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.

Maine State Police responded to and reported the following calls from July 19 through July 23.

July 19

Trooper Patrick Hood responded to an assault complaint on Summer Lane in Union. Greg Howland, 55, was summoned for assault and released.

July 21

Trooper Robert Cejka conducted a drug evaluation for the Rockland Police Department. Corwin A. Olds, 31, was driving in the opposite lane without lights on and struck parked cars. The evaluation reportedly determined Olds was impaired by a CNS depressant and a CNS stimulant and he was charged with operating under the influence.

Trooper Hood stopped Sarah Weed, 30, of Hope for a seat-belt violation on Route 17 in Union. An investigation revealed Weed’s license was under suspension for child support reasons. She was charged with criminal operating after suspension and then released from the scene.

July 23

Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock responded to an assault complaint on the River Road in St. George. No charges were filed.