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

March 19

Dawn R. Light, 28, of Liberty was headed southbound in a 1998 Chevrolet and approaching Veterans Memorial Bridge when she became blinded by the sun and struck the curb and guardrail. Light complained of neck pain and her passenger, 24-year-old James Mason, sustained abrasions and bruising on his face. Belfast Ambulance and Rescue responded to treat Light and Mason, and police summoned Light for operating after suspension.

March 20

Linda E. Anderson, 55, of Hope was summoned for speeding for driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, according to police reports.

March 21

Harlan Pendleton, 74, of Belfast was summoned for improper passing, according to police reports.

Katie Lynn Matthews, 24, of Searsmont was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines, according to police reports.

Jeanine Gay, 80, of Belfast was backing her 2006 Subaru out of a parking space at the Family Dollar on Lincolnville Avenue and struck a parked 2005 Toyota that was registered to 57-year-old Jacqueline Crowley of Belfast, according to police reports. Gay was not injured in the collision.

March 22

Anthony A. St. Peter, 22, of Belfast was summoned for operating a motorcycle without a helmet during the first year of having a license, according to police reports.

March 23

Michael Patrick Kirby, 47, of Tampa, Fla., was arrested on a charge of operating under the influence, according to police.

Rodney A. Lesan, 20, of Searsmont was summoned for speeding for driving 59 mph in a 45 mph zone, according to police reports.

Joshua D. Cutler, 22, of Appleton was summoned for an inspection sticker violation and for operating on a Maine license that had been expired for greater than or equal to 90 days, according to police.

March 24

Jean B. Connolly, 50, of South Salem, N.Y., was summoned for speeding for driving 62 mph in a in a 45 mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance, according to police reports.

Dennis A. Sokol, 67, of Bridgeport, Conn., was summoned for speeding for driving 68 mph in a 45 mph zone and failure to provide proof of insurance, according to police.

March 26

Bryan D. Marr, 24, Belfast was charged with domestic violence assault, according to police reports.

Beth A. Arnold, 49, of Belfast was summoned for operating after suspension, according to police.

March 27

Becky L. Condon, 22, of Washington was summoned for theft, according to police reports.

James Ryan Witham, 31, of Belfast was arrested on charges of criminal mischief, domestic violence assault and criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, according to police.

March 28

Sara D. Johnstone, 27, of Belfast was summoned for operating after suspension and for an inspection sticker violation, according to police.

Alex D. Mansfield, 21, of of Belmont was arrested on a charge of operating under the influence, according to police reports.

Dawn Lear, 36, of Belmont was traveling along Belmont Avenue in a 1997 Nissan when she lost control due to road conditions, swerved into the westbound lane, according to police reports. The vehicle then rolled over, coming to rest in the ditch. Lear suffered a facial injury and her passenger, 37-year-old Valerie Riley, complained of back pain, according to police. Belfast Ambulance and Rescue personnel responded to the scene to treat both women for their injuries.

March 29

Elizabeth A. Daly, 29, of Hampden was summoned for failure to stop at a stop sign, according to police reports.

March 30

Craig M. Lane, 20, of Stockton Springs was summoned for speeding for driving 54 mph in a 35 mph zone and for failure to provide proof of insurance, according to police reports.

March 31

Joshua R. Miller, 40, of Belfast was summoned for operating after suspension, according to police.

April 1

Michael Marino, 44, of Belfast was backing out of a parking space at Hannaford’s in a 2004 Honda. Simultaneously, 54-year-old Margaret E. Brandon of Thomaston was backing her 2011 Toyota SUV out of another space and struck Marino’s vehicle, according to police reports. Marino said he was putting his car in drive when the accident occurred, and Brandon said she didn’t see Marino, according to police reports. No one was hurt.

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.