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The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Aug. 22 to Aug. 27.

Aug. 22

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

Officer Andrick conducted a radar detail on Limerock Street.

Officer Andrick responded to Belfast Road for a traffic hazard. The officer was not able to locate a hazard.

Officer Andrick responded to Elm Street for an erratic vehicle complaint. The driver was warned for erratic operation.

Officer Andrick responded to Washington Street to assist a citizen with fingerprinting.

Officer Jeff Sukeforth responded to Elm Street for an animal problem.

Sgt. John Tooley responded to Route 52 for a suspicious person complaint. No violations were found.

Officer Paul Spear responded to Washington Street for a juvenile problem. The officer spoke with the complainant and further police involvement was not necessary.

Officer Spear responded to Marine Avenue for a suspicious vehicle complaint. The individual left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Aug. 23

Officer Spear responded to Belfast Road for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Officer Andrick responded to Central Street for a motor vehicle burglary. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Andrick responded to Union Street for an erratic vehicle complaint. The officer was not able to locate the vehicle.

Officer Spear responded to Bay View Street for a criminal mischief complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Spear responded to Bay View Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Aug. 24

Officer Spear responded to Bay View Street for a nuisance complaint. The situation was resolved.

Officer Andrick responded to Elm Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Officer Sukeforth responded to Chestnut Street for an animal problem. The dog was returned to its owner.

Officer Spear responded to Washington Street to assist a citizen with fingerprinting.

Officer Spear responded to Mechanic Street to assist the Knox County Sheriff’s Office with locating an individual.

Aug. 25

Officer Andrick responded to Belmont Avenue for a motor vehicle theft. The vehicle was located and further action was not required.

Officer Andrick responded to Belfast Road for a traffic hazard complaint. The officer was not able to locate a hazard.

Officer Andrick responded to Elm Street for a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

Officer Andrick responded to Mechanic Street with Camden Fire Department for a fire alarm.

Officer Spear responded to Belfast Road for a disturbance. The officer spoke with the parties involved and no violations were found.

Aug. 26

Officer Allen Weaver responded to Union Street for an animal problem. The officer was not able to locate the loose dog.

Officer Weaver responded to Howe Hill Road for a residential alarm.

Officer Weaver responded to Bay View Street for a residential alarm.

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

Officer Weaver responded to Chestnut Street for an animal problem. The owner of the dog was warned for their actions.

Aug. 27

Officer Laite responded to Barnestown Road for a nuisance complaint. No violations were found.

Officer Laite responded to Thomas Street for a suspicious vehicle complaint. The individual left the area prior to the officer’s arrival.

Officer Weaver responded to High Street for a suspicious person complaint. The officer spoke with the individual and no violations were found.

Officer Weaver responded to High Street for a theft complaint. The incident is under investigation.

Officer Weaver responded to Elm Street with Camden First Aid for a medical call.

Officer Hartshorn responded to Atlantic Avenue for a well-being check. The officer spoke with the individual and assistance was given.

Officer Hartshorn responded to Main Street for a juvenile problem. The officer spoke with the parties involved and the situation was resolved.

Officer Laite responded to Hosmer Pond Road for a nuisance complaint. The situation was resolved.