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September 23rd, 2015
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a report of a Mary Hogan Elementary School student allegedly threatening staff with what police described as “an improvised weapon” on Sept. 16.
The issue will be resolved within the school with assistance from the Counseling Service of Addison County, according to police.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
BRISTOL — At 12:14 a.m. on July 4 Bristol police looked into a report of a man with a crowbar chasing cars on West Street near Airport Drive. Police said in a report of July activity that they just released that they found the man at a nearby home.
The man told the officer that he had been involved in an argument with another man earlier in the day and he thought the vehicle was that man returning. The suspect told police that he did not have a crowbar.
ADDISON COUNTY — In recent activity in Addison Superior Court, Criminal Division, the following took place:
Jeffrey Angolano, 45, of Johnson pleaded innocent to an Aug. 7 charge of careless or negligent driving, and was released with conditions.
Kara A. Barndollar, 24, of Miami, Fla., pleaded innocent to a July 7 charge of disorderly conduct-obstructing traffic, and was released with conditions.
NEW HAVEN — Vermont State Police Trooper and Monkton resident Kyle Young’s death on an unseasonably hot and humid Sept. 17 was accidental and the result of “exertional heat stroke” while he was participating in tryouts for the VSP’s Tactical Services Unit in Jericho last Thursday, according to a preliminary report issued Monday, Sept. 21, by Vermont’s Chief Medical Examiner.
MIDDLEBURY — The United Way of Addison County typically calls on people with extra resources to help bankroll its annual fund drive to aid local families who are less fortunate.
This year UWAC is getting a big assist from one of those less fortunate families as the organization seeks to raise $700,000 to help more than 2-dozen Addison County nonprofits that dispense food, clothing, counseling, transportation and other vital services to low-income residents.
MIDDLEBURY — Vermont Agency of Transportation officials on Sept. 16 mapped out a series of public meetings that they hope will culminate in approval of final plans for a $3.5 million runway renovation/expansion project at the Middlebury State Airport. The project is tentatively slated to begin during the spring of 2017.
ADDISON COUNTY — The success of one of Vermont’s most iconic crops — crisp Vermont apples and the acres of picturesque orchards that produce them — rests quite literally in the hands of workers from an island nation over 2,000 miles to the south.
NEW HAVEN/NEW YORK CITY — Like a lot of little girls in Addison County, Zoe Rabinowitz started studying dance at age five with longtime dance teacher Patty Smith.
Today the New Haven native is living the dream as a New York City-based dancer and choreographer about to set off on a tour of Jerusalem, Japan and Korea with Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre, a dance group that she co-founded 10 years ago and of which she is the associate artistic director.
Though dancing has allowed the 31-year-old to travel the world, she always remembers where she came from.