Middlebury Police Log: Police investigate missing bee colonies

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on June 12 responded to the reported theft of two “bee colonies” from a property off Dow Farm Lane on June 12.
Police said the culprit(s) stole two of the boxes in which the bees live and make honey.
Investigation is ongoing.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Received a report that someone had knocked a window out of a vehicle parked off Bakery Lane on June 6.
• Investigated a possible computer-related crime at a North Pleasant Street home on June 6.
• Cited a local juvenile for violating a no-stalking order in the Jackson Lane area on June 6.
• Were informed of a person panhandling on Main Street on June 6.
• Assisted a Middlebury Union High School parent with an uncooperative son in the North Branch Road area on June 6.
• Were informed of the theft of a bike from the Old Chapel Road area of Middlebury College campus on June 7.
• Assisted Vermont State Police at the scene of a motor vehicle rollover at the intersection of Route 7 and River Road in New Haven on June 7.
• Responded to the scene of a car-versus-deer accident on Route 7 South on June 6.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS officials in responding to a medical emergency at a Monroe Street home on June 8.
• Served an extended stalking order on a local youth at Catamount Park on June 8.
• Cited Michael Paquette, 22, of Shoreham for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop at the intersection of South and South Main streets on June 8. Police said they measured Paquette’s blood-alcohol content at 0.108 percent; the legal limit for driving is 0.08.
• Provided forms and training on June 9 to officials at an Exchange Street business who were seeking to recover funds from bad checks they had received.
• Cited Clifford McDonald, 32, of Brooklyn, N.Y., for simple assault and disorderly conduct, following an incident at Two Brothers Tavern on June 10. Police said they turned McDonald over to a sober person and warned him not to return to the business for the rest of the weekend.
• Cited Rafael J. Comes, 19, and Natasha M. Sullivan, 20, both of Middlebury, for retail theft, after they were allegedly discovered stealing groceries from a Court Street Extension business on June 10.
• Received a report on June 10 about an MUHS student allegedly sending a “disturbing/threatening email” to some teachers.
• Investigated a disorderly conduct complaint in the Seymour Street area on June 11. Police said the matter allegedly involved some neighbors yelling at each other and showing the middle finger.
• Responded to two noise complaints on June 11, one relating to a group of intoxicated people on the porch of a Seymour Street home, the other involving loud music from a Middlebury College-sponsored concert off Methodist Lane.
• Received a report that a child had been bitten by a dog while attending a lacrosse event off Creek Road on June 11.
• Cited Matthew Menard, 52, of Lincoln, Mass., for driving under the influence following a traffic stop on South Main Street on June 11. Police said they measured Menard’s blood-alcohol content at 0.123 percent.
• Cited Kyle Desjardin, 31, of Vergennes for domestic assault following a reported domestic dispute at an East Main Street residence on June 12.

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