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Law enforcement officials with the Belfast Police Department reported the following activity April 12-19:

April 12

Michael J. Redding, 22, of Belfast, was summoned for burglary and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer.

Micheal H. Reynolds, 34, of Swanville, was arrested on warrants and on charges of possession of oxycodone and possession of a schedule W drug (Adderall).

Gayleen Noble, 42, of Belfast, was stopped at the stop sign of the off-ramp leaving Route 1 southbound in her 2006 Saturn as Audrey J. Williams, 63, of Freedom was driving her 2000 Toyota west on Main Street near the intersection of routes 1 and 3. According to the police report, Noble pulled out in front of Williams and the vehicles collided. Neither driver suffered serious injury. Noble was summoned for failure to yield on entering a public way. Damage to the Saturn was estimated at $2,500, and to the Toyota, $1,500.

April 13

No injuries were reported in a three-vehicle accident just before 2 p.m. near a construction site at the intersection of routes 137 and 7. According to the police report, a motorist driving east on Route 137 stopped to turn left onto Route 7 and drivers behind that vehicle stopped to allow the driver to turn. A 16-year-old female from Morrill reportedly stopped the 2001 Pontiac she was driving without incident. Luke Simmons, 18, of Morrill approached from behind in a 1997 Ford pickup. Simmons reportedly told police that he had narrowly avoided rear-ending the Pontiac when he was struck from behind by a 2001 Dodge pickup being operated by Logan Smith, 18, of Belfast. The impact of that collision, according to the accident report, pushed Simmons’ vehicle into the back of the Pontiac. Damage to the Pontiac and the Dodge were estimated at about $2,500 each. The Ford reportedly sustained about $1,000 worth of damage.

April 14

Carly R. Paradis, 27, of Swanville, was summoned for speeding 50 mph in a 35-mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance.

Luke E. Merrithew, 18, of Belfast, was summoned for speeding 64 mph in a 45-mph zone and for carrying passengers beyond interim license restrictions.

David Black, 61, of Belfast, was backing into a parking spot at the Belfast Transfer Station on Little River Drive when the rear passenger side bumper of his 2008 Dodge pickup scraped the side of a parked 1998 Mercury, registered to Mary Reynolds, 65, of Belfast. The Mercury was parked and unattended. According to the accident report, there were dents and scratches on the rear passenger side of the Mercury. Damage to the Mercury was estimated at about $1,000; the pickup sustained about $100 in damage.

April 15

Christoph J. Strehan, 55, of Blue Hill, was summoned for speeding 58 mph in a 35-mph zone.

April 16

Vincent P. Bryant, 38, of Belfast, was charged with assault.