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Middlebury Police Log: Abuse case under investigation

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a suspected domestic violence case involving a woman that was being treated for injuries at Porter Hospital on Nov. 22.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Received a report that someone drove off from the Maplefields store on North Pleasant Street without paying for $50.44 in gas on Nov. 21.
•  Assisted Middlebury College Public Safety in evicting a non-student from campus on Nov. 21.
•  Connected a local man with a counselor at the Counseling Service of Addison County offices at Catamount Park on Nov. 22.
•  Ticketed a Middlebury Union High School student for being a minor in possession of tobacco on campus on Nov. 22.
•  Cited a local man for driving with a suspended license on North Pleasant Street on Nov. 22.
•  Responded to a report of a man allegedly shooting at a deer from his pickup truck off Morse Road on Nov. 23.
•  Investigated, with other emergency response officials, to a report of a downed utility pole that was on fire on Seminary Street Extension on Nov. 23.
•  Were informed of the alleged theft of an iPhone from a Kings Row home on Nov. 24.
•  Confiscated a can of beer from a vehicle occupied by two minors on Creek Road on Nov. 25.
•  Investigated a report of a man doing drugs in a vehicle parked in the driveway of a Case Street residence on Nov. 25. Police said they found three marijuana pipes and a silver spoon bearing white residue in the vehicle. Police said they are having the items tested for evidence of drugs.
•  Investigated a report of an untimely death at Merchants Row apartment on Nov. 25. Police said Michael J. Cravens, 39, was found deceased. Police do not suspect foul play in the incident.
•  Cited Patrick J. Eason, 30, of Bristol for two counts of prescription fraud and one count of attempted prescription fraud, following an investigation at Kinney Drugs on Court Street on Nov. 25.
•  Assisted a local woman who was receiving harassing phone calls on Nov. 25.
•  Investigated a break-in involving a vehicle parked near the Battell Woods trailhead off Seminary Street Extension on Nov. 26. Police said someone threw a rock through the windshield to get inside and steal a purse containing four credit cards and $82.
•  Arrested James Currie, 22, of Leicester on three outstanding warrants following an investigation behind the Ilsley Library off Bakery Lane on Nov. 26.
•  Responded to a noise complaint at a Cross Street residence on Nov. 26.
•  Were informed of a runaway youth from the Jackson Lane neighborhood on Nov. 26. Police said the youth was later located at her mother’s home in Highgate.
•  Located new signs of graffiti spray-painted on public property on Nov. 26. The graffiti included: A stick figure with “hey midd” on the Cross Street Bridge; the word “ginger” painted on a trash can, a smiley face on the pump station by the Otter Creek and a stick figure on a building, all at the Mill Street parking lot; the word “ginger” painted under the footbridge between the Marble Works and Frog Hollow; a stick figure with “ginger” painted on the Battell Bridge; and several rocks in the Marble Works painted with smiley faces and a message of, “play rugby.” Authorities located a spray paint can beneath the Cross Street Bridge.
•  Assisted a local woman on Nov. 27 who was receiving harassing posts on her Facebook page.

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