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Middlebury Police Log: Robbery investigation continues

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police continued their investigation into a robbery at the Marble Works Pharmacy on Maple Street that took place shortly before 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 24.
As reported last week on addisonindependent.com, a young white male whose face was largely concealed by a hoodie, cap and sunglasses made off with an unspecified amount of prescription drugs after displaying a handgun to pharmacy officials. Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call Middlebury police at 388-3191.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Responded to a family dispute over a dog at a Seminary Street Extension residence on July 22.
•Were informed that some fuel had been stolen from some trucks parked off Feed Mill Lane during the evening of July 22.
•Were asked by a Main Street business to serve a no-trespass order on a man who had allegedly followed an employee on July 22.
•Recovered, with the aid of electronic mapping software, a stolen cell phone on July 23. Police traced the phone to a Duxbury residence.
•Investigated a burglary at a Cone Drive home on July 24. Police said the culprit(s) stole jewelry from the East Middlebury residence.
•Warned a man found sleeping on a couch in the Middlebury Teen Center inside the municipal building off College Street on July 24.
•Received a call about a potential drunk driver operating erratically on Elm Street on July 25. Police were unable to locate such a driver.
•Assisted a man who had received an unsolicited, obscene photo on his cell phone on July 25. Police have no leads as to who sent the image.
•Investigated a report of a partially broken window at Maplefields on North Pleasant Street on July 25.
•Were informed that Hannaford supermarket officials had confiscated a fake ID from a youth who had attempted to buy alcohol on July 26.
•Investigated a report of a “young child” driving a tractor on Route 7 South on July 26. Police could find no such person.
•Responded to a report of an unresponsive man at Middlebury College’s Davis Library during the evening of July 27. Police gave court diversion paperwork to the man for underage consumption of alcohol.
•Took into protective custody a drunken, 54-year-old local man who had been banging on a North Pleasant Street resident’s door on July 27. Police ultimately took the man to a Rutland detox center.
•Received a complaint about a man allegedly shouting from the North Pleasant Street sidewalk on July 27.
•Turned over, to a friend, an elderly, disoriented man who had just left the Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op on Washington Street on July 27.
•Assisted rescue officials in dealing with a woman who was having a seizure at a Court Street apartment on July 27.
•Warned a man and a woman seen drinking from an open beer container while walking along Main Street on July 27.
•Responded to a noise complaint at a Cross Street residence on July 28.
•Took, into protective custody, a very drunk woman who was in the Jayne Court area on July 28.
•Cautioned a Sugarwood Apartments neighbor not to yell at her neighbors’ children on July 28.
•Investigated a domestic dispute in the Charles Avenue area on July 28.
•Investigated reports of a suspicious vehicle driving slowly in the Porter Medical Center parking lot on July 28.
•Were informed that a minor had tried to buy alcohol at Hannaford supermarket using a fake identification card on July 28.
•Responded to a noise complaint at the Sugarwood Apartments on July 28.
•Assisted rescue officials in getting medical attention for a very drunk, 41-year-old woman on July 28.
•Assisted Porter Hospital with a disoriented patient found standing in the hospital’s parking lot on July 29.
•Responded to a family dispute at a South Village Green residence on July 29.

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