing complaint on Mechanic Street.

Officer Bates responded to a car crash at Maverick and Birch streets. There were no injuries.

Nicholas Hughes, 24, of Appleton was arrested for operating under the influence.

Dec. 5

Officer Bates responded to a disorderly complaint at the Myrtle Street Tavern.

Officer Smith responded to a motor vehicle burglary on Admontem Avenue.

Officer Smith responded to a motor vehicle burglary on Admontem Avenue.

Sgt. Smith responded to an all-terrain vehicle problem on upper Cedar Street.

Officer Bates responded to a threatening complaint on Knox Street.

Adam Griffin, 27, of Owls Head was issued summonses for unnecessary noise and imprudent speed.

Dec. 6

Officer Joel Neal responded to a car crash on Route 17 near Chickawaukie Lake. There were no injuries.

Officer Bates responded to a domestic complaint behind Main Street.

Officer Daniels responded to a disorderly complaint on Admontem Avenue.

Officer Daniels responded to 35 violations of the city’s overnight parking ban on public streets across the city. The city’s overnight parking ban began Dec. 1 and runs through March 31. Vehicles are prohibited from parking along public streets or parking lots from 2 a.m. through 6 a.m. Vehicles will be ticketed and if they impede snow plowing or snow removal, they will be towed.