Middlebury Police Log: Domestic incidents give police a busy week
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a disorderly conduct complaint at the Addison County Courthouse on Feb. 7. Police said a foreign national inside the building had become upset with Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles officials.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Cited a 13-year-old juvenile for assault following an incident on Exchange Street on Feb. 4.
• Received a barking dog complaint in the Woodland Park area on Feb. 4.
• Responded to a prescription fraud case at a Court Street Extension pharmacy on Feb. 4. Police said the suspect had left when they arrived.
• Investigated three separate domestic disputes at residences on Woodbridge Lane and Court Street on Feb. 4. Police said all of the disputes were verbal in nature.
• Cited Ada Bean, 21, of New Haven for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop on Court Street Extension on Feb. 5.
• Assisted a homeless family on Merchants Row on Feb. 5.
• Assisted a Washington Street Extension resident who had received a harassing phone call on Feb. 5.
• Investigated a report of a missing juvenile from Mary Hogan Elementary School on Feb. 5. Turns out the child had gone to her parents’ workplace.
• Received a report of a Feb. 5 burglary at an Airport Road home at which some prescription drugs were reportedly stolen.
• Served a no-trespass notice on Feb. 5 on a person who was not wanted at the Blue Spruce Motel.
• Investigated a report of a Middlebury Union High School student receiving a threatening phone call on Feb. 6.
• Took a male in crisis to receive treatment at Porter Hospital on Feb. 6.
• Assisted Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Association officials with a drunken male patient on Feb. 7.
• Investigated reports of a suspicious vehicle on Hillcrest Road on Middlebury College campus on Feb. 7.
• Responded to an unlawful mischief complaint at MUHS cafeteria on Feb. 7. Police said a student had damaged a cafeteria chair.
• Investigated a report of a bus hitting a car on Court Street and then leaving the area without stopping on Feb. 7.
• Assisted Porter Medical Center officials with a former patient who had allegedly exhibited threatening behavior on Feb. 7.
• Responded to the Marble Works Pharmacy on Feb. 7 on a report of a man trying to fill an out-of-state prescription.
• Cited James Corkins, 43, of Bristol for possession of marijuana in the North Pleasant Street area on Feb. 7.
• Took a drunken local woman to receive detox services on Feb. 8.
• Got a tow truck for a motorist who had veered off Buttolph Drive on Feb. 8.
• Investigated a report of a drunken man in the Elm Street area on Feb. 8.
• Responded to a minor two-vehicle crash on Short Shannon Street on Feb. 8.
• Responded to a noise complaint at a Jayne Court residence on Feb. 8.
• Received a report of a possible drunken driver on Quarry Road on Feb. 9.
• Responded to a report of a drunken man on Munson Road on Feb. 9.
• Were informed of the theft of some gas from a Route 7 South business on Feb. 9.
• Were informed of a missing person in the Main Street area on Feb. 9. Police said the female was located as the search began.
• Responded to a family dispute at a Gorham Lane residence on Feb. 10.
• Were informed that an Airport Road resident had given a neighbor an obscene gesture on Feb. 10.
• Assisted a Weybridge resident with a malfunctioning fire alarm on Feb. 10.
• Responded to a noise disturbance in the Court Square area on Feb. 11.
• Served a no-trespass notice on Feb. 11 on a person not wanted at Mary Hogan Elementary School.
• Responded to a reported accident, with injuries, in the Painter Road area on Feb. 11.
• Investigated a noise complaint at a Seminary Street residence on Feb. 11. As a result, a female resident was taken to the Marble Valley Correctional Center as an incapacitated person.
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