MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a reported burglary at a South Pleasant Street residence on March 13. Police said the stolen items included a 0.22-caliber Ruger revolver and a 0.22-caliber Smith & Wesson handgun.
The investigation is ongoing.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Investigated a report of a domestic dispute between some juveniles at a Seminary Street residence on March 11. Police said the parties were separated and peace was restored to the household.
• Checked the welfare of a South Pleasant Street woman during the March 12 snowstorm. The woman was fine, according to police.
• Cited Robert R. Petty, 27, of Middlebury for retail theft after he allegedly stole some allergy medication from Kinney Drugs on Court Street on March 12.
• Assisted with traffic control on Elm Street as a tow truck freed a school bus that had become stuck in the snow on March 12.
• Assisted a local resident who had received some disturbing messages on her telephone answering machine on March 12.
• Provided traffic control as Vermont Agency of Transportation crews sanded Route 125 east of the Sand Hill bridge, where two tractor-trailer units had become stuck in the snow on March 12.
• Received a report that someone had stolen a car battery out of a vehicle while it was parked in a lot at South Village Green on March 14.
• Investigated a complaint on March 14 that a local resident had been the victim of a theft as a result of an Internet transaction.
• Took into protective custody a Counseling Service of Addison County client who had been under a warrant for an immediate examination on March 14. Police said the individual broke free of restraints in an Addison County Sheriff’s Department cruiser while en route to Rutland, and had to be re-restrained in Salisbury.
• Were informed of a vehicle-pedestrian accident at Old Chapel Road.
• Responded to numerous reports of motorists getting stuck in heavy snowfall throughout town on March 13.
• Took, to the Marble Valley Correctional Center, a homeless Middlebury man who was very drunk on March 15. Police said they measured the man’s blood-alcohol content at 0.281 percent. For the sake of comparison, the legal limit for driving is 0.08 percent.
• Responded to a noise complaint on Seymour Street Extension on March 15 and spoke to the residents about keeping the noise down. Everyone was cooperative and there were no further issues, police said.
• Were informed that someone had taken an inspection sticker from a vehicle parked at the Speedi-Lube on Route 7 South on March 15.
• Cited Cathy L. Fleming, 40, of Bristol for driving with a suspended license (criminal offense) on Ossie Road on March 15.
• Investigated a burglary off Airport Road, during which an unspecified amount of money was taken on March 16.
• Located a vehicle containing an unspecified amount of marijuana that was parked on College Street on March 16. Police continue to investigate the case.