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

April 15

Matthew Bertram, 42, of Liberty, texting while operating.

Ronald W. Harford II, 46, of Belmont, operating and unregistered motor vehicle, no proof of insurance.

April 14

Raymond Russ, 70, of Orono, driving the wrong way on a one-way roadway, High Street.

Susan B. Merrill, 71, of Brooksville, expired registration.

Forrest W. Warren, 75, of Belfast, expired inspection sticker, no proof of insurance.

Laura J. Curtis, 66, of Union, no inspection sticker.

Alexander J. Hayes, 25, of Monroe, expired inspection sticker, no proof of insurance.

April 13

Brandi P. Nickerson, 34, of Prospect, no proof of insurance.

Bevelyn Z. Beatty, 27, of Glenburn, no inspection sticker, expired registration.

Jeffrey F. Goodall, 47, of Dixmont, alleged speed 44 mph in a 35 mph zone, Route 1.

Nicholas J. Labate, 29, of Greenbush, alleged speed 49 mph in a 35 mph zone, Route 1.

Raymond A. Stover, 32, of Belfast, arrested for violating conditions of release, terrorizing, attaching false plates, operating without a license, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, no proof of insurance, inspection sticker violation.

April 12

Joseph A. Littlefield, 21, of Morrill, arrested for burglary, criminal mischief, operating after suspension.

Joel W. Miller, 33, of Palermo, expired registration, expired inspection sticker.

Heather M. Boyer, 41, of Prospect, expired inspection sticker.

April 11

Olivia A. Kimball, 21, of Swanville, no proof of insurance.

Chase K. McIntire, 21, of Belfast, failure to stop at a red light.

Dana L. Swift, 60, of Searsport, inspection sticker violation.

April 9

Aaron T. Taylor, 51, of Searsmont, alleged speed 49 mph in a 35 mph zone.

April 8

Charles S. Hackett, 75, of Northport, expired inspection sticker.

April 3

Sam A. Tufts, 30, of Frankfort, no inspection sticker.

April 2

Stephen Cummings, 48, of Northport, arrested for operating under the influence (Swan Lake Avenue), falsifying criminal evidence, refusal to sign summons.

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.