Belfast police blotter
Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Belfast Police Department reported the following recent activity:
Kyle Flannery, 29, of Northport was headed east on Belmont Avenue and went off the road due to the snow-covered road surface. Police stated in the accident report that Flannery was driving too fast for the road conditions. Flannery's 2000 GMC pickup continued off the road and came to rest after hitting a small tree. Flannery was reportedly bleeding as a result of injuries he sustained on his arms in the crash, but according to the accident report, Flannery was not transported to the hospital.
Michelle St. Claire, 21, of Northport, theft by unauthorized taking.
Bethany Wickham, 52, of Belfast, violating conditions of release.
Allan Cameron, 85, of Stockton Springs was headed northbound on Route 1 in a 2012 Chevrolet, but according to the accident report Cameron was headed the wrong way in opposing traffic and failed to remain in the proper lane. Meanwhile 51-year-old Teri Mace of Prospect approached in a 2008 Ford and the two vehicles collided in a head-on sideswipe manner. Both vehicles were towed due to damage. No one was hurt.
Andrew J. Woeler, 35, of Belfast, operating after suspension.
Craig Reimer, 33, of Belfast, forgery, three counts of theft.
Keesie Theriault, 32, of Scarborough, assault, obstruction of government administration.
A 14-year-old juvenile male from possession of tobacco products by a minor.
Timothy Christiensen-Kirby, 43, of Roque Bluffs, driving while distracted.
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.