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 recent activity:

July 6

John R. Skillings Sr., 36, of Brewer was summoned for speeding (39 mph in a 25 mph zone).

Kevin D. Grass, 41, of Belfast was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines.

Barbara J. Gooby, 53, of Savannah, Ga., pulled into the parking lot of the Family Dollar Store on Main Street in a 2003 Toyota just before 1 p.m. Gooby then stopped, started to back up and turned around just as 62-year-old Nancy H. Foreman of Belfast was backing out of a parking space in a 2005 Saab. As Foreman pulled out, Gooby backed into the passenger side front door of the Saab with the passenger side rear bumper of the Toyota. No one was injured in the accident. Damage to the Toyota was estimated at $600, while the Saab sustained about $2,000 worth of damage.

July 7

Kristopher M. Russ, 29, of Belfast was arrested on charges of attempted burglary, two counts of burglary and two counts of theft.

Michael Nickerson, 54, of Belfast was summoned for marijuana cultivation.

July 8

Kristyn E. Wenz, 21, of Searsport was charged with failure to provide proof of insurance, imprudent speed, failure to maintain control of a vehicle and driving to endanger.

Trevor T. Miliano, 27, of Northport was summoned for carrying a concealed weapon.

John P. Kelley, 56, of Waldo was stopped at the stop sign at the end of the High Street on-ramp to Route 1 in a 1998 Chevy pickup at about 7 a.m. Meanwhile, 37-year-old Allison Piper of Northport drove up behind Kelley in a 2011 Volkswagen. Piper reportedly thought Kelley had started forward, and she rear-ended the pickup. No one was injured. Damage to the pickup was estimated at $700, while the Volkswagen had about $1,500 worth of damage.

July 9

Christian Chahalis, no age given, of Belfast was summoned for operating without a license.

Maragret P. Shalhoob, 58, of Bangor was headed west on Commercial Street in a 2003 Ford just as 58-year-old Margaret H. Jones of Belfast was backing out of a driveway in a 2004 Saab convertible. According to the police report, a parked car obscured Jones’ vision. Jones backed into the passenger side of Shalhoob’s vehicle as Shalhoob passed by the driveway. Belfast Ambulance and Rescue attendants responded to the scene to examine Shalhoob’s passenger, 21-year-old Emily Shalhoob, as she complained of pain in her neck after the accident. Damage to the Ford was estimated at $1,500, while the Saab sustained about $1,000 worth of damage.

July 10

Philip G. Knox, 29, of Belfast was charged with domestic violence terrorizing.