Law enforcement officials with the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following recent activity:

April 23

Todd M. Jackson, 35, of Belfast, operating after revocation.

April 26

William S. Stubbert, 61, of Waterville, operating without a license.

April 27

Nicole K. Endre, 20, of Steuben, was summoned for speeding for driving 59 mph in a 45 mph zone.

William Van Dorn, 19, of Winterport, violating conditions of release.

Traci Perry, 39, of Washington, theft and four counts of forgery.

April 28

Daymon Dodge, 19, of Troy, failure to provide license.

Belfast Police Officer Matthew Cook turned into a driveway on Anderson Street in Belfast to speak with a homeowner about a dog roaming at-large. When Cook left, he backed out of the driveway and as he turned his wheel to enter the street, he struck a utility pole that was situated at the edge of the driveway. Cook was not injured.

April 29

Kristin J. Brown, 42, of Lincolnville, operating under the influence.

William Conroy, 64, of Unity, was raveling along the Bangor Road in Troy just after 1 a.m. when a deer ran into the roadway. Conroy swerved to avoid hitting the animal, driving partially off the road. The deer ran into the passengers’ side of the vehicle, breaking the window and denting potions of the passengers’ side doors of the 2005 Ford. Neither Conroy nor his passenger, 60-year-old Marjorie Conroy, was hurt in the accident.

April 30

Melissa L. Melvin, 47, of Bucksport, operating after suspension.

Danesa Carson, 39, of Winterport, operating after suspension.

Brian Larrabee, 30, of Freedom, operating after habitual offender revocation.

Readers are reminded that 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 in court.