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Middlebury Police Log: MUHS student cited for endangerment

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on May 4 responded to allegations that a Middlebury Union High School student had stabbed another student using scissors, causing injury.
Middlebury police Sgt. Mike Christopher said the injury was minor and was treated on location by the school nurse. Police said they have issued the alleged aggressor a juvenile citation for reckless endangerment.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Investigated a report on May 2 of a Porter Hospital nurse allegedly being slapped by a patient. Police said they determined the incident didn’t meet the definition of an assault.
• Assisted a Cross Street resident who had been experiencing some mental health problems on May 3.
• Received a report that a girl had allegedly been assaulted by her boyfriend on the MUHS campus on May 4. Police continue to investigate the matter.
• Issued a juvenile citation on May 4 to a student at MUHS who had allegedly been using obscene language and behaving aggressively.
• Received a report about an alleged drunken driver leaving a Washington Street business on May 5. Police could not locate the driver.
• Received a report about an alleged junk ordinance violation at a Washington Street property on May 5.
• Were informed that a high school student had allegedly threatened a Mary Hogan Elementary School student while waiting at a bus stop on May 5. Police are investigating the matter.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS officials with a suspected drug overdose patient in the North Street area on May 5. Police said the patient was taken to Porter Hospital.
• Heard from a local woman who alleged having received a threatening phone call on May 5.
• Investigated a reported dispute between two tenants of the Blue Spruce Motel on May 5.
• Searched, in vain, for a reported drunken driver in the Exchange Street area on May 6.
• Assisted a woman at the Middlebury town green on May 6 who was trying to get help for her father, who was intoxicated.
• Assisted Two Brothers Tavern workers with some customers who had refused to leave the business when asked to on May 6.
• Responded to a report of a drunken, uncooperative Middlebury College student allegedly trying to jump out of the window of a campus building on May 7. Police said the student was taken to Porter Hospital.
• Investigated a report of people directing traffic on Quarry Road on May 7. Police arrived at the scene to find a loud party in progress. Police spoke to the tenants about the issue.
• Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Seminary Street Extension home on May 7.
• Received a report about a “suspicious person” approaching vehicles and offering money to make purchases at the McDonald’s Restaurant drive-through at The Centre shopping plaza on May 7.
• Responded to a noise complaint in the Washington Street area on May 8.
• Issued court diversion paperwork to a minor who used a fake ID card in an attempt to buy alcohol from a Court Street Extension store on May 8.
• Responded to a family fight at a Skyline Lane home on May 8. Police said a sister and brother were having an argument over personal property.
• Were informed that a dog was running loose at the intersection of Charles Avenue and Court Street on May 8. Police could not find the dog.
• Investigated a domestic dispute at a Seymour Street home on May 8. Police said both parties reported the dispute was only verbal and they agreed to stay away from each other.

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