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Posted January 2, 2010 An arrest or summons does not represent a finding of guilt.

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    January 2, 2010

    An arrest or summons does not represent a finding of guilt. An individual billed with a criminal offense is presumed innocent except and until eventually confirmed guilty at criminal proceedings. The Camden Law enforcement Division described the subsequent exercise from Dec. 22 to Dec. 28. Dec. 22 Officer Curt Andrick responded to Hosmer Pond Road for a automobile-deer accident. Andrick performed a radar detail on Knowlton Road. Andrick …

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    January 2, 2010

    An arrest or summons does not constitute a acquiring of guilt. An particular person billed with a crime is presumed harmless except if and until confirmed guilty at felony proceedings. The Rockport Police Office described the pursuing exercise from Dec. 16 to Dec. 29. Dec. 16 Adam Vogel, 39, of Monroe, failure to register car, 30 to 150 days earlier due. Dec. 18 Mathea K. Daunheimer, 41, of Thomaston, rushing …

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    January 1, 2010

    Fail to remember New Year’s resolutions, all those brief-lived excellent intentions that often get overlooked by mid-March. But in a quest to understand what citizens, youthful and aged, hope to see in 2010, a couple of VillageSoup reporters strike the streets for informal interviews. Just about absolutely everyone, minus a person reticent community servant, generously shared their standpoint on the new year. Some took a worldwide look at — world peace, a a lot more …

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    January 1, 2010

    Yr 2009 came to a near Dec. 31, and with it, place towns observed the conclusion of some debates, these types of as the Maine Regulation Court’s conclusion on a proposed cell tower in Lincolnville. But other concerns and controversies were just getting began, such as how to condition a part of Rockland’s waterfront, and what to do with town-owned homes in Camden and Rockport. Meanwhile, the altering regional economic climate continues to …

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    January 1, 2010

    An arrest or summons does not constitute a obtaining of guilt. An specific charged with a criminal offense is presumed harmless unless of course and until eventually tested responsible at criminal proceedings. The Lincolnville Law enforcement Office reported the adhering to exercise for the week ending Dec. 28. Dec. 20 Officer Michael McFadden responded to an alarm activation at Lincolnville Central University. McFadden decided the building was …

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    December 31, 2009

    The first batch of snow was slipping in the Midcoast New Year’s Eve afternoon, building for very poor disorders.   Area law enforcement and ambulance crews were being responding to a range of vehicular incidents, such as a collision on Outdated County Highway in Rockport and a vehicle off Route 73 in Spruce Head. In Camden, the quit indicator at the intersection of Grove Road and Route 52 was flattened by a car, and general public performs crews in …

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    December 31, 2009

    A fireplace seriously destroyed a workshop on Vinalhaven Wednesday afternoon. There have been no accidents. The fireplace commenced around a wooden stove in the workshop at 15 Ingerson St. owned by Roger Hussey, said Vinalhaven Fireplace Chief Marc Candage. The fireplace office acquired the call soon right before 3 p.m. and when crews arrived there were flames taking pictures out the entrance of the 14-by-20-foot creating, the chief mentioned. The fireplace was …

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    December 31, 2009

    The Maine Lighthouse Museum needs to increase cash by changing the sidewalk in front of its 1 Park Drive sophisticated into a memorial walkway. The museum has despatched a letter to the Rockland Town Council inquiring authorization to swap the sidewalk with a 275-foot-long walkway consisting of 4-by-8-inch clay brick pavers. Every single brick could have 3 lines of inscription with up to 20 people for every line. Illustrations of the …

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    December 31, 2009

    The following situation was completed in Knox County Superior Court docket from Dec. 21 by Dec. 23. Christopher C. Portell, 32, of Portland, theft on Oct. 30, 2006, in Rockland, 75 days in jail, restitution of $5,450.

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    December 31, 2009

    The adhering to scenarios had been accomplished from Dec. 21 by means of Dec. 23 in 6th District Court in Rockland. Shawn G. Davis, 20, of Vinalhaven, functioning although license suspended or revoked, seven times in jail, one-calendar year license suspension, $600 great. Benjamin Neil Erskine, 29, of Brooks, operating car or truck with out license, $250 high-quality. Matthew R. Gerry, 19, of Thomaston, theft on Oct. 31 in Camden, $250 high-quality. Barry L. …