Camden Police reported the following activity May 6 to May 31:

May 6

David Hall, 27, of Rockport was arrested for operating under the influence by Officer Chris Hansen.

John Wight, 49, of Hope was arrested for criminal trespass and refusing to submit to arrest by Hansen.

May 11

Tracy Wind, 42, of Lincolnville was summoned for failure to register a motor vehicle by Officer Timothy Davis.

May 13

Duncan Dyre, 20, of Rockport was arrested for violation of conditions of release, criminal trespass and theft by deception by Hansen.

May 15

Robert Bickford, 53, of Lincolnville was summoned for failure to register motor vehicle by Officer Samuel Butler.

May 16

Christina Fornili Ganlin, 54, of Northport was summoned for speeding by S. Butler.

Angela Wheaton, 33, of Hope was summoned for speeding by S. Butler.

May 17

Christopher Hamilton, 38, of Searsport was summoned for an inspection violation and failure to produce insurance.

May 19

Annie Laurita, 56, of Hope was summoned for failure to stop for a police officer by Davis.

May 20

Abbie Leonard, 38, of Lincolnville was summoned for speeding by Davis.

May 21

Craig Rotman, 66, of Knox was summoned for an inspection violation by Davis.

May 22

William Drummond, 76, of Atlantic High, N.J. was summoned for theft by Davis.

Amy Ganley, 33, of Hope was summoned for speeding by S. Butler.

Grace Jameson, 22, of Camden was summoned for operating with a suspended registration and operating after suspension.

May 23

Jason Rawn, 43, of Lincolnville was summoned for failure to register a motor vehicle by S. Butler.

May 25

Jacob Levangie Thompson, 22, of Belfast was summoned for speeding by S. Butler.

Tara Wagner, 41, of Hope was summoned for failure to register motor vehicle by S. Butler.

Erik Nason, 47, of Knox was arrested for OUI by Davis.

May 27

Amanda Cleary, 23, of Camden was summoned for OUI/drugs and operating without a license by Davis.

May 30

Rufus Williams, 57, of Rockport was summoned for speeding by S. Butler.

May 31

Juvenile male, 16, of Camden was summoned for criminal threatening with a weapon by S. Butler.

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.