Belfast police blotter
Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Belfast Police Department reported the following recent activity.
Anthony M. Littlefield, 32, of Belfast, leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
Anthony Jewett, 29, of Liberty, was in his parked 2004 Nissan in the Perry's Qwik Stop parking lot as Heidi Jackson, 34, of Belfast was backing out of a parking space and struck Jewett's vehicle. Jackson later told police she did not see Jewett's vehicle until it was to late to avoid the collision. No one was hurt.
Jordan Young, 20, of Belfast, failure to yield at a yield sign resulting in a collision.
John Cameron, 57, of Belfast was driving on Miller Street in a 2013 Chevrolet, following a 2009 Ford truck that was operated by 30-year-old Paul Andrews of Benton. The truck was registered to Unitel in Unity. As the two vehicles traveled Miller Street, they both stopped to allow a horse and buggy to pass by because the road is narrow and there were vehicles parked on the street side. Andrews had to back up to allow the buggy to pass by and backed into Cameron's vehicle. Andrews later told police he did not see Cameron's vehicle behind him, and Cameron stated he was unable to begin backing up quick enough to avoid the crash. No one was hurt. The driver of the horse and buggy was never located or identified, according to the report.
Daniel L. Beeton, 24, of Stockton Springs, was arrested on a warrant for unpaid fines.
Readers are reminded that 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.