Camden Police beat: Arrest warrants, keeping dangerous dog

Posted:  Tuesday, January 2, 2018 - 12:00pm
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CAMDEN — Camden police reported the following activity from Dec. 2-14. An arrest or summons does not apply guilt. A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

Dec. 2

Alisa Roberts, 49, of Bangor, was issued a summons by Officer Sam Butler for failure to produce insurance.

Taylor Mudge, 71, of Camden, was issued a summons by S. Butler for speed.

Dec. 3

John Moran, 44, of Northport, was issued a summons by Officer Wes Butler for failure to register vehicle and failure to provide insurance.

Elizabeth Fuller, 31, of Montville, was issued a summons by S. Butler for failure to register vehicle.

Dec. 5

Virginia Johns, 73, of Camden, was issued a summons by Officer Brook Hartshorn for passing a stopped school bus.

Donna Creamer, 62, of Warren, was issued a summons by Hartshorn for driving to endanger.

Dec. 9

Robin Tribou, 38, of Old Town, was arrested by Officer Chris Hansen for domestic violence assault.

Dec. 12

Vincent Kwiatkowski, 23, of Camden, was issued a summons by Animal Control Officer Mark Bennett for failure to register dog.

Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 54, of Camden, was issued a summons by Bennett for keeping a dangerous dog and dog at large.

Dec. 14

Senad Brkic, 42, of Camden, was arrested by Hartshorn for violation of protection order.

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