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Law enforcement officials with the Searsport Police Department reported the following activity between April 28 and May 4.

April 23 (late entry)
Robert I. Porter, 26, of Belfast was summoned for operating after suspension.

April 28
Edward F. Perry, 58, of Stockton Springs was summoned for operating and possessing alcohol container on public way.

April 29
Kevin Jewell, 22, of Searsport, was arrested for violation of a protection order.

A man was involved in a single-vehicle rollover accident at about 2:30 p.m. after he steered to avoid a dog on North Searsport Road. Police said Brent Whitney, 55, of Belfast was driving his 1994 Mercury Sable north on North Searsport Road when a dog ran in front of his car. Whitney steered to avoid the dog and as a result rolled his vehicle. Whitney was not injured in the accident. Damage to his car is estimated at $3,000.

April 30
Christopher Hustus, 27, of Searsport was arrested on East Main Street for failing to stop at a stop sign, operating after suspension, and possession of a suspended license.

May 1
Eric S. Robertson, 22, of Searsport was arrested for domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing and criminal mischief. Police are continuing investigation of the case.

General news
Police were called to investigate an unattended death on Mt. Ephraim Road April 29.

Police investigated motor vehicle complaints for erratic operation on April 26 on East Main Street, April 30 on Mt. Ephraim Road, May 1 on East Main Street and May 2 on West Main Street.

Police conducted radar detail in a school zone on April 30.

In total, police responded to 49 calls for service.