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

July 7

Christopher Corey, 22, of Searsport, assault.

July 11

Sara Johnstone, 27, of Belfast, unlawful possession of schedule Z drugs.

Sara Johnstone, 27, of Belfast, violations of conditions of release.

Toran Bragdon, 31, of Searsport, arrested on a warrant for unpaid fines and fees.

Marie Bragdon, 65, of Searsport, hindering apprehension or prosecution.

July 14

Janice Hambelton, 55, of Old Town, failure to provide proof of insurance, failure to register motor vehicle.

Ernest Farrar, 52, of Middleborough, Mass., summoned for speeding for driving 42 mph in a 25 mph zone.

July 17

Robin Lundynist, 25, of Bangor, inspection sticker violation.

Walter Garcia, 23, of Stonington, arrested on a warrant.

Walter Garcia, 23, of Stonington, operating after suspension.

Nicholaus Beaulieu, 28, of Belfast, no proof of insurance.

Sara Johnstone, 27, of Belfast, operating after suspension.

July 20

Emily Gilloti, 18, of Stockton Springs, driving to endanger.

July 22

Alexander Quinones, 23, of San Juan, Puerto Rico, summoned for speeding for driving 52 mph in a 35 mph zone.

July 23

Patricia Flynn, 50, of Portland, failure to register a vehicle greater than 30 days but less than 150 days.

July 26

Robert Johnson, 45, of Stockton Springs, operating under the influence.

July 28

Claire Oppenheim-Raffel, 50, of Portland, summoned for speeding for driving 50 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Police Chief Richard LaHaye Jr. noted there have been 290 calls for service in the month of July. That is the highest volume of calls he has seen since joining the department, he said.

Searsport Police are requesting residents and visitors adhere to parking restrictions around the community.

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 at criminal proceedings.