Middlebury Police Log: Cops respond to screaming woman

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a report of a woman screaming and asking people for $500 near the Middlebury Short Stop on Court Street Extension on Dec. 5. Police said they found the woman at McDonald’s Restaurant and issued her a no-trespass order for the Short Stop property.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Received some unused prescription drugs for disposal on Dec. 1.
•  Investigated a report on Dec. 1 of bank fraud involving money withdrawn on a closed account through night deposits in which less money is actually deposited than the deposit slip says.
•  Investigated a report of a gunshot in the Seminary Street Extension area on Dec. 2. Police said a man was discharging a muzzle loader.
•  Received a report of an elderly person allegedly being threatened in the North Pleasant Street area on Dec. 2. Police said the matter is under investigation.
•  Served a temporary restraining order on a Jackson Lane man on Dec. 3.
•  Responded to a car versus coyote accident on Route 7 South on Dec. 3.
•  Responded to a car versus deer accident on Halladay Road on Dec. 3.
•  Investigated a report of a Middlebury Union High School student said to be out of control, shouting and swearing and refusing to comply with requests on Dec. 4. Police turned the student over to a parent.
•  Responded to a domestic dispute at a Court Street residence on Dec. 4.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a patient on Buttolph Drive on Dec. 4.
•  Investigated a car versus telephone pole accident on Exchange Street on Dec. 5. Police said no one was injured in the crash.
•  Responded to a report of a man selling meat out of the back of a New York-registered pick-up truck off Route 7 South on Dec. 5. Police could not find the vehicle.
•  Conducted a welfare check on a Court Street resident who was not at home to receive a meal delivery on Dec. 5. The resident was OK, police said.
•  Received a report on Dec. 5 about an MUHS student feared to be in crisis. Police said the issue is being addressed through the school.
•  Responded to an alleged domestic disturbance at a North Pleasant Street residence on Dec. 6. Police believe the dispute was verbal only.
•  Located a juvenile after his mother came to the police department to report that he was not where they had arranged to meet on Dec. 6. The juvenile was found safe and was turned over to his mother, police said.
•  Assisted a driver whose vehicle had slid off an icy North Branch Road on Dec. 6.
•  Investigated the theft of a Huskvarna chainsaw from a Cobble Road residence on Dec. 7.
•  Responded to a report of a domestic disturbance between a father and son at a Ledgewood Court residence on Dec. 7. Police helped resolve the issue.
•  Received a report of a man urinating in front of one of the Porter Medical Center buildings on Dec. 7. 

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