October 13th, 2016
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police are trying to track down some thieves who last week stole some high-profile signs off Court Street/Route 7 South.
On Tuesday, Oct. 4, police investigated the theft of a large Dunkin Donuts sign from the Court Street area. Then on Thursday, Oct. 6, police reported someone stole a “Courtyard by Marriott” sign from in front of the Rite Aid Pharmacy off Court Street Extension.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
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VERGENNES — Vergennes police on Oct. 5 cited a second man for the string of Sept. 25 break-ins into 13 vehicles on South Maple Street, Thomas Circle, Maple Manor and Booska Court, this time adding the crime of entering a garage.
Cited with petit larceny for the series of break-ins and the burglary was Chad M. Duval, 33, of Burlington.
In a case in which they worked with Vermont State Police, Vergennes police the week before had cited Christopher Holwager, 26, of Waltham for 13 counts of larceny for the 13 car break-ins.
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BRISTOL — At approximately 11:15 p.m. last Saturday, Bristol police again arrested Bristol resident Dale Alice Vanleuven, 55, and cited her for violating court-ordered conditions of release.
ADDISON COUNTY — In separate incidents in the past week, Vermont State Police say two Bristol men tried to outrun troopers but ended up being taken into custody.
The first took place on Oct. 5 at 6:45 p.m. when a trooper attempted to stop a vehicle driven by 23-year-old Andrew Malzac after observing a traffic violation. The vehicle failed to stop when signaled to do so on Lovers Lane in Bristol and continued on to Oak Lane, where it stopped at a residence.
MIDDLEBURY — The host Middlebury College football team defeated two-time defending NESCAC champion Amherst on Tuesday, 27-26, handing the Purple & White their first loss since October of 2013, a 21-game span.
The Panthers moved to 3-0, good for a three-way tie for first place in NESCAC with Trinity and Tufts; they will visit Williams (0-3) on Saturday. Amherst dropped to 2-1.