Police charged a New York woman June 18 with operating under the influence after an eyewitness reported her for acting strangely.

Jacquelyn M. O’Quinn, 62, of New York, N.Y., was arrested and charged with operating under the influence, refusing to submit to arrest or detention and operating after suspension. The charges were filed after police received a report that O’Quinn, who was at a store in Searsport, was making odd statements about someone wanting to harm her, Sgt. John Gibbs of Belfast Police Department said.

O’Quinn told a witness she was heading to Orland but proceeded to drive toward Belfast, Gibbs said, before she was was intercepted by Sgt. Dan Fitzpatrick shortly before 2 p.m. on Searsport Avenue. During the traffic stop, Fitzpatrick learned O’Quinn’s license was suspended in Maine.

Gibbs said that O’Quinn was uncooperative with police, which is why she was charged with refusing to submit to arrest or detention.

She is scheduled to appear in court in August.