Middlebury Police Log: Local teen cited for petit larceny

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Deven J. Corse-Terrier, 18, of Middlebury for petit larceny, after he allegedly stole some money from a relative at a Route 7 South residence on Jan. 8.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Assisted with a tractor-trailer that was stuck atop a frozen snow bank on South Village Green on Jan. 5.
•  Issued court diversion paperwork on Jan. 5 to a local juvenile for possession of marijuana. Police said one of the youth’s parents turned him in after allegedly finding marijuana in his backpack.
•  Cited Eric Quesnel, 40, of Middlebury for unlawful trespass on Jan. 5. Police said Quesnel was found at a Court Street apartment in violation of a no-trespass order.
•  Searched in vain for a vehicle that had allegedly been travelling erratically on Route 7 North on Jan. 6.
•  Assisted a local businessman who alleged that someone was falsely writing checks on his account on Jan. 6.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS staff in getting into a locked Buttolph Drive home on Jan. 7.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a suicidal woman on Court Street on Jan. 7.
•  Served a temporary restraining order on a Buttolph Drive resident on Jan. 7.
•  Interviewed a local resident who claimed on Jan. 7 that someone had used her identity to open a Comcast account. The report remains under investigation.
•  Assisted Rutland police with the victim of a shooting who was being treated at Porter Hospital on Jan. 7.
•  Cited a Middlebury Union High School juvenile student for possession of marijuana on the MUHS campus on Jan. 8.
•  Warned a Cross Street resident to stop slamming doors and playing loud music on Jan. 8.
•  Responded to a report of a loud party at a Weybridge Street home on Jan. 9.
•  Got help for a local, drunken man who had been reported as an unwanted person at a Route 7 South business on Jan. 9.
•  Responded to a report of a person yelling and banging on walls in a Court Street apartment on Jan. 10. Police interviewed the offender, who said he was “letting off steam” and agreed to be quiet.
•  Received information on Jan. 10 about a suspected underage drinking incident in the Seymour Street area. The matter remains under investigation.
•  Responded to complaints of harassing phone calls being exchanged by some local residents on Jan. 10. Police warned the residents to stop placing such calls.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a suicidal woman at a Route 7 North residence on Jan. 10.
•  Checked on a North Pleasant Street apartment under construction where a door had been left open on Jan. 10. Police said they found water running in the basement and notified a contractor.
•  Warned a pet owner not to leave a dog inside a vehicle that was parked on North Pleasant Street on a very cold Jan. 10.
•  Assisted Middlebury College Public Safety with a drunken student in the Adirondack View area on Jan. 10. Authorities ultimately turned the student turned over to rescue officials.
•  Arrested Michael Cordoba, 23, of Cornwall on an outstanding warrant on Jan. 11.
•  Quieted a loud party at a Seymour Street Extension residence on Jan. 11.
•  Cited Evan McArthur, 23, of Hopewell, N.J., for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop at the intersection of Morningside Drive and Weybridge Street on Jan. 11. Police said McArthur declined to submit to a breath test.
•  Responded, with Middlebury College Public Safety, to a noise complaint in the Shannon Street neighborhood on Jan. 12.

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