A girl who recently received her intermediate driver’s license was summoned by Belfast Police after she allegedly hit a parked car in the parking lot of the McDonald’s restaurant on Belmont Avenue and failed to report the accident to police.

Belfast Police Chief Jeffrey Trafton said video surveillance confirms witness reports that at about 2:40 p.m. June 11, a 16-year-old Morrill girl, whose name is being withheld because of her age, hit a 2008 Lincoln four-door owned by McDonald’s owner Douglas G. Quagliaroli, 67, of Hampden as she tried to pull into the space adjacent to Quagliaroli’s car.

The girl had some trouble parking, Trafton said, and after she hit the car, she stepped out to inspect the damage. She even went inside the McDonald’s restaurant, Trafton said, but she did not report the accident to staff or to police.

Trafton said Belfast Area High School Principal Butch Arthurs was called in to view the video and to identify the girl, who is a student at the high school. After Arthurs identified the girl, police summoned her on June 15 and charged her with leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Police also summoned her for carrying a passenger beyond interim license restriction.

Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles prohibits newly licensed minors from carrying passengers who are not immediate family members, unless the driver is accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 20 years old, has had a driver’s license for the past two years, and is sitting in the seat beside the driver.

According to the BMV, if a driver with an intermediate license is found to have violated one of these rules, the license restrictions will be extended for 180 days, on top of the provisional 180-day period, before they will be allowed to receive an unrestricted license.

Police said no damage was done to the 1998 Oldsmobile SUV the teenager was driving. Damage to Quagliaroli’s car was estimated at $1,000.