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Law enforcement officials with the Searsport Police Department reported the following recent activity:

Nov. 30

Gloria Smith, 74, of Searsport was headed east on the Back Searsport Road in a 2002 Mitsubishi Gallant just before 9:30 a.m. when she experienced what police described as a medical issue. Smith’s vehicle veered across the westbound side of the road and struck a clump of hardwood trees. Smith was taken by Searsport Ambulance to Waldo County General Hospital in Belfast to be treated for pain in her midsection.

Dec. 2

Anna H. Hepler, 42, of Portland was summoned for an inspection sticker violation.

Police are investigating a residential burglary that resulted in the theft of “a significant amount of cash” from the home, according to Searsport Police Chief Dick LaHaye. Officer Stuart Gillway is investigating the break-in this week, which was reported after the homeowners returned after being away for a few days. LaHaye said entry was gained when a door was kicked in.