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

May 11

Phillip Knox, 30, of Belfast, keeping a dangerous dog.

May 15

Russell Varney, 21, of Northport, failure to provide proof of insurance.

Robert E. Morgan, 44, of Rockport, failure to register a vehicle for between 30 and 150 days.

Dorothy Guindon, 37, of Monroe, was stopped in traffic on Route 1 facing southbound in a 2002 Dodge van. Heidi S. Norweg, 43, of Belfast, who was operating a 2003 Hyundai, told police traffic started ahead and then Guindon stopped. As a result Norweg struck the back of Guindon’s van. No one was injured.

May 17

Michael J. Rumney, 33, of Knox was traveling east on the Waterville Road in a 2006 GMC pickup just after 6 a.m. Rumney told police the sun was shining through the fog and he observed a small truck traveling very slowly in the same travel lane, heading in the opposite direction. Rumney swerved to avoid hitting the truck, lost control and left the road, striking an embankment and a guy wire. Rumney suffered minor injuries as a result of the accident.

Paula S. Quinn, 56, of Belfast was coming to a stop at the entrance of the cemetery on Main Street in a 2006 Saab. Quinn told police she was turning into the cemetery so she could let her dogs out to run around for a few minutes and that she was not sure if she activated her turn signal. Meanwhile Gill E. Golub, 62, of Morrill, was traveling behind Quinn in a 2003 Subaru, saw Quinn slowing down and stared to pass on the right. Golub told officers he thought Quinn was preparing to turn into the Quirk Ford dealership. Quinn started turning right and said she did not see Golub until she started her turn. The two vehicle collided, but no was injured in the accident. Both vehicles sustained scratches and dents.

May 18

Martha Stamp, 61, of Stockton Springs was headed north on Route 1 in a 2005 Chrysler just after 11 p.m. Simultaneously, 64-year-old Phyllis Goodine of Woodville was also heading north, traveling ahead of Stamp. Goodine reportedly stopped to make a left into the Belfast Harbor Inn, and Stamp was unable to stop in time to avoid hitting the rear of Goodine’s vehicle. No one was hurt, but Stamp was summoned for failure to provide proof of insurance.

David N. Berg, 66, of Searsport was summoned for speeding for driving 49 mph in a 35 mph zone.

May 20

Gloria J. Santamore, 71, of Belfast, failure to give notice of an accident by the quickest means, leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

Douglas Noble, 22, of Searsport was summoned for speeding for driving 60 mph in a 35 mph zone.

Gordon T. Condon, 86, of Belfast, stalking.

May 21

Cassandra R. Connor, 28, of Searsport was summoned for speeding for driving 41 mph in a 25 mph zone.

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.