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 Rockland Police Department responded to and reported the following calls from Sept. 9 through Sept. 12.

Sept. 9

Officer William Smith responded to an overdose on Park Street.

Officer Smith responded to an animal welfare complaint on Rankin Street.

Officer Smith responded to an erratic vehicle complaint on Old County Road.

Officer James Jillson responded to a car crash on Broadway.

Officer Smith responded to a theft on Park Street.

Officer Smith responded to a car crash on Route 1 near the Rockport town line. There were no injuries.

Officer Andrew Redden responded to an animal complaint on New County Road.

Officer Redden responded to a protection from abuse violation complaint on Union Street.

Officer Redden responded to a threatening complaint on Talbot Avenue.

Officer Smith responded to an alcohol offense on Myrtle Street.

Sgt. Matthew Lindahl responded to an animal problem on Route 1 near the Thomaston town line.

Officer Redden responded to a harassment complaint at the Warren Street playground.

Sgt. Don Finnegan responded to a nuisance complaint at Wasgatt Field on Thomaston Street.

Officer Scott Solorzano responded to an animal noise complaint on Otis Street.

Helen Kennedy, 48, of St. George was charged with operating under the influence of drugs.

Sept. 10

Sgt. Lindahl responded to a car crash on Pleasant Street. Brian Corriveau, 23, of Rockland was driving and missed a turn and went into a ditch, according to police. He was seen a short time later running from police. He was subsequently arrested for operating under the influence. His 1994 Subaru Legacy had about $200 in damage. The incident occurred shortly after midnight.

Officer Smith responded to a fraud complaint at the Maine State Ferry terminal.

Officer Smith responded to a theft at South End Grocery.

Officer Jillson responded to an erratic vehicle complaint on Payne Avenue.

Officer Smith responded to an animal welfare complaint at the Hannaford parking lot.

Officer Andrew Crook responded to a trespassing complaint at the former MacDougal School.

Officer Crook responded to a car crash on Pacific Street. There were no injuries.

Officer Smith responded to a drug complaint at Hannaford.

Officer Crook responded to a nuisance complaint in the parking lot by Staples.

Officer Smith responded to an alcohol offense on Knott Street. Seven people were charged as a result of the investigation. Jake Balukas, 18, of Rockland was arrested for furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol. Amy Thompson, 18, of Rockland and five juveniles under 18 years old were issued a summons for possession of alcohol by a minor. Police responded to the incident shortly before midnight.

Officer Andrew Crook responded to an alcohol offense at the Time Out Pub.

Matthew Snow, 19, of South Thomaston was arrested for violating a condition of release.

Sept. 11

Officer Lloyd Daniels responded to a domestic complaint on Warren Street.

Officer Smith responded to a criminal mischief complaint at Oceanside High School East.

Sgt. Kenneth Smith responded to a fish and game complaint at Snow Marine Park off Mechanic Street.

Officer Smith responded to a disorderly complaint on Warren Street.

Officer Smith responded to a burglary on State Street.

Sgt. Smith responded to a theft complaint at Stella Maris.

Sept. 12

Officer Solorzano responded to a drug complaint at the Brunswick Rooms.