Middlebury Police Log: Fight at MUHS draws citations

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited two juvenile Middlebury Union High School students for disorderly conduct after they allegedly fought on campus on Sept. 27.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Responded to a report of a fight between four people on Court Street on Sept. 24. Police said there was no one there upon their arrival.
•  Were informed that a man had made threatening comments toward Middlebury College officials after being denied access to the campus on Sept. 24.
•  Responded to a family dispute at a Jackson Lane residence on Sept. 24.
•  Investigated a reported burglary at a Route 7 North residence on Sept. 24.
•  Assisted a local woman with a fraud complaint on Sept. 24. The woman told police she tried to sell a jacket on Craigslist and received a fake money order in return.
•  Were informed of the theft of a street sign from the Adirondack View neighborhood on Sept. 25.
•  Assisted a man who had been receiving annoying phone calls from a local woman on Sept. 26.
•  Received into evidence a vial containing a small amount of cocaine that was found off Route 7 North on Sept. 26.
•  Investigated a hit-and-run accident involving two vehicles on Mary Hogan Drive on Sept. 27.
•  Spoke to a local man who said someone placed some railroad spikes behind the rear tires of his vehicle off Feed Mill Lane on Sept. 28. Police said the man discovered the spikes before any damage occurred.
•  Met with a Middlebury College student whose vehicle had been spray painted while parked off South Street on Sept. 28.
•  Assisted the Middlebury Animal Hospital with a bad check for $71 on Sept. 28.
•  Responded to a reported fight between two men on the Hannaford Career Center property on Sept. 28.
•  Responded to a noise complaint at Mister Up’s Restaurant on Bakery Lane on Sept. 28. Police said it was a party, and the restaurant promised to turn down the music.
•  Investigated a reported fight between a man and a woman in the Valley View Drive area on Sept. 29. Police said the dispute was only verbal, but the pair had been drinking in violation of their court probation orders. Police said they will contact the individuals’ probation officers.
•  Served a no-trespass order on Sept. 29 on a person who was not wanted at the American Legion property on Boardman Street.
•  Investigated a report of a person trying to buy alcohol at Hannaford Supermarket using a fake identification card on Sept. 29.
•  Warned a man for violating the town’s open container ordinance in the parking lot behind the Ilsley Library on Sept. 30.
•  Took an emotionally distraught man to Porter Hospital to receive counseling on Oct. 1.

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