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

Dec. 9

Robert M. Heintz, 67, of Thorndike, arrested for operating under the influence.

Dec. 8

Elizabeth M. Joy, 31, of Waldo, failure to maintain control of a motor vehicle. Summons was issued after Joy crashed on Route 137. Police believe speed was a factor.

Constance M. Ethier, 48, arrested on a warrant for failure to appear in court, counsel fees.

Dec. 7

Theodore M. Lawrence, 24, of Brooks, operating a motor vehicle without a license, on Waldo Avenue.

Dec. 6

Justin T Jernigan, 27, of Belfast, domestic violence assault.

Dec. 4

Leslie A. Davio, 48, of Swanville, failure to notify owner of a property damage crash.

Dec. 2

Latosia Grainger, 27, of Belfast, operating without a license, on Route 1.

Dec. 1

Faith M. Stovall, 24, of Burnham, no proof of insurance.

Nov. 20

Ivan J. Korsund Jr., 72, of Belfast, operating without a license in violation of conditions or restrictions, inspection sticker violation.

Nov. 5

Darin T. Ross, 51, of Morris Plains, N.J., assault (two counts), terrorizing.

Ross allegedly confronted two shoppers and a clerk in the downtown store Epoch. Police received a call that a man was breaking things in the store and making threatening comments. "He said he put a curse on the customers in the store and they were all going to die," Belfast Sgt. Dan Fitzpatrick said, adding that Ross also allegedly made comments about witchcraft. Fitzpatrick said Ross and two of the shoppers own neighboring houses at Wonderview Properties, and Ross allegedly "blamed the people at Epoch for the troubles he has endured over the past year." After interviewing people at the store, including one who was crying and two others who were "shaking nervously," police issued a summons to Ross, Fitzpatrick said.

Sept. 11

Shawn D. Connors, 26, of Searsport, leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

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.