Middlebury Police Log: Police aid CSAC with suicidal woman

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded, with other emergency services officials, to the Twin Circles area on March 18 on a report of a drunken, suicidal woman.
Police said Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) officials spoke with the woman, who was ultimately taken to Porter Hospital for further evaluation.
In other recent action, Middlebury police:
• Searched in vain for a person who had allegedly been seen throwing unspecified objects off the Cross Street Bridge into the Otter Creek on March 14.
• Responded to a Water Street residence to help a person believed to have overdosed on March 14.
• Responded to a truancy complaint at Mary Hogan Elementary School on March 14.
• Responded to a report of a vagrant in the Porter Hospital Emergency Department lobby on March 15.
• Contacted CSAC to counsel a man who had allegedly been yelling, screaming and slamming doors at a Court Street apartment building on March 15.
• Were informed on March 15 that someone had stolen some loose change from an unlocked vehicle parked off Mead Lane.
• Helped CSAC officials with a vulnerable patient who was “being unsafe and refusing to return home” on March 16. Police helped the patient get home.
• Investigated a report of a vehicle traveling erratically at high speeds southbound on Route 7 on March 16. Police could not find such a vehicle.
• Were informed on March 16 of thefts from the Ross Dining Hall and Sunderland Hall on Middlebury College campus on March 16.
• Turned a drunken Middlebury College student over to campus public safety after he was allegedly seen urinating on town property off Main Street on March 17.
• Assisted a Lower Foote Street family with an unruly juvenile on March 17.
• Helped the Blue Spruce Motel on March 17 with a client who had stayed beyond the term for which she had paid.
• Assisted Porter Hospital Emergency Department officials with an unruly patient on March 17.
• Responded to Middlebury Union High School on March 17 on a report of a student refusing to comply with staff requests.
• Were alerted on March 17 to an MUHS student who had missed an excessive amount of school time.
• Received a report that a vehicle had been vandalized while parked off Route 7 North on March 18.
• Helped a local man, suffering from mental health issues, who had become lost while walking along Route 7 South on March 18.
• Stood by on March 18 while a local woman removed her belongings from the apartment she had been sharing with her estranged husband.
• Notified Middlebury Public Works officials about some large pieces of trash that had been dumped off North Branch Road on March 18.
• Were asked to be on the lookout for a missing, drunken Middlebury College student in the Main Street area on March 18. Police said the student was found a short time later in a campus dorm room.
• Took into protective custody a drunken woman found on Main Street on March 18. Police said the woman was taken to the Grace House in Rutland for detox services.
• Were informed that an underage Middlebury College student had used a fake ID in an attempt to get into Two Brothers Tavern on March 18.
• Were informed of the theft of a hubcap from a vehicle parked at the Jayne Court apartments on March 20.
• Received a report that a bike had been stolen from Middlebury College campus on March 20.
• Were informed of the theft of a silver-and-black Smith & Wesson 9mm semi-automatic handgun from an East Main Street home on March 20.
• Quieted a loud party at a Short Shannon Street residence on March 20.
• Investigated a report of two men allegedly using bolt cutters in an attempt to break into a storage unit off Exchange Street on March 20.
• Came upon a destroyed mailbox in the middle of Munger Street on March 20.
• Received a report about a man “possibly doing drugs” in the Valley View Drive area on March 20. Police could not locate such a man.
• Assisted a local woman who on March 20 reported receiving threatening text messages.

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