Middlebury Police Log: Cops ask for information regarding break-in

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a reported burglary at a Halladay Road home on Monday, Nov. 24. Police said someone forced their way into the locked, unoccupied home and stole some unspecified items.
People with any information about the case are asked to call Middlebury police at 388-3191.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Responded to the Counseling Service of Addison County offices on Main Street on Nov. 24 after receiving a report about a client being angry with CSAC staff.
•  Responded to a dispute between some Cross Street neighbors on Nov. 24.
•  Investigated the reported violation of an abuse prevention order at a Jackson Lane residence on Nov. 24. Police said they filed no charges after investigating the case.
•  Served a no-trespass order on a Middlebury Union High School parent after he allegedly confronted a student on campus on Nov. 24.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with an overdosed patient on Route 7 South on Nov. 25.
•  Were informed of two thefts from Middlebury College campus on Nov. 25. A camera and clothing were among the stolen items, according to police.
•  Responded to a report of a woman nodding off in the drive-through of the McDonald’s restaurant, then driving off on Nov. 25.
•  Investigated an allegation of “abusive behavior” on a local school bus on Nov. 25. Police determined the incident had not unfolded as originally represented, and the matter will be handled by school administrators.
•  Warned a North Pleasant Street resident for playing loud music during the evening of Nov. 26.
•  Directed traffic on Route 7 North after several vehicles had slid off the road during the snowstorm on Nov. 26.
•  Responded to a reported domestic disturbance at a Court Street Extension home on Nov. 26. Police said the matter was resolved.
•  Investigated a fight that had broken out in the parking lot of the Jayne Court housing complex on Nov. 26.
•  Helped the drivers of several vehicles that had slipped off an icy North Branch Road on Nov. 28.
•  Assisted an Armory Lane resident who had received a scam e-mail on Nov. 29.
•  Assisted Vermont State Police with a traffic stop on Route 125 in Cornwall on Nov. 29.
•  Checked a Jackson Lane residence for a non-resident who had been squatting in some basement storage units on Nov. 29.
•  Assisted state police at the scene of a vehicle accident, with an injury, on Route 125 in Ripton on Nov. 29.
•  Contacted the owner of a dog that had been barking a lot in the Brookside Drive neighborhood on Nov. 29.
•  Took a drunken man into protective custody in the Main Street area on Nov. 29. Police turned the man over to a sober person.
•  Received a key ring on Dec. 1 that had been found on Quarry Road. Anyone who has lost such an item should call Middlebury police at 388-3191.
•  Investigated a report of gunshots being fired in the Wright Park area on Dec. 1. Turns out the noises were being made by steam being released at the AgriMark plant on Exchange Street.

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