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.

Law enforcement officials with the Belfast Police Department reported the following activity between April 21 and April 27.

Be on the lookout for bull

Police are advising residents near Jesse Robbins Road to be on the lookout for a black bull that has been on the loose for about a month. The police, as well as the bull’s owner, are concerned that someone may run into it. Various attempts have been made to lure it in. The bull is less than 1 year old. Police said the owner will continue further attempts to lure it back to his property, but police may have to resort to killing the bull if all else fails.

Oh say, where’s that banner?

Police are asking for help locating a banner that was reported stolen from Belfast City Park in mid-April. According to Detective Bryan Cunningham, sometime between April 17 and April 18 a banner advertising the park’s Wednesday evening horseshoe pitching was taken. The banner is valued at $90. Police are asking anyone with information to call the department at 338-2420.

April 13 (late entry)

Stephen Morey, 28, of Waterville was summoned for operating without a license.

Sherry Runci, 30, of Belfast was summoned for negotiating a worthless instrument.

April 14 (late entry)
Casey Flagg, 26, of Belfast was summoned for carrying passengers beyond license restriction.

April 16 (late entry)
At about 4:30 p.m. Walter. E. Harding, 22, of Waldo was driving his 2002 Volkswagen four-door north on City Point Road and was making a left turn onto Head of the Tide Road when he struck the car of Curtis D. Hamilton, 27, of Searsport. Harding said he did not see Hamilton, who had been traveling south on City Point Road. The cars struck head-on. No one was injured. Damage to Harding’s car is estimated at $3,000, while damage to Hamilton’s 1997 Dodge four-door is estimated at $2,000.

April 22
Michael S. Boguen, 26, of Belfast was summoned for sale and use of drug paraphernalia.

April 23
Bruce E. Boege, 62, of Northport was summoned for an inspection sticker violation.

April 24
Tyler D. Malmstrom, 19, of Lincolnville was summoned for criminal mischief.

Robert F. Young, 53, of Swanville was summoned for speeding 64 mph in a 45 mph zone on Route 1.

April 25
About 6 p.m., Frederick H. Darrow, 69, of Rockport stopped for a pedestrian on Swan Lake Avenue. David R. Stillman, 45, of Belfast was driving his 1989 Volkswagen four-door behind Darrow’s 2006 Nissan pickup truck and did not see that the crosswalk light had been blinking nor that Darrow had stopped. Stillman stopped too late and crashed into Darrow’s car. Darrow’s passenger, a 69-year-old woman, was treated at the scene for cuts and abrasions. Damage to Darrow’s truck was estimated at $2,000 while damage to Stillman’s car was estimated at $5,000.

April 27
Christopher W. Cunningham, 22, of Belfast was summoned for suddenly reducing speed without signal.