BELFAST — Dakota Raven, 26, took police on a chase from Belfast to Albion March 9. He was summoned for seven criminal offenses and received seven tickets related to the chase.

Belfast police officers tried to pull the Knox town resident over on Front Street when they noticed him driving recklessly around 7:30 p.m. last Wednesday, according to Interim Chief Dean Jackson. Officers saw him drive through a stop sign and into a boatyard. The vehicle did not have a registration on the back.

The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office and Maine State Police assisted in the chase and state police took over the chase at about the town of Knox, Jackson said. The chase ended in Albion when troopers used spikes to blow out Raven’s tires on Route 202.

Raven was summoned for seven criminal violations including eluding an officer, criminal speeding, displaying fictitious inspection sticker, driving to endanger, reckless conduct, attaching false license plates and operating after suspension.

He also received tickets for failure to signal before a turn, failure to maintain control of a motor vehicle, failure to stop at a stop sign, two counts of operating left of center lane and two counts of driving the wrong way down a one-way road.

Raven is still in the custody of the Belfast Police Department, Jackson said. There were no injuries reported and there was no damage to law enforcement equipment.