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.

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office reported the following calls from May 29 through June 4.

May 29

Deputy Matt Elwell responded to a 911 hang-up call in Hope. Upon contact with the male caller, it was found that he was assaulted. The caller hung up after deciding he did not want to pursue the matter.

Deputy John Palmer began an investigation of theft on North Haven. The property in question was later located by Deputy John Hansen.

Lt. Kirk Guerrette conducted a traffic detail throughout the county. Ten vehicles were stopped with seven summonses issued for seat-belt violations.

Subsequent to a traffic stop in Rockland, Lt. Detective Reggie Walker arrested Bronson Simmons, 23, of Rockland on an outstanding arrest warrant. The subject was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

May 30

Deputies David Johnson, Mike Young and Lt. Walker responded to a report of a disorderly male in St. George. Upon arrival, it was found that the male in question fled the scene and was unable to be located. The caller did not wish to pursue charges.

Deputy John Hansen responded to a report of an all-terrain vehicle problem in St. George. The operator was previously issued a verbal warning; therefore, he was summonsed for the offense.

Deputy David Arsenault arrested Denise Senay, 48, of Cushing on an outstanding arrest warrant. The subject was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

Deputy Nathaniel Jack began an investigation of harassment in Owls Head. After speaking to all parties involved, the harasser was issued a warning.

Deputy Jack began an investigation of harassment in Rockland. After speaking to all subjects involved, the male harasser was issued a written notice.

Deputy Johnson responded to a request for a well-being check in Owls Head. Upon arrival, contact was made with the male subject in question who voluntarily went to Penobscot Bay Medical Center for an evaluation.

May 31

Deputy Elwell began an investigation of a motor vehicle burglary in St. George. This is still an active investigation with no suspects or leads at this time.

Deputies Moore and Arsenault began an investigation of threatening in Thomaston. Both parties were issued warnings for harassment.

Deputy Moore conducted a seat belt detail throughout the county. No violations were noted.

Sgt. Steve Burns arrested Melissa Severy, 31, of Richmond on an outstanding arrest warrant. The subject was taken to the Knox County Jail without incident.

June 1

Deputy Palmer conducted a seat belt detail throughout the county. One summons and two warnings were issued.

Deputy Arsenault arrested Shaun Borden, 33, of Rockport on an outstanding arrest warrant. The subject was incarcerated at the Knox County Jail at the time of the arrest.

Detective Don Murray began an investigation of theft in Friendship. This investigation has been cleared and deemed a civil matter.

Deputy Moore began an investigation of theft in Warren. This complaint was deemed unfounded and the complainant was issued a warning on harassment.

June 2

Deputy Palmer began an investigation of trespassing in Tenants Harbor. The trespasser was issued a written notice.

Deputy Elwell conducted a seat belt detail throughout the county. No violations were noted.

Deputy Moore began an investigation of theft in Warren. This case has been closed due to lack of cooperation from the complainant.

Deputy John Hansen began an investigation of harassment on North Haven. After speaking to both subjects involved, the male harasser was issued a written notice.

Deputy Elwell responded to a motor vehicle crash in Appleton involving a single vehicle striking a deer. Reportable damage was sustained.

Deputy Moore responded to assist Thomaston police at the scene of a disorderly. Upon arrival, it was found that the subjects in question were simply fixing a broken door.

June 3

Deputies Elwell and Moore responded to a report of an erratic vehicle in Warren. The vehicle and operator were later located in Rockland. The subject was lost and was assisted in finding his destination.

Lt. Walker assisted Thomaston police at the scene of a burglary in Thomaston.

Lt. Walker conducted a traffic detail in Warren. Three traffic related warnings were issued, along with three arrests.

Lt. Walker arrested Carrie Emerson, 33, of Friendship on an outstanding arrest warrant. The subject was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

Deputies Curt Andrick, Moore, Lt. Walker and Chief Tim Carroll responded to a report of a domestic in South Thomaston. Subsequent to this response, Dwayne Ames, 49, of South Thomaston was arrested on charges of domestic violence assault and a probation violation. The subject was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

June 4

Deputy Moore conducted a seat belt detail throughout the county. No violations were noted.

Deputies Jack and Palmer responded to assist Maine State Police Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock at the scene of a disorderly in Union. The parties were separated upon arrival.

Deputy Moore arrested Nathaniel Atwell, 30, of Rockland on an outstanding arrest warrant. The subject was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

In total this week, the Knox County Sheriff’s Office received 233 calls for service. Those calls that are not listed above are such calls as all-terrain vehicle problems, alarms, 911 hang-ups, along with nuisance, erratic vehicle and suspicious complaints.