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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from June 6 to June 12.

June 6

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Mountain Street for a suspicious vehicle complaint. No violations were found.

Officer Curt Andrick responded to Union Street for a criminal mischief complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Andrick responded to Washington Street for an animal problem. The stray dog was taken to the shelter.

Officer Paul Spear responded to Washington Street for an animal bite complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Spear responded to Hosmer Pond Road with Camden Fire Department for a fire alarm.

Officer Spear responded to Ames Terrace for a nuisance complaint. The situation was resolved.

June 7

Officer John Tooley responded to Union Street for an abandoned vehicle complaint. The owner was contacted and the vehicle was moved.

Officer Tooley responded to Hope Road for a traffic hazard complaint. The situation was resolved.

Officer Tooley responded to Belfast Road for a traffic hazard complaint. No hazards were found.

Daniel Mello, 19, was issued a summons for speed.

June 8

Officer Tooley responded to Bay View Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Officer Tooley responded to Bay View Street for an animal welfare complaint. The situation was resolved.

Officer Tooley responded to Mechanic Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Officer Tooley responded to Belfast Road for an erratic vehicle complaint.

Officer Tooley responded to Union Street for a fraud complaint.

Officer Tooley responded to Washington Street for a well-being check. The officer was not able to locate the individual.

Officer Brook Hartshorn responded to Knowlton Street for a juvenile problem. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Weaver responded to Molyneaux Road for a suspicious complaint.

Officer Cody Laite responded to Main Street for a parking problem. The vehicles were moved.

June 9

Officer Hartshorn responded to Ames Terrace for a disorderly complaint. The situation was resolved.

Officer Tooley responded to Hope Road for a residential alarm.

Officer Hartshorn responded to Main Street for a trespassing complaint. The individuals left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

June 10

Officer Tooley responded to Mechanic Street for an animal problem. The dog was returned to its owner.

Officer Tooley responded to Bay View Street for an animal problem. The dog was returned to its owner.

Officer Tooley responded to Knowlton Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Tooley responded to Mountain Street for an animal welfare complaint. No violations were found.

Chief Randy Gagne, Lt. Michael Geary and Officer Tooley responded to Hope Road for a missing person complaint. The individual was located and further police involvement was not needed.

Officer Tooley responded to Beaucaire Avenue for a residential alarm.

Officer Tooley responded to Beaucaire Avenue for a residential alarm.

Officer Hartshorn responded to Washington Street for a harassment complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Megan Baver, 20, of Rockport was issued a summons for illegal possession of alcohol by a minor.

Maggie McGaw, 20, of Hope was issued a summons for illegal possession of alcohol by a minor.

June 11

Officer Laite responded to Bay View Street for a trespassing complaint. The individuals were warned for trespassing.

Officer Andrick responded to Elm Street for a theft complaint. A juvenile female, 16, of Lincolnville was issued a summons for theft.

Officer Andrick responded to Union Street for a theft complaint. The items were located and a theft had not occurred.

Officer Tooley responded to Eaton Avenue for an animal problem.

Alison Riefe-Turnbull, 49, of Hope was issued a summons for dog at large.

June 12

Officer Andrick responded to Bay View Street to investigate a 911 hang-up.

Officer Andrick responded to Main Street for a two-vehicle crash with no injuries.

Officer Andrick responded to Knowlton Street to investigate a 911 hang-up.

Officer Spear responded to Union Street for a well-being check. The individual was located and did not require further assistance.

Officer Spear responded to Rawson Avenue for a harassment complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Darren McFarland, 30, of St. Albans was issued a summons for failure to register a motor vehicle.