Middlebury Polcie Log: EMTs help student at high school
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police assisted Middlebury Regional EMS in helping a young woman who had cut herself at Middlebury Union High School on March 31.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Responded, with Middlebury fire officials, to a report of a small fire in the old mill building at the Otter Creek falls on March 28.
• Checked on a report of a vehicle traveling quickly and erratically on Route 7 South (toward town) on March 29. Police did not encounter the vehicle.
• Assisted a local woman who on March 29 alleged that someone had set up a PayPal account in her name.
• Investigated a truancy complaint on behalf of MUHS on March 29.
• Received a report that someone had illegally entered a construction trailer off MacIntyre Lane in order to do some damage on March 29.
• Were informed that someone had smashed some windows out of a truck parked behind Bourdeau Bros. on March 29.
• Investigated a report of a possible drunk driver on Route 7 South on March 30. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
• Received a report that a window on a Seymour Street residence had been vandalized on March 30.
• Assisted a local woman who alleged on March 30 that she was being bullied by a neighbor.
• Were informed of a theft from Middlebury College campus on March 30.
• Turned over, to a family member, a drunken woman who was not wanted at a South Village Green apartment on March 30.
• Assisted a local person concerned about a possible phone scam on March 31.
• Responded to a report of an out-of-control student at MUHS on March 31.
• Responded to a report of the “odor of marijuana” emanating from a South Village Green apartment on April 1.
• Received a report about a man missing from the Benedict Lane area on April 1. Police said the man returned home a short time later.
• Separated a man and a woman who were arguing at the Mahady Courthouse on April 2.
• Investigated a trespassing complaint at a Valley View residence on April 2.
• Assisted Middlebury Short Stop officials in verifying the ID of a man seeking to buy alcohol at the Court Street Extension store on March 3.
• Responded to a report of a very loud vehicle traveling in the Valley View area on March 3.
• Investigated the alleged theft of a cell phone from a shopper at Shaw’s Supermarket on April 3. Police said the phone was found in the complainant’s shopping cart.
• Responded to a report of lights being on after-hours at the Gulf station/Dunkin Donuts on Court Street on March 4. Police said they checked with the store manager at opening time, who reported nothing was amiss.
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