An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless proven guilty at criminal proceedings.

Law enforcement officials with the Belfast Police Department reported the following activity:

May 3

Donna L. Rhodes, 50, of Belfast, was arrested on a warrant.

May 4

Randolph S. Philbrook, 55, of Belfast, was arrested on a charge of operating under the influence, leaving the scene of a personal-injury accident and carrying a concealed weapon.

May 5

Audrey A. Gallant, 56, of Buxton, was driving northbound on Route 1. As she passed the entrance to Admiral’s Ocean Inn, a 16-year-old female from Frankfort was stopped, waiting to turn a 2008 Ford into the driveway of the hotel. As Gallant swerved right to go around the Ford, the right side tires of Gallant’s vehicle landed in the soft shoulder. Gallant reportedly struck two mailboxes, over-corrected and drove across Route 1 into an embankment. The Ford reportedly sustained about $300 in damage and Gallant’s vehicle sustained an estimated $6,000 in damage. Belfast Ambulance and Rescue treated Gallant at the scene, who complained of pain in her arms.

Kevin D. Grass, 40, of Belfast, was arrested on a charge of violating conditions of release and summoned for possession of a suspended license and theft by unauthorized taking.

Mark E. Murphy, 44, of Palermo, was summoned for operating after suspension.

Christopher W. Cunningham, 23, of Belfast, was summoned for disorderly conduct and driving to endanger.

May 6

Miranda Cassidy, 34, of Belfast, was arrested on a charge of violating conditions of release and summoned for violating a protection order.

Tod W. Borleske, 54, of Manchester, N.H., was turning a 2010 three-axle bus registered to Concord Coach Lines of Concord, N.H. right out of the Dead River parking lot on Belmont Avenue. Sandra S. Wolcott, 68, of Belfast, reportedly pulled her 2003 Subaru next to the bus as the driver was turning. The vehicles collided, causing about $2,000 in damage to the Subaru and $500 to the bus. Neither driver, nor any of Borleske’s passengers, were reportedly injured.

Brandon Oxton, 38, of Belfast, was summoned for speeding 38 mph in a 25-mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance.

Mark D. Meierdirk, 37, of Unity, was arrested on a warrant.

May 7

Jennifer K. Ashmore, 38, of Lamoine, was summoned for speeding 59 mph in a 45-mph zone.

Nancy K. Seekins, 58, of Belfast, was summoned for speeding 49 mph in a 35-mph zone.

Jennifer L. Goodwin, 29, of Belfast, was summoned for an inspection sticker violation.

Dorrah Wagner, 62, of Winterport, was summoned for speeding 40 mph in a 25-mph zone.

May 8

Michael A. Dudley, 50, of Belfast, was driving a 2003 Pontiac north on Swan Lake Avenue and Lisa A. Littlefield, 31, of Searsport, was driving a 1990 Mercury behind Dudley. When Dudley stopped to turn left into a driveway, Littlefield reportedly struck the rear of Dudley’s vehicle. Littlefield told police that her children, who were in the back seat, distracted her. No one was reportedly injured; damage to the Pontiac was estimated at $500 and damage to the Mercury was estimated at $2,000. Littlefield was summoned for failure to maintain control of her vehicle.

Mark L. House, 25, of Belfast, was arrested on a charge of assault, and summoned for sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of a usable amount of marijuana.