Middlebury Police Log: Middlebury Woman cited for alleged theft
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Emily McGrath, 32, of Middlebury for burglary, in connection with the alleged theft of cash from Carol’s Hungry Mind Café on Jan. 19.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Responded to a noise complaint in the Court Street area on Jan. 19.
• Investigated a trespassing complaint at Greg’s Meat Market on Jan. 19.
• Heard from a Ledgewood Court resident who on Jan. 20 alleged his juvenile son had stolen a bottle of wine from his home and sold it downtown earlier that day. The case remains under investigation.
• Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Seymour Street on Jan. 20.
• Were informed that someone had stolen gas from a Middlebury College van parked off Shannon Street on Jan. 20.
• Responded to a report of a drunken homeless man at the Ilsley Library on Jan. 20. Police said the man reported he would be staying at the Charter House that night, and he promised not to drink alcohol or smoke in the library.
• Assisted Bristol police with a report of a suicidal person in the Munsill Avenue area on Jan. 20.
• Investigated a theft in the Jayne Court area on Jan. 21.
• Assisted Vermont State Police with a crash off Route 7 in the Salisbury area on Jan. 21.
• Responded to a report of one Middlebury Union High School student threatening another student on campus on Jan. 21. Police said the issue was resolved at school level.
• Assisted a Middlebury Union Middle School student who had reported receiving an abusive message online on Jan. 21.
• Looked unsuccessfully for an impaired man who had reportedly been running down the middle of College Street on Jan. 21.
• Responded to a report of four juveniles who had allegedly thrown an egg at a teacher’s vehicle at Mary Hogan Elementary School and had been banging on the school windows while yelling and swearing at workers inside on Jan. 22. Police were unable to locate the juveniles, who had already left the area.
• Located a local individual on Jan. 22 who had not shown up for work in three days.
• Responded to report of a possible missing juvenile in the downtown area on Jan. 23. Police said the child returned home safely.
• Attempted to locate an erratic driver traveling on Route 7 North on Jan. 23.
• Cited Brandon Yandow, 18, of Salisbury for a criminal count of driving with a suspended license on Jan. 23.
• Received a report about someone allegedly intruding into a South Street residence on Jan. 23. Police said the homeowner reported nothing stolen, but believes the television was watched.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a medical call at Vermont Federal Credit Union on Washington Street on Jan. 23.
• Responded to a noise complaint from a Cross Street resident during the evening of Jan. 24. Police said the resident complained about a loud group of people outside his home.
• Responded to a report of an unruly woman at the Middlebury American Legion on Jan. 24. Police determined the woman had been in a fight with another woman. Authorities continue to investigate the matter.
• Assisted a local woman seeking help for an ongoing domestic situation on Jan. 24.
• Assisted the Middlebury Fire Department with traffic control for a chimney fire in the Route 7 South area on Jan. 24.
• Provided the Bristol Police Department with information on a suspect allegedly involved in a burglary on Jan. 24.
• Investigated vandalism to the bathroom of the warming hut at Middlebury’s recreation park on Jan. 25.
• Warned motorists who had parked their vehicles in a manner that blocked Seymour Street Extension on Jan. 25.
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