Camden Police Blotter

Dec 10, 2019

CAMDEN — The Camden Police Department reported the following activity from Nov. 15 through Dec. 7:

Nov. 15

Norman Kehling, 61, of Swanville, was summoned for speeding, by Officer John Morgan.

Nov. 16

Robert Coffin, 57, of Cushing, was summoned for speeding, by J. Morgan.

Nov. 22

Sarah A. Johnston, 30, of Lincolnville, was summoned for speeding, by J. Morgan.

Nov. 24

Deborah D. Chatfield, 62, of Camden, was arrested for violating a condition of release, by Officer Wesley Butler.

Nov. 27

Jerry Poulin Jr., 53, of Camden, was charged with burglary and theft, by Detective Sergeant Curt Andrick.

Nov. 29

Jared Gilbert, 22, of Hope, was summoned for speeding, by Officer Samuel Butler.

Eric Ames, 56, of Warren, was summoned for failure to display current inspection and failure to produce insurance, by S. Butler.

Theresa Mastricolo, 45, of Camden, was summoned for operating after suspension, by S. Butler.

Nov. 30

Avery Heald, 24, of Lincolnville, was summoned for failure to produce insurance, by S. Butler.

Dec. 1

Max M. Bryant, 23, of Swanville, was summoned for failure to produce insurance, by J. Morgan.

Sarah S. Bush, 49, of Belmont, Mass., was summoned for speeding, by J. Morgan.

Megan E. Barton, 27, of Appleton, was summoned for violating a condition of release, by J. Morgan.

Jerry Poulin Jr., 53, of Camden was summoned for burglary and theft, by Detective Sergeant Curt Andrick.

Dec. 4

Connor R. Gould, 19, of Belfast, was summoned for failure to display inspection sticker, by Officer Mark Bennett Jr.

Dec. 6

Trevor Light, 21, of Windsor, was arrested for operating under the influence and operating beyond license restriction, by S. Butler.

Dec. 7

Linda Lewis-Amato, 62, of Hope, was summoned for speeding, by S. Butler.

Jesse Johnson-Roberts, 35, of Lincolnville, was summoned for failure to display current inspection, 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 some later criminal proceeding.

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