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.

Lincolnville police reported the following activity through Dec. 20:

Dec. 10

Luke Richardson, 46, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for speeding (49 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) by Chief Ron Young on Main Street.

Dec. 13

Young responded to a missing person complaint on High Street. A juvenile who had been reported missing and who was not at school was later located with friends.

A wildlife complaint was reported to Young from a North Cobbtown Road resident. The complaint was forwarded to the Maine Warden Service.

Dec. 15

Officer Brian Lunt conducted an agency assist for the Belfast Police Department regarding a fuel drive off. Lunt made contact with a Crowley Road resident who made arrangements to return and pay for the gas.

Lunt conducted a bail check on Sand Hill Road. No violations were reported.

Dec. 16

Young responded to Pattison Road for a public assist complaint of a person locked out of a running vehicle.

Dec. 18

Karen Dyer, 29, of Lincolnville, was arrested by Officer Merl Reed for violation of conditions of release and summoned for Class C felony possession of schedule W drugs following a routine bail check on Camden Road. Dyer was taken to Waldo County Corrections.

Dec. 19

A 17-year-old was summoned for illegal transportation of drugs by a minor following a routine traffic stop by Reed on Main Street.

Maxwell Twaddel, 18, of Camden was issued a summons for possession of a usable amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia by Reed.

Henry Haselton, 17, was issued a summons for speeding (40 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) by Reed on Main Street.

Reed conducted a detail bail check on Belfast Road. Negative contact was made with the subject.

Dec. 20

Zachary Fowler, 31, of Rockland was issued a summons for speeding (44 mph in a 25 mph posted zone) by Young on Main Street.