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

Aug. 8

Damien Saucier, 19, of Belfast, aggravated criminal mischief.

Jacob Denham, 21, of Belfast, aggravated criminal mischief.

William C. Hurley, 20, of Swanville, aggravated criminal mischief.

Kara Cookson, 26, of Frankfort, possession of schedule W drugs, violating conditions of release.

Aug. 11

Thomas Sullivan, 28, of Belfast, assault.

Aug. 14

Harold Kruger, 74, of Poughquag, N.Y. was parked in his 2010 Hyundai SUV on High Street. Phillip H, Kelley, 60, of Belfast, was pulling into a spot to the left of Kruger’s vehicle in a 2004 Dodge pickup. The passenger in the drivers’ side rear seat of Kruger’s vehicle did not see Kelley pulling into the space and opened the rear drivers’ side door. The door came into contact with the side of Kelley’s vehicle. Both drivers escaped injury, as did all of the passengers involved.

Catherine M. Eujon, 68, of Belfast had pulled into a parking space at Goodwill and backed up to readjust her 2003 Buick. In the meantime, Richard A. Berry, 59, of Belfast was backing out of a space across from Eujon’s car and was about to drive away in his 1999 Buick when Eujon backed into the passenger’s side of his vehicle. No one was hurt in the collision.

Aug. 16

Michael R. Earman, 58, of Elkton, Va., was headed north on Route 1 in a 1992 motor home. Simultaneously, 72-year-old Norman Colby of Belfast was coming off the Route 1 northbound ramp from Belmont Avenue in a 1997 Ford single unit truck registered to Stone’s Earthworks out of Frankfort. Colby, who was also towing a trailer, did not yield to Earman’s right-of-way and sideswiped the motor home with the trailer he was hauling. No one was injured, but police warned Colby for failure to yield the right-of-way, according to the accident report.

Aug. 17

Carrie S. Stone, 37, of Union, disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest, assault, criminal trespass.

Steven M. Palmer, 29, of Northport, violating a protection from abuse order, possession of a usable amount of marijuana.

Aug. 18

Sara D. Johnstone, 27, of Belfast, possession of schedule Z drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, violating conditions of release.

Charles Gilmore, 65, of Searsport was headed east on the Back Searsport Road in a 2012 Ford SUV just after 3 p.m. Meanwhile, 18-year-old Seth Roberts of Swanville was headed west in a 2004 Chevy pickup and was slowing to turn left onto a private road. According to the accident report, Roberts failed to yield to the right-of-way of Gilmore and the two vehicles struck in a head-on sideswipe manner. Roberts later told police he never saw Gilmore prior to the accident. Roberts and his passenger, 19-year-old Austin Hannington both escaped injury, but the Belfast Ambulance and Rescue Service responded to the scene to treat Gilmore, who was bleeding from wounds he sustained on his arms.

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.