Belfast Police blotter

Mar 06, 2018

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

March 5

Sarah A. Leclerc, 26, of Brooks, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, Walgreens, Belfast.

Margaret C. Riley, 53, of Belfast, no proof of insurance, expired registration.

Philip J. Dulude, 49, transient, arrested for criminal trespass, theft/shoplifting.

March 4

Jodi L. Gilbert, 43, of Brewer, inspection sticker violation.

Brian B. Wilson, 22, of Belfast, arrested for domestic violence assault, criminal trespass, operating under the influence on Waldo Avenue, inspection sticker violation.

Karen E. Araiza, 58, of Narberth, Pa., arrested for operating under the influence on High Street, failure to stop at a red light.

March 3

Roland G. Gervais, 63, of Winterport, arrested for operating under the influence (one prior conviction).

March 2

Nicole J. Hughes, 21, operating without a license, alleged speed 38 mph in a 15 mph school zone, Swan Lake Avenue.

Jennifer B. Carriere, 57, of Freedom, alleged speed 39 mph in a 15 mph school zone, Swan Lake Avenue.

March 1

Silas A. Roberts, 42, homeless, arrested for violating conditions of release.

Feb. 28

Silas A. Roberts, 42, of Belfast, domestic violence assault.

Feb. 26

Kenneth E. Flood, 48, of Belfast, arrested for operating under the influence on Belmont Avenue, operating with an expired license.

Christina M. Perkins, 25, of Belfast, unlawful possession of schedule W drugs, use of drug paraphernalia, footbridge parking lot.

Thomas A. Langille, 25, of Belfast, unlawful possession of schedule W drugs, use of drug paraphernalia, footbridge parking lot.

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.

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