Belfast police blotter
Belfast — Law enforcement officials with the Belfast Police Department reported the following recent activity.
Lois McFarlin, 66 of Manssas, Va., operating with a suspended registration.
Monique Kandra, 53 of Bangor, was summoned for speeding for driving 54 mph in a 35 mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance.
Whitney Hodgdon, 26 of Stockton Springs, failure to provide proof of insurance.
Randi Gagne, 29 of Searsmont, was summoned for speeding for driving 63 mph in a 45 mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance.
William Taylor, 60 of Putney, Vt., was summoned for speeding for driving 64 mph in a 45 mph zone.
Jared Prisco, 22 of Swanville, was eastbound on Main Street in a 1999 GMC pickup. Allan Bunker, 32 of Swanville was following Prisco in a 2007 Nissan and according to the police report, Bunker was following Prisco too closely. Prisco stopped at the red light at the intersection of Main Street and Starrett Drive, and Bunker was unable to stop in time to avoid rear-ending Prisco's vehicle. Bunker later told police Prisco had stopped quickly because he was waving to a person outside the vehicle in the moments leading up to the accident. Neither of the men was hurt in the collision.
Concepta F. Jones, 38 of Swanville, was driving north on Swan Lake Avenue and was driving too fast of the slippery road conditions when she skidded off the road, slid sideways and came to rest on the roadside. At the scene Belfast Ambulance and Rescue Service treated Jones' passenger, a nine-year-old boy, as he was complaining of pain in his arms.
Alicia Kinney, 29 of Belfast, probation hold.
Teresa Taylor, 45 of Lincolnville, was traveling south on Lincolnville Avenue in a 2004 Chevrolet that was registered to Baldrock Builders in Lincolnville. Taylor was crossing straight through the intersection of U.S. Route 1 on a green light as 80-year-old Eugene Coombs of Troy was making a left turn onto US Route 1 from the south side of the intersection. Coombs also had a green light, but the police report stated he failed to yield the right-of-way to Taylor and he collided with Taylor in the intersection. Belfast Ambulance and Rescue responded to the scene and treated Taylor for complaint of pain in her head. A 10-year-old boy who was with Taylor at the time of the crash sustained no injury, and neither did Coombs. Ambulance attendants treated Coombs' passenger, 88-year-old Gladis Dodge, for a complaint of pain in her chest region.
Timothy Wry, 28 of Belfast, operating under the influence (with one prior conviction).
Jonathan Saball, 27 of Searsport, inspection sticker violation (none).
Robert Brennan, 61 of Brooklyn, NY, was summoned for speeding for driving 65 mph in a 45 mph zone.
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